anyone have any knitting patterns with this yarn other than dishcloths thanks:knitting:
There are some on the company's web site, http://www.elmore-pisgah.com/ .
Also check out the Lily Yarn web site http://www.sugarncream.com/ they make the Sugar 'n' Cream yarn which seems to be practically the same type of yarn, so I'm sure patterns for worsted weight from either site would work fine.
You could make a string bag or saturday market bag. I made this pattern and it would work with peaches n cream.http://tiajudy.com/stringbag.htm
I think the Saturday Market bag from knitty.com could be made also.
Baby Kimono (pattern from Mason Dixon Knitting book)
Baby Halter Top
Cotton Baby Sweater
Pinwheel Baby Blanket
Square Baby Blanket
More Baby Blankets
Elisa's Nest Tote
"Kitchen Sink" Bag
Mitred Square Rug (PDF file)
Various Bath Items
Various Kitchen Items
I used it for a tank top for myself .
I used it for a summer top too, and have plans to make another. For a top, use larger needles, size 10 or 10.5 so it won't be quite so heavy.
do you have a pattern you made your tank top with, using this yarn thank you so much:knitting:
I made a top from a pattern in Knitter's magazine. It's somewhat similar to the Chevron rib tank that's free on knittingdaily.com. There's a couple tank patterns made with this type of yarn on craftster.org in the Completed Projects forum. Search for cotton +tank.
thank you shandeh for doing that for me maggie
You're welcome! :hug:
I made Amigurumi cats and ears and working on other animals. They are very cute and easy to make.
The Mason Dixon Book has a great baby wrap sweater in it. I haven't made it yet, but it is on my someday soon list!