Friday, June 29, 2012

Headband and Upcycled Hat Sale!

I'm having a RTS (Ready To Ship) sale over at my Facebook page.  Feel free to check it out!  I'm also offering Free Shipping in the US!  Yay!

Here are just a few of the cute little things for sale:




Another Great Treasury!

My blue pom pom blanket made it into this fabulous treasury!


'Earth and Sky' by Prairiecottagerose

Beautiful brown, blue and green from the Sheteam.


Cold Processed Mocha Mi...
$4.50

Wire Wrapped Ring - Ca...
$10.00

Needle Felted Play Mat ...
$32.00

Pom Pom Blanket - Bucke...
$23.00

Tree and Butterfly Card
$4.75

Medium Preppy Pinwheel ...
$3.49

You Are My Piece of For...
$70.00

Summer's Hat for Ba...
$18.00

Fabric Checkbook Cover ...
$20.00

green and brown magnets...
$10.00

thumbless baby mittens ...
$17.00

Bookmark Birthday Banne...
$5.00

Linen Market Tote, aqua...
$40.00

Breathe. Just Breathe. ...
$6.00

Mineral Eyeshadow Matte...
$4.00

Luscious Chocolate Mint...
$11.25

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

My Favorite Knit Wash Cloth - Free Pattern

I thought it was time that I share a free knitting pattern here on Jestti.  :)



If you haven't noticed by now, I love to knit.  One of my favorite projects is a simple wash cloth.  It is relatively quick and is easy enough for a beginner.  These wash cloths make wonderful gifts.  I've given away quite a few of them and some recipients use them as dish rags, some for bathing and some use them as pot holders.  They are versatile little goobers!



Here is the pattern:

You will need size 7 knitting needles and cotton yarn.  My favorite is Lily Sugar 'n Cream yarn - but feel free to use your favorite cotton worsted weight yarn.

Cast on 40 stitches.

Row 1:  Knit
Row 2:  Knit
Row 3:  Knit 2, *knit 1, purl 1; repeat from * across to last 2 stitches.  Knit those last two.
Row 4:  Knit 2, *knit 1, purl 1; repeat from * across to last 2 stitches.  Knit those last two.

Those first four rows are the basic pattern for this wash cloth.  Now just repeat rows 1-4 until your cloth is square.  It will be around 8 inches by 8 inches depending on how tight/lose of a knitter you are.  When you bind off, make sure you end on row 4 (bind off with row 4).



And that's it!  Enjoy!

Thursday, June 7, 2012

New Product Photos

I sure do love my job.  Knitting snuggly things for babies is so fun.  It's even better to see how photographers use those photo props that I make.  Here are a few of the latest ones.

A set of twins from Framed Photography.  These are just gorgeous!





And this picture is from Kelsey Kuns Photography - I absolutely adore this one!