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Kitchen Mat (Free Pattern)

Added: Saturday, December 12th 2009 at 2:44pm by nittineedles
 
 
 

Kitchen Mat

 

 

 

 

 

MATERIALS:  A - Green – 250g/9 oz worsted weight cotton

                                 yarn                 

                          B - Red/tan/white variegated – 200g/7 oz worsted

                                 weight cotton yarn

                          C - Red – 200g/7 oz worsted weight

                                 cotton yarn

                         1 circular 6.5mm/10.5 US needle                       

                          1 darning needle

                          1 - 5mm/H/8 US crochet hook

 

SIZE:  50cm X 74cm/ 20 in X 29 in

                        

TENSION:  20 sts & 26 rows with 6.5mm/10.5 US needles =

                     10 cm/4 inches 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

Working with yarn doubled:

With colour A cast on 60 stitches.

Bottom Border – Knit 12 rows.

*Keeping first and last 9 sts in colour A for side boarders – Knit 20 sts in colour B, knit 2 sts in colour A, knit 20 sts in colour C.

Continue knitting every row in colours stated for 30 rows.

Knit 4 rows in colour A.

Keeping first and last 9 sts in colour A for side boarders – Knit 20 sts in colour C, knit 2 sts in colour A, knit 20 sts in colour B.

Continue knitting every row in colours stated for 30 rows.*

Repeat from * to * once.

Knit 12 rows in colour A.

Cast off.

Darn in ends.

 

Optional:  Crochet single chain along the edges of the mat.

     

 

This pattern is for personal use only.  It is not to be used for profit.  Selling copies of this pattern or selling the finished product of this pattern is strictly prohibited without written permission of the copyright owner. 

 

Copyright © 2009 Nittineedles

 

User Comments

You do such good work!!  It is lovely.{#apploud.gif}{#apploud.gif}

Thank you.  It looks great in my red and green kitchen.

Did you use circular needles? How could you get something this large on straight ones?

Thank you.

Yes, I used a circular needle.

{#apploud.gif}well done!

Thanks.

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