tree frog pattern


Tree frog cloth
Copyright © June 2007
Designed by Amy-lynne Mitchell
Materials: 1 & 1/2 ball of green cotton
Size US 8 needles

co 63
row 1-5 knit across
row 6: k3 p57 k3
row 7: and all odd knit across
row 8: k3 p3 k3 p1 k10 p1 k4 p1 k4 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k9 p13 k3
row 10: k3 p2 k3 p2 k6 p1 k4 p1 k2 p2 k4 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k10 p12 k3
row 12: k3 p1 k4 p1 k5 p2 k3 p2 k1 p3 k3 p2 k3 p1 k3 p1 k11 p11 k3
row 14: k3 p1 k4 p1 k4 p3 k1 p2 k2 p3 k3 p2 k3 p1 k3 p2 k12 p10 k3
row 16: k3 p1 k8 p6 k8 p1 k3 p2 k3 p2 k10 p3 k1 p9 k3
row 18: k3 p2 k6 p5 k10 p1 k1 p2 k4 p2 k10 p2 k1 p2 k1 p8 k3
row 20: k3 p3 k3 p6 k1 p1 k2 p3 k4 p2 k5 p2 k11 p1 k3 p1 k1 p8 k3
row 22: k3 p11 k1 p1 k5 p1 k10 p2 k12 p1 k3 p1 k2 p7 k3
row 24: k3 p10 k1 p1 k5 p4 k6 p4 k5 p2 k5 p1 k2 p2 k1 p8 k3
row 26: k3 p9 k1 p1 k5 p1 k3 p3 k8 p1 k3 p1 k2 p1 k4 p1 k1 p2 k2 p1 k2 p5 k3
row 28: k3 p9 k6 p2 k5 p2 k7 p2 k2 p1 k2 p1 k4 p1 k1 p1 k3 p1 k2 p5 k3
row 30: k3 p7 k1 p2 k4 p4 k1 p1 k3 p11 k1 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k2 p5 k3
row 32: k3 p6 k7 p7 k13 p3 k3 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k2 p5 k3
row 34: k3 p6 k6 p2 k1 p1 k18 p1 k1 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k3 p1 k1 p1 k1 p4 k3
row 36: k3 p6 k5 p2 k21 p1 k1 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k2 p1 k1 p1 k3 p3 k3
row 38: k3 p6 k3 p2 k6 p1 k5 p6 k5 p1 k2 p1 k1 p4 k2 p1 k1 p2 k1 p1 k3 p3 k3
row 40: k3 p7 k9 p1 k11 p3 k3 p1 k2 p1 k2 p2 k3 p3 k1 p1 k5 p2 k3
row 42: k3 p16 k1 p7 k7 p2 k4 p2 k2 p1 k3 p2 k2 p1 k5 p2 k3
row 44: k3 p18 k5 p2 k4 p2 k2 p1 k1 p1 k2 p2 k8 p1 k7 p1 k3
row 46: k3 p19 k6 p2 k4 p2 k1 p1 k1 p1 k2 p1 k7 p2 k7 p1 k3
row 48: k3 p14 k19 p3 k1 p1 k9 p1 k8 p1 k3
row 50: k3 p13 k2 p7 k13 p4 k7 p2 k7 p2 k3
row 52: k3 p13 k7 p3 k13 p4 k6 p2 k7 p2 k3
row 54: k3 p13 k9 p2 k14 p3 k5 p4 k3 p4 k3
row 56: k3 p13 k10 p3 k15 p2 k2 p12 k3
row 58: k3 p14 k10 p3 k15 p15 k3
row 60: k3 p14 k12 p3 k10 p1 k2 p15 k3
row 62: k3 p18 k10 p3 k7 p2 k2 p15 k3
row 64: k3 p14 k4 p1 k11 p6 k1 p2 k3 p15 k3
row 66: k3 p13 k2 p1 k3 p1 k12 p5 k5 p15 k3
row 68: k3 p12 k2 p2 k4 p1 k20 p16 k3
row 70: k3 p12 k2 p2 k4 p1 k17 p19 k3
row 72: k3 p12 k2 p2 k4 p1 k16 p1 k3 p16 k3
row 74: k3 p13 k1 p1 k4 p1 k16 p1 k4 p16 k3
row 76: k3 p14 k4 p1 k17 p1 k2 p1 k1 p16 k3
row 78: k3 p26 k10 p1 k1 p2 k1 p16 k3
row 80: k3 p33 k3 p1 k1 p1 k2 p16 k3
row 82: k3 p35 k2 p1 k2 p17 k3
row 84: k3 p57 k3
row 85 - 90 knit across

knit bind off and weave in ends

25 comments:

Rhonda said...

ok.......you win......this is the cutest frog cloth ever! Great job and can't wait to get out my lime green cottontots and cast on! Thank you!

Aunt Kathy said...

I have a nephew that loves frogs and I was wondering what to make him for Christmas... I declare problem solved. This is great. Thanls for sharing the pattern.

I'll be looking for you on Ravelry as well, I am gimpykatk there.

Jan said...

great froggie!!! My neph will love it! Thank you for sharing.

amy-lynne......... said...

thank you so much for the nice comments...

Glynnes said...

I just love the frog! Perfect extra Christmas present for my granddaughter who collects them. Her dad got her and her brother each a frog and I have the aquarium with them here until Chrismas eve...now I have to get my needles going! Gerry in MD

Briley said...

You're the KPC pattern of the week! That's awesome, congratulations!

LDSVenus said...

This is such a wonderful frog!! I have a friend who is soooo crazy for frog things, I will have to knit this up for her kitchen. :)

Alison said...

Oh, that's wonderful!

--Alison Hyde at spindyeknit.com

judith said...

Thank you very much,judith

Sooticas Dream said...

Thats awesome!
I LOVE tree frogs so definetly going to make one.
Thanks for sharing the pattern :)

Anonymous said...

A very cute project which took a couple days to complete. Great for my aunt, who has a huge frog collection (porcelain, jewelry, rocks, photos, paintings, etc.), to which this will be added. Thanks! It was knit in pale green, and I hope she likes it! Pam

stat1206 said...

for row 7.. what do you mean by for all odd knit across?

-Samantha

amy-lynne......... said...

you will knit row 7
and all odd numbered rows you will knit
sorry for any confusion

stat1206 said...

Would there be anyway somoeone could help me with seperating the parts of the pattern where the toes and eyes of the frog are? Ive been doing trial and error with it for awhile... i want to change the colors of some parts :) for my mother in law (she has breast cancer and she loooves frogs and will love this so much!) Ty!!

amy-lynne......... said...

stat1206.. if you send me a private email to... frogiez01@yahoo.com with tree frog pattern in the subject line i will email you the chart i have for it... that may be of help you are looking for... thanks

Mistea said...

I came here from The House on the Side of the Hill.
I have just finished this froggy and he is too cute.

Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Very cute! Thanks.

amy-lynne......... said...

thanks

dragonswing said...

Oh my gosh!! How cute! I raise tree frogs every summer so I really like this.

Maggies Corner said...

Love this cute pattern! I see it uses 1 and 1/2 balls. Can you tell me how many yards is in a ball? ion

amy-lynne......... said...

Maggies Corner... lily sugar n cream cotton is what i used... there is 2.5 oz ... 120 yards on each... this was done on a US8 and was more like a placemat for a kid... i use mine as a washcloth as i like them larger than normal... hope that helps you...

Maggies Corner said...

THANK YOU!

amy-lynne......... said...

you're welcome... have a nice day/night

Anonymous said...

How big is it

amy-lynne......... said...

Anonymous... knitted with US8 it is roughly 12.5" x 10.5"... i have had others do it on a US4 and only takes 1 ball of cotton yarn... they stated that it was much smaller but no-one had posted a finished size on it though