giddy-up

Giddy-up Cloth
Copyright © December 2007
Designed by : Amy-lynne Mitchell
Materials: 1 ball cotton
Size US 5 needles

CO 36- k -- this will be row 1
row 2: knit
row 3:
knit
row 4:
knit
row 5:
k2 p32 k2
row 6:
and all even knit across
row 7:
k2 p3 k5 p21 k2 p1 k2
row 9:
k2 p2 k7 p19 k3 p1 k2
row 11:
k2 p1 k8 p18 k4 p1 k2
row 13:
k2 p1 k9 p16 k5 p1 k2
row 15:
k2 p1 k10 p15 k5 p1 k2
row 17:
k2 p1 k12 p12 k6 p1 k2
row 19:
k2 p1 k14 p9 k7 p1 k2
row 21:
k2 p2 k17 p4 k8 p1 k2
row 23:
k2 p2 k18 p2 k9 p1 k2
row 25:
k2 p3 k28 p1 k2
row 27:
k2 p3 k28 p1 k2
row 29:
k2 p4 k27 p1 k2
row 31:
k2 p4 k27 p1 k2
row 33:
k2 p5 k26 p1 k2
row 35:
k2 p5 k26 p1 k2
row 37:
k2 p6 k25 p1 k2
row 39:
k2 p6 k6 p1 k18 p1 k2
row 41:
k2 p6 k6 p2 k17 p1 k2
row 43:
k2 p6 k25 p1 k2
row 45:
k2 p6 k25 p1 k2
row 47:
k2 p7 k24 p1 k2
row 49:
k2 p8 k23 p1 k2
row 51:
k2 p8 k23 p1 k2
row 53:
k2 p9 k22 p1 k2
row 55:
k2 p9 k20 p3 k2
row 57:
k2 p9 k16 p7 k2
row 59:
k2 p8 k4 p2 k4 p14 k2
row 61:
k2 p8 k3 p3 k3 p15 k2
row 63:
k2 p8 k2 p4 k2 p16 k2
row 65:
k2 p8 k1 p5 k1 p17 k2
row 67:
k2 p32 k2
row 68-71: knit across
row 72:
knit bind off and weave in ends

21 comments:

Tea said...

This is a very good pattern! Thanks so much for sharing it.
Snagging a copy...

Lil Knitter said...

Hey g/f...a surprise is waiting for you on my blog.
Hugs!

Shirley said...

Amy, one great design, mine is also done and I adore it, thank you for sharing.
Hugs
Shirley

~*~ Karen ~*~ said...

My friend loves horses, so I'm using your washcloth pattern to teach her. It's a lot more fun than just ribbing. Thanks for sharing!

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

you are most welcome... enjoy

jayaycee said...

Just wanted to thank you for the free Giddy-Up Cloth pattern. I used it as the inspiration for a baby blanket for a sweet friend having her first boy. They are doing a western theme for the baby and the horse's head was perfect.

I am posting the completed blanket on my blog on December 10, 2009; post entitled "A Little of Knit, A Little of That."

http://jayaycee.wordpress.com

Thanks again for the great pattern!

Amanda said...

thank you so much for sharing this pattern, i'm going to make it for my horse lovin' sis!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the pattern for the horse head I have a very dear friend and a daughter and granddaughter that loves horses they will love there cloths when I'm done again thank you

Heather said...

I love this pattern also and would love to use this to make a baby blanket for a friend, but I seem to be having a problem making it (sorry, I'm kinda new to knitting). In row 6 it says "and all even knit across", what do I do for that and all the other even rows? Do you just knit, or copy the row above it? Thank you for the help.

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

heather,
on row 6 and rows ending in 2,4,6,8,0... you knit the whole row, no pattern in that row... sorry for any confusion... if you need anything else you can leave a message for me in here or private email with pattern name in subject line to:
frogiez01@yahoo.com
thanks again... amy-lynne

Heather said...

Thank you sooo much Amy-lynne! It worked out perfectly!

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

you're so welcome heather... if you need anything else just holler at me... Ü

joanne2crows said...

I love it...nice easy fun and relaxing dishcloth to make. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern, I'm sure I will make many more and give them as gifts to my horse loving family and friends.. Makes us all so delighted!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the pattern. My sis is horse crazy and she will absolutely love it!

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

Anonymous, glad you found this for her. have a great day. :)

cdnbull said...

Really cute- thanks for sharing.,

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

you're welcome, glad you like it... :)

Anonymous said...

Amy, thank you for this beautiful crafted knitting pattern! I am going to gift this to my wonderful sister in-law. Jesus saves, Melody

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

Meldoy, thanks for the kind word... glad you found it... enjoy and have a great day :)

Tama said...

I love this pattern! I am thinking of a baby blanket with this as a border. Has anyone done this before.? Can you give me the measurement of the cloth after finishing?

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

Tama,
the pattern is roughly 8" x 10" on US5 it is a taller than wider cloth... there have been people who have knit it up in acrylic yarn (several pieces) and then attached them together to make a blanket, but from what i've found, no measurements of finished items. hope this helps. have a great day! :) amy-lynne