hero cloth...freebie

Hero Cloth

US Size 5 Needles

100% Cotton Yarn

Cast on 47 stitches

Rows 1-5: Knit

Row 6: K4, P39, K4

Row 7: Knit

Row 8: K4, P39, K4

Row 9: Knit

Row 10: K4, P39, K4

Row 11 and all odd rows: Knit

Row 12: K4, P19, K1, P19, K4

Row 14: K4, P18, K3, P18, K4

Row 16: K4, P17, K2, P1, K2, P17, K4

Row 18: K4, P16, K2, P3, K2, P16, K4

Row 20: K4, P15, K2, P5, K2, P15, K4

Row 22: K4, P14, K11, P14, K4

Row 24: K4, P13, K13, P13, K4

Row 26: K4, P12, K15, P12, K4

Row 28: K4, P11, K2, P1, K5, P5, K4, P11, K4

Row 30: K4, P10, K2, P12, K5, P10, K4

Row 32: K4, P9, K2, P2, K17, P9, K4

Row 34: K4, P8, K2, P1, K17, P1, K2, P8, K4

Row 36: K4, P7, K2, P1, K18, P2, K2, P7, K4

Row 38: K4, P6, K2, P1, K18, P4, K2, P6, K4

Row 40: K4, P5, K2, P2, K16, P7, K2, P5, K4

Row 42: K4, P4, K2, P3, K5, P19, K2, P4, K4

Row 44; K4, P5, K2, P2, K5, P10, K4, P4, K2, P5, K4,

Row 46: K4, P6, K2, P2, K5, P9, K4, P3, K2, P6, K4

Row 48: K4, P7, K2, P2, K15, P1, K1, P2, K2, P7, K4

Row 50: K4, P8, K2, P2, K13, P2, K4, P8, K4

Row 52: K4, P9, K21, P9, K4

Row 54: K4, P10, K19, P10, K4

Row 55: Knit

Row 56: K4, P39, K4

Row 57: Knit

Row 58: K4, P39, K4

Row 59: Knit

Row 60: K4, P39, K4

Rows 61-65: Knit

Bind off and weave in the ends.

20 comments:

Shirley said...

Hi Amy
My what a beautiful design, well done!! Thanks for posting it as a FREEBIE.
Hugs Shirley

Beth said...

Hi, there. I am a knitter and starting to become addicted to these cloths. I wanted to know how to chart a sock monkey. That's the one pattern I can't find. Please, let me know.

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

knitting cloths is very addictive.....i am not so sure on what a sock monkey is i am sorry...... i asked my son and he said maybe it is a sock puppet......if that is what it is then i would suggest that you go to

http://brileyknits.blogspot.com/

and check with him... he can help you in that area far more than i ever could........

if it is a picture type cloth i could try and help you if i had more details on what it looks like.....

i am sorry i couldn't help you more... have a great day :Þ

Lady MacGyver said...

Hi Amy

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!
You have made one Superman fan oh so very HAPPY. I have been looking for a pattern like this forever!
Good work and thanks again!!

Lady MacGyver said...

Hi Amy
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!
You have just made one Superman fanatic oh so VERY happy! I have been looking for this pattern forever!
Good work, and thanks again!
Sarah

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Michelle said...

Thank you for this pattern, so cute. I used it last night for a square in my 'Luke' blanket. Perfect for a little boy who needs a superhero right now!

Qtpies7 said...

Too adorable! I wonder if it would get the boys washing dishes happily? Not likely, lol.

judith said...

Thanks a lot,I have knitted with pleasure....

Anonymous said...

I love your patterns and how you have wrote them out instead of just putting a chart to follow. My children are fighting over who get the I love you blanket that I am making. Thanks Charlotte

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

you are welcome... 99% of what i have is a chart and written out...i started out by chart only and found it confusing at times so when i started designing i decided i would take the time to write them out too.... glad you are enjoying the patterns....
amy-lynne

Jennifer Lavender said...

This was the only free anything that I was able to find with this particular design on it. Of course, my husband wants it on a beanie, so I am having to adapt it just a bit, but I think it will work. Thank you so much for sharing this!

Anonymous said...

Great pattern. I knitted 4, 2 red and 2 blue. Sewn them together and backed with red cloth and made a great cushion for my son. He said where did you buy it from? Best compliment ever. Thanks PEA.

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

anonymous... that sound very cool.... glad he liked it... great job... thanks

Debbie said...

Thank you for the pattern. I'm going to try to make an afghan for my dear SIL who's a big Superman fan. I'm going to make it in one piece with maybe 4 or 5 squares across and 5 or 6 squares long. Has anyone tried this? Thought I'd ask before I do all the math. Thanks.

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

debbie,
sounds good... i have not seen or heard anyone doing that... if you need just the chart send me a private email at
frogiez01@yahoo.com
hero cloth in the subject line and i will email you the chart if you think that would help you...

unattendedbag said...

Thanks for sharing this fantastic design. It was the perfect gift for my own superhero. It was one my earlier projects and was very satisfying to work on. Thanks again!

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

hey... to the person who asked about the finished size... i monitor my post for spam and i accidentally hit delete instead of publish and there is no back-up system for retrieving deleted comments in blogger (boo :( ) sorry... i had to go look it up but on average 7 x 7 if you are a tight knitter it gets a lil bit smaller if loose knit a lil bigger... but most the comments from those made average 7 x 7 ... hope this helps and once again I'm so sorry... have a great night :)

Sarah said...

Hi There,
I saw your pattern and thought hummmmm i'd like to try this but with 3 colours, making the background blue, and then i also got yellow and red. Any tips on how to knit your amazing pattern tri-colour so the superman emblem is in red/yellow. Thank you in advance. Kindest regards, Sarah :-)

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

hey sarah... i honestly have no clue on how to do more than one color... if you are in ravelry you can check it out in there i know there have been several people who have done it in multiple colors.... i have tried i just can't get the hang of it, sorry i wish i could be more help... thanks and have a great day :) amy-lynne