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Old 08-28-2013, 07:54 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
I think place mats started this thread. I'm doing the pattern in this video Knitting Help - Linen Stitch and think it would make really great place mats. I cast on intending to make a dishcloth, decided that 5" wide wouldn't make a great size for one, decided it could be a coaster, but now I'm thinking I'll make long enough to fold and stitch up the sides for a Kindle cover. Both sides look nice IMO. It's amazingly flat. This piece doesn't have much stretch to it. I'm using size 8 needles and Peaches and Creme yarn, Sunshine and a blue w/o a label so I don't know what they call it. Larger needles would make it looser and somewhat stretchier I suppose and would be a good dishcloth.

I got the yarn for a circle cloth and it got hijacked for this.



Yeah, that's easy to do. Try making yourself do it sometime, you might be glad you did.
Very nice!

I did a search on ravelry.com for the Linen Stitch, I found this. Does it look like the Linen Stitch you used?

Scrappy Lengthwise Scarf
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