Face Cloth S (L), flat Width across 9.375 (10)” / 23.8 (25.4) cm; Length 8.357 (8.75)” / 21.3 (222 cm
Soap Sac Flat One Size, Circumference (seamed) 7″ / 17.8 cm; Length 5.625″ / 14.3 cm
Bath Mitt Flat One Size, Circumference (seamed) 7″ / 17.8 cm; Length 9″ / 22.9 cm
Seed ITR 4 sts and 6 rows to 1″ / 2.54 cm and 16 sts and 24 rows to 4″ / 10 cm
US size 7[4.5mm]
Soap Sac Flat circular, dpns-optional
stitch markers, tapestry needle, locking pin marker, stitch holder or waste yarn, extra needle for flexible long-tail cast on
Cotton Supreme from Universal Yarns, 100% cotton, 100g / 180 yds (165 m), 1 skein Celery, 1 skein, Salmon
Cloth size S used approximately 18g / 32.5 yds (30 m); Cloth size L used approximately 24g / 43 yards (39.5 m)
Seeded Bath Set Test Knit
Seeded Bath Set Test kicks off on July 15!
This test is seasonally adjusted and uses cotton.
This Seeded Bath Set test is opening early (ahead of launch on July 15) because I want to find knitters that are just right for this project.
I am looking for some newer knitters along with all other levels for the Seeded Bath Set test. Do not be afraid to jump in!
The Seeded Bath Set pattern is designed to be a launching pad for the newer knitter who is ready to build their skills. To that end, this pattern is presented as a tutorial with plenty of details. More experienced knitters can work through the pattern instructions, while also learning techniques such as the flexible long-tail cast on.
Tell me what you skill level is — all levels are welcome here. I will provide feedback forms to help you share your suggestions on instruction clarity.
Updated Bath Set Pattern
I have completely updated this pattern! Not only did I make this pattern more detailed, I added Action charts, improved written instructions, and added graphics and photos.
Jill Wolcott Knits patterns are written using full sentences. I use tables to present most row-by-row instructions. The written instructions are mirrored in the Action charts, and in your knitting.
I cannot fit into the shoes of a beginning knitter, or even a knitter who doesn’t know everything that is going to happen in the pattern and knitting, so I am looking to test knitters to help me see the pattern through their eyes and experience.
Seeded Bath Set
I use these face cloths every day to wash my face. I found that the fan shape was the easiest to use. The face cloths are also great as baby wash cloths, as hostess or thank-you gifts, or can be used in the kitchen. The soap sac is perfect for the shower, but together with a face cloth, and a bar of soap, makes an excellent gift set. Add in the bath mitt and you have a spa set anyone is likely to enjoy. These items are sturdy, and useful, but also good looking. I love Cotton Supreme from Universal Yarn.
incR – Knitting Into the Stitch Below
Stitches on Stitch Holder
I-cord: the basics
Pick Up Stitches from Waste Yarn
Knitting Stitches Together
Purling Stitches Together
Knitting Stitches Together Through the Back Loops
inc: increase, increases, increasing
JSSBO or Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off
PU stitches: between edge and next st
k1-fbf (knit into front, back, front)