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Floral Bath Set

from faerwear designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Floral Bath Set
Floral Bath Set
Floral Bath Set
Floral Bath Set
Floral Bath Set

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • flat knitting
  • cable stitches and twists
  • basic lace knitting

Pattern Description:

Japanese Garden, which was a fave pattern on Craftsy, lives on in this set!

These three patterns are all "plant-based", and comprised of a beginner, intermediate and a more advanced pattern. Charts and basic written instructions provided.

Lotus is simple - knit and purl! But soooo groovy. Squash Blossom is a bit more involved, with a lovely lace/cable combo, and Japanese Garden involves a beautiful "bamboo" stitch pattern that will take you through lots of twists and cables.

These were originally designed for a specific KnitPicks yarn - the yarn, however, was discontinued, and their IDP program grew to such massive proportions I began offering these patterns elsewhere as well (per their agreement). ENJOY! Not your basic "washcloth", at all, these make an AMAZING gift with a great bar of soap :)


none necessary - you can block to an 8x8 square - if you knit loose, use US7 needles, and block UP to an 8x8 square if making a set so they all wind up the same size (and especially with Lotus, you'll want to use smaller needles).

These also look FANTASTIC in Hemp4Knitting's DK weight (i used US7 needles) and make a phenomenal gift when knit with this - really scrubby, really great pattern definition, and bundled with a great bar of all natural soap, looks all boutiquey :)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8x8


  • size US7 or US8 needles (straight or circular, your preference - you'll be knitting flat)
  • 100 - 300 yards of worsted weight cotton, hemp, or blend yarn (keep natural and absorbent in mind)
  • a few stitch markers
  • needle for weaving in ends

Suggested yarn:

300 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any sturdy cotton or hemp/hemp blend


any! use a plain, non-variegated yarn to show off the lace and cable patterns