Ribbly Spa Set

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Ribbly Spa Set Pattern


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Knitting: Ribbly Spa Set
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitted Cast-On, Knit, Knit in the round, Purl, YO (Yarn Over), K2Tog (Knit 2 stitches together as one to decrease by 1 stitch), Bind-Off

Pattern Description:

Why Ribbly? Well, I just like the looks of corrugated anything, but the garter ridges look very manly. (They like to spoil themselves, too, you know.) This set would look great done in a camo colorway or darker colors - faded denim, maybe?

The pattern consists of instructions to make a Washcloth, Facial Scrubbie, Bath Scrubbie, and Bath Puffie. 4 ounces of cotton will make all 4 pieces with plenty left over for multiples of the Facial Scrubbies. (I made two of them and could probably have gotten a couple more from the leftover yarn...).

These are terrific sellers at Farmer's Markets, perfect to include in a gift basket for someone special, but really GREAT to spoil yourself.

Add some bubbles, a wonderfully scented soap (I prefer handmade soap or bath salts from my favorite soap maker on Facebook - let me know if you need the link - they're just yummy!), maybe a candle or two and a glass of wine and you're ready to treat yourself like royalty.


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  • US 8 and US 4 needles (straight or circular - with whichever you're most comfortable), US 10 - 16 inch circular needle, 4 oz. Kitchen cotton, Tapestry needle, Stitch marker, 3/8 inch satin ribbon, Fray-Check (optional, but recommended)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lily Sugar 'n' Cream

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About Designer

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I am a maker - of things. It doesn't really matter what as long as I can create something - a pair of earrings from beads found years ago in a little, out-of-the way shop or a scarf with some of that snazzy yarn I just couldn't resist, a pie or batch of cookies or a new recipe that needed to be tested.

A potter primarily, I also have this huge fascination for fibers - doesn't matter if it's ...

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