Friday, September 17, 2010

Triple Goddess Washcloth (Free Pattern+Chart)

Since the moon signifies female, or a Goddess, rather, the Triple Goddess symbol represents the three phases of a woman's life; Maiden, Mother, and Crone. Maiden being associated with the waxing moon, Mother with the full moon, and lastly, Crone being associated with the waning moon.



Using size US 7 needles and a medium weight yarn, this washcloth measures 10x10 inches. I have an endless amount of 100% cotton yarn, so I have been keeping myself busy with washcloths. I am never going to by cotton yarn ever again no matter how low the price is! Seriously, it's a bottomless pit.
Check out my other free pattern for a Triquetra Washcloth :)


CO 50

Rows 1-5: K50
Row 6: K3, P44, K3
Row 7: K50
Row 8: K3, P44, K3
Row 9: K50
Row 10: K3, P44, K3
Row 11: K50
Row 12: K3, P44, K3
Row 13: K50
Row 14: K3, P44, K3
Row 15: K50
Row 16: K3, P44, K3
Row 17: K50
Row 18: K3, P44, K3
Row 19: K50
Row 20: K3, P44, K3
Row 21: K50
Row 22: K3, P1, K5, P32, K5, P1, K3
Row 23: K5, P5, K11, P8, K11, P5, K5
Row 24: K3, P3, K5, P9, K10, P9, K5, P3, K3
Row 25: K7, P5, K7, P12, K7, P5, K7
Row 26: K3, P4, K6, P5, K14, P5, K6, P4, K3
Row 27: K8, P5, K4, P16, K4, P5, K8
Row 28: K3, P5, K6, P3, K16, P3, K6, P5, K3
Row 29: K9, P5, K2, P18, K2, P5, K9
Row 30: K3, P6, K6, P1, K18, P1, K6, P6, K3
Row 31: K9, P32, K9
Row 32: K3, P7, K30, P7, K3
Row 33: K10, P30, K10
Row 34: K3, P7, K30, P7, K3
Row 35: K10, P30, K10
Row 36: K3, P7, K30, P7, K3
Row 37: K10, P30, K10
Row 38: K3, P7, K30, P7, K3
Row 39: K10, P30, K10
Row 40: K3, P7, K30, P7, K3
Row 41: K9, P32, K9
Row 42: K3, P6, K6, P1, K18, P1, K6, P6, K3
Row 43: K9, P5, K2, P18, K2, P5, K9
Row 44: K3, P5, K6, P3, K16, P3, K6, P5, K3
Row 45: K8, P5, K4, P16, K4, P5, K8
Row 46: K3, P4, K6, P5, K14, P5, K6, P4, K3
Row 47: K7, P5, K7, P12, K7, P5, K7
Row 48: K3, P3, K5, P9, K10, P9, K5, P3, K3
Row 49: K5, P5, K11, P8, K11, P5, K5
Row 50: K3, P1, K5, P32, K5, P1, K3
Row 51: K50
Row 52: K3, P44, K3
Row 53: K50
Row 54: K3, P44, K3
Row 55: K50
Row 56: K3, P44, K3
Row 57: K50
Row 58: K3, P44, K3
Row 59: K50
Row 60: K3, P44, K3
Row 61: K50
Row 62: K3, P44, K3
Row 63: K50
Row 64: K3, P44, K3
Row 65-69: K50
Bind Off

15 comments:

  1. thank you very much. I am going to make a few of these up for friends! It is very pretty!

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  2. It is my pleasure. I love sharing my work with those who appreciate it :) If you have any suggestions for other pagan/wiccan symbols to make into a washcloth, feel free to leave a comment and I will see what I can do!

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  3. Perfect gift for all my Crone friends. Thank you!!

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  4. Love your pattern, thanks very much for sharing. Can't wait to make it for my daughter. Now if I could only find a roller derby dishcloth pattern. :) Thanks again!

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  5. Hello, Thank you for the washcloth pattern. My sister just recently discovered wiccan so I'm going to try and make up one for her. Do you have any other wiccan patterns for washcloths?
    Thank you!

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  6. Hi, I just updated this post and added the link to my other washcloth pattern for a Triquetra. I am working on another pattern that I have in mind but since I still have many projects to finish for the holidays I might not be able to complete it, I will try though, so check back once in a while. Just to let you know, my goal is to make all my washcloths the same size so people can combine them to make blankets or other things. Enjoy!

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  7. Hello, and thank you again for sharing your patterns. I too may not get to the washcloths as soon as I would like as I have many projects lined up. What a great idea to make blocks/squares out of your patterns for a blanket! Maybe I will get really ambitious and make her a throw! Thanks again!

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  8. If you are looking for a quicker project, I have made a cosmetic pouch in the past by knitting two washcloths, sewing three sides together and adding a zipper at the top. Cute and easy, it took me about 3 days to complete! Also, you can fill it with other little gifts. In this case you can match the gift with the washcloth and fill the pouch with essential oils, crystals, small incense sticks, etc. That is something I would LOVE to recieve!

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  9. Thanks for another great idea. For her last B'day, I knit up some soft cotton washcloths and gift boxed it along with some homemade bath scrubs that I made. She loved it! It's great to talk with other knitters, you never know what everyone will come up with! Thank you!

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  10. I know what you mean. I love hearing other knitter's ideas and sharing mine in return. The possibilities are endless! You are very welcome and thank you for taking the time to comment, it is greatly appreciated!

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  11. Can you make a chart for this pattern, so you can knit it using intarsia please??????? That would be absolutely amazing! Thank you!

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  12. I was thinking of posting a chart. Thanks for reminding me to do so. Enjoy!

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  13. Thank you sooooo much for this free pattern! My best friend is a pagan and I've been looking for a knitted project with a pagan theme to it, and this is just PERFECT. So generous of you to put this pattern up. Bless you!

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  14. Thank you so much for sharing your patterns! I just started knitting and washcloths are the best. Thank you, thank you!
    Blessed Be!

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