Here is the knitting pattern for letting "J"

Letter Cloth – J

What you need

I use size 7 needles and 100% cotton yarn for almost all of my cloths - but you can substitute appropriate needle size and yarn for YOUR project





Instructions

Cast on 36 stitches

1-4: knit across
5: k3, p30, k3
6: and all remaining even0numbered rows; knit across
7-8: repeat rows 5 & 6
9: k3, p12, k7, p11, k3
11: k3, p10, k10, p10, k3
13: k3, p9, k12, p9, k3
15: k3, p8, k14, p8, k3
17: k3, p7, k16, p7, k3
19: k3, p7, k5, p5, k6, p7, k3
21 & 23: k3, p7, k5, p6, k5, p7, k3
25, 27, & 29: k3, p5, k9, p4, k5, p7, k3
31-41: (odd numbered rows) k3, p18, k5, p7, k3
43-49: (odd numbered rows) k3, p15, k10, p5, k3
51-52: repeat rows 5 & 6
53-55: knit across

Patterns for Letters L-Z can be found at Knitting Knonsense

This project was contributed by Rhonda from Knitting Knonsense
For more of Rhonda’s Wonderful designs visit her website. This pattern is Copyrighted 7/12/05 by Rhonda K.White

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Here is the knitting pattern for letting "J"

Letter Cloth – J

What you need

I use size 7 needles and 100% cotton yarn for almost all of my cloths - but you can substitute appropriate needle size and yarn for YOUR project





Instructions

Cast on 36 stitches

1-4: knit across
5: k3, p30, k3
6: and all remaining even0numbered rows; knit across
7-8: repeat rows 5 & 6
9: k3, p12, k7, p11, k3
11: k3, p10, k10, p10, k3
13: k3, p9, k12, p9, k3
15: k3, p8, k14, p8, k3
17: k3, p7, k16, p7, k3
19: k3, p7, k5, p5, k6, p7, k3
21 & 23: k3, p7, k5, p6, k5, p7, k3
25, 27, & 29: k3, p5, k9, p4, k5, p7, k3
31-41: (odd numbered rows) k3, p18, k5, p7, k3
43-49: (odd numbered rows) k3, p15, k10, p5, k3
51-52: repeat rows 5 & 6
53-55: knit across

Patterns for Letters L-Z can be found at Knitting Knonsense

This project was contributed by Rhonda from Knitting Knonsense
For more of Rhonda’s Wonderful designs visit her website. This pattern is Copyrighted 7/12/05 by Rhonda K.White

Liked this project? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter and get more like this!

Here is the knitting pattern for letting "J"

Letter Cloth – J

What you need

I use size 7 needles and 100% cotton yarn for almost all of my cloths - but you can substitute appropriate needle size and yarn for YOUR project





Instructions

Cast on 36 stitches

1-4: knit across
5: k3, p30, k3
6: and all remaining even0numbered rows; knit across
7-8: repeat rows 5 & 6
9: k3, p12, k7, p11, k3
11: k3, p10, k10, p10, k3
13: k3, p9, k12, p9, k3
15: k3, p8, k14, p8, k3
17: k3, p7, k16, p7, k3
19: k3, p7, k5, p5, k6, p7, k3
21 & 23: k3, p7, k5, p6, k5, p7, k3
25, 27, & 29: k3, p5, k9, p4, k5, p7, k3
31-41: (odd numbered rows) k3, p18, k5, p7, k3
43-49: (odd numbered rows) k3, p15, k10, p5, k3
51-52: repeat rows 5 & 6
53-55: knit across

Patterns for Letters L-Z can be found at Knitting Knonsense

This project was contributed by Rhonda from Knitting Knonsense
For more of Rhonda’s Wonderful designs visit her website. This pattern is Copyrighted 7/12/05 by Rhonda K.White

Liked this project? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter and get more like this!

Here is the knitting pattern for letting "J"

Letter Cloth – J

What you need

I use size 7 needles and 100% cotton yarn for almost all of my cloths - but you can substitute appropriate needle size and yarn for YOUR project





Instructions

Cast on 36 stitches

1-4: knit across
5: k3, p30, k3
6: and all remaining even0numbered rows; knit across
7-8: repeat rows 5 & 6
9: k3, p12, k7, p11, k3
11: k3, p10, k10, p10, k3
13: k3, p9, k12, p9, k3
15: k3, p8, k14, p8, k3
17: k3, p7, k16, p7, k3
19: k3, p7, k5, p5, k6, p7, k3
21 & 23: k3, p7, k5, p6, k5, p7, k3
25, 27, & 29: k3, p5, k9, p4, k5, p7, k3
31-41: (odd numbered rows) k3, p18, k5, p7, k3
43-49: (odd numbered rows) k3, p15, k10, p5, k3
51-52: repeat rows 5 & 6
53-55: knit across

Patterns for Letters L-Z can be found at Knitting Knonsense

This project was contributed by Rhonda from Knitting Knonsense
For more of Rhonda’s Wonderful designs visit her website. This pattern is Copyrighted 7/12/05 by Rhonda K.White

Liked this project? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter and get more like this!

Letter Cloth – J

Here is the knitting pattern for letting "J"

Letter Cloth – J

What you need

I use size 7 needles and 100% cotton yarn for almost all of my cloths - but you can substitute appropriate needle size and yarn for YOUR project





Instructions

Cast on 36 stitches

1-4: knit across
5: k3, p30, k3
6: and all remaining even0numbered rows; knit across
7-8: repeat rows 5 & 6
9: k3, p12, k7, p11, k3
11: k3, p10, k10, p10, k3
13: k3, p9, k12, p9, k3
15: k3, p8, k14, p8, k3
17: k3, p7, k16, p7, k3
19: k3, p7, k5, p5, k6, p7, k3
21 & 23: k3, p7, k5, p6, k5, p7, k3
25, 27, & 29: k3, p5, k9, p4, k5, p7, k3
31-41: (odd numbered rows) k3, p18, k5, p7, k3
43-49: (odd numbered rows) k3, p15, k10, p5, k3
51-52: repeat rows 5 & 6
53-55: knit across

Patterns for Letters L-Z can be found at Knitting Knonsense

This project was contributed by Rhonda from Knitting Knonsense
For more of Rhonda’s Wonderful designs visit her website. This pattern is Copyrighted 7/12/05 by Rhonda K.White

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Comments

  1. these are super cute and super fast! thanks for sharing these patterns!

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