Initialed Face Flannel

Initialed Face Flannel

Make this knitting pattern for initialed face wash clothes. One for each member of the family.

What you need

1 2 oz (50 g) ball in main shade (shade A)
1 2 oz (50 g) ball in contrast shade(Shade B)
1 pair of No. 10 (6 mm) needles


12 inch square (30 cm)

7 sts to l inch (2.5cm)

Face flannel
Using No. 10 needles and B cast on 83 sts.
1st row Kl, *P1, Kl, rep from * to end.
2nd row PI, * Kl, PI, rep from * to end.
Continue in rib for 2 rows more, dec 1 st at
each end of both rows.
79 sts.
K 1 row.

Break off B leaving an end to darn in.

Join in A and P 1 row.

1st patt row PI, *K1, PI, rep from * to end.

2nd patt row Kl, *P1, Kl, rep from * to end.

3rd patt row As 2nd.

4th patt row As first.

These 4 rows form the pattern.

Continue in patt until work measures 11 ^in from cast on edge, ending with a 2nd patt row.

K 1 row.

Break off A as before.
Join in B. * P 1 row.
Next row Kl, * PI, Kl, rep from * to end.
Work 3 tows mote in vib vac st. at eacVv etvd next 2 rows only. Cast off in rib. *

Side borders

Using B and with right side facing K up 77 sts along side of centre section. Work from * to * as for last border. Rep along rem side.

To make up

Finish off ends and sew corner border mitres together. Using one strand of B embroider the outline of initials in one corner. Using 2 strands of B fill in the space between outlines.

Press lightly under a damp cloth on the wrong side using a warm iron.

This pattern is a Vintage Pattern that may use vintage terms. This project has not been tested by for accuracy.


  1. nice to try how you’ve got the idea, very great

  2. it is too cute

  3. chinchilla_chilieboy says

    kind of hard to under stand the instructions,but still like it

  4. it is very creative and very interesting.

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