Heather McKelvey

Web Designer, Calligrapher, Health Information Coder

Welcome!  I’m so glad you stopped in.  See, I’m on this journey.  You’re on one too.  Sometimes it takes me to unexpected places, and sometimes I can’t figure out where in the world I am.  I suspect you might feel that way too.  I’ll tell you what.  I’m gonna write about my journey, and you jump in and tell me everything’s gonna be okay and I’m not crazy.  Got it?

A few facts…I’m a mom of a teenager and a pre-teen, wife of a minister, and daughter of the King.  I’m a freelance web designer, calligrapher and now student.  I made a little workshop to teach you how to create your own WordPress website (like this one).  It’s at www.savvycourses.com. I’ve also written some knitting patterns.

I am a creative.  Yes, that is a noun.  It is a source of great pride and considerable disturbance.  Keep reading, and you’ll see what I mean.

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Free Monogrammed Knitting Patterns

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Monogrammed Knitting Patterns

Pattern Info

*The unique script letters are also charted in the pattern for use in other projects.

*One special touch to this pattern is the option of two different styles of borders.

*One average-sized skein of yarn can usually produce at least 2 dishcloths.

*These dishcloths are larger than your typical knit dishcloth pattern, making them easier to use for dishes or bathing.


Yarn weight: Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) or Worsted Weight
Needle size: US 8 – 5.0 mm
Number of skeins needed: Less than 1

A PDF Collection of Dishcloth Knitting Patterns with Letters A-Z

Delight your friends with the personalized gift of hand-knit monogrammed dishcloths! The script letters used in these dishcloth patterns give an elegant touch, simply created by alternating knit and purl stitches to create each letter. No color-changing is necessary.

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