Please enjoy these printable dishcloth wrappers that I’ve designed for you. These are perfect if you’re gifting a dishcloth or selling them at craft fairs to add that nice, finishing touch.
The wrappers work wonderfully for any of the washcloth patterns that I’ve designed or you can turn any of my “Square Block” patterns into a dishcloth by using your choice of cotton yarn. A list of available patterns is below:
Feel free to print out the pdf below and then use them for your makes. To use these wrappers, simply download the link below, print the pdf, then cut out the one you like, wrap it around a dishcloth and use tape to secure the back.
These wrapper designs are copyright 2022 Handmade by Stacy J. Please do not duplicate or copy any portion of this design, as well as photographs. You are encouraged to share images of your final product and are allowed to sell final products. Thank you!
Please enjoy these printable gift tags that I’ve designed for you.
The leaf tags would be wonderful for the Pumpkin knit pattern that I’ve designed (Here is the link for that pattern). Just imagine how cute it would be to have the pumpkin set at the seat of your guest with their name on the tag.
Feel free to print out this pdf and then use them for your makes.
To use these tags, simply download the link below, then print the pdf.
Care Instruction Symbols: what do they mean? How many times have you purchased a ball of yarn and saw the symbols on the side? Then asked yourself, “What in the world do these mean?” What are the little boxes? What do the lines mean that are under the Wash symbol? What about the numbers 30 and 40?
There are so many different symbols and sometimes the yarn band doesn’t share the written directions for care. However, the care instruction symbols are pretty universal. Even though there are lots of symbols, I put together a printable graphic with the verbiage of the most common symbols used. As well as the Celsius and Fahrenheit conversions of temperature.
As a maker myself, I particularly find the washing and drying instructions the most useful. I like to know when I can put my makes in the dryer or if they have to dry flat. Typically, I hand-wash everything I make. But, when you make a large blanket, it’s nice to see if you can pop it in the washer.
Feel free to print out this pdf and then pin it in your laundry or craft room.
To use this graphic, simply download the link below, then print the pdf.
When printing out the file, be sure to print at 100% (in printer settings, do not click the button that says “Fit to page”), otherwise the measurements will be off by about 5%. To confirm that you printed at 100%, there is a small 1″ / 2.54 cm box at the bottom corner for you to measure.
As you make your hat, when you come to the end of a round, lay it on top of your print out to check the measurements. When you reach the desired size, you’re ready to move on to the body.