: Each measures 6″ square (approximately) and requires about 40 yds of worsted or heavy worsted yarn. Four different designs to choose from.
Gathered : Rows of purl & knit are made to accomplish a gathered effect.
With Optional Edging 
: Worked in two colors (Beginner skill level) and features an optional crochet edging worked in sc around the piece.
Sploshy : Recommends using 100% cotton and there’s a nice texture to this with a wide border.
Dungarees (Bloomers) 
: Cute gift idea, two cloths are made then woven together with ribbon, includes poem instructing to pull apart.
Fierce Ruffles : Worked in two contrasting colors (one for the body and the other for the ruffles), features a loop on one corner for hanging.
Aunt May 
: This is simply ribbing and garter stitch with a 12 row repeat and a crocheted border.
Retro-Style Linoleum : Features a “scrubby” side since it’s a slip-stitch design.
: I did these using Lily Sugar’n Cream 100% cotton yarn (Ecru) and it turned out very nice.
Double Bump : These come out square and lay flat.
: Uses the raised box stitch to give it a great waffle texture.
Stripes & Stars : Made with any worsted weight 100% cotton yarn in red, white and blue.
: This handy project works up in no time and is a perfect addition to any kitchen.
Two-Colors : This uses a 2-color slipped-stitch design and has a tidy slipped-stitch edge.
Chinese Wave (pdf) 
: This turns out nubby, thicker and more stable than plain garter stitch.
Diagonal : Finished size is approximately 8 x 8 inches.
Easy Squidge 
: A nice tight gauge gives a good squidginess, and it won’t stretch out too much when wet.
Basket Rib : With one 2 oz ball of yarn and size 6 (4mm) needles you should be able to whip up two of these.
: Here’s an interesting project that requires dropping some stitches.
Simply Striped : Made with 100% worsted weight cotton.
Double Woven Stitch 
: If you want something with variegateds that “pop”…this is the one for you!
Berry Basket : To make this into a towel or larger item increase in increments of 5 stitches and/or 5 rows.
: These are done in garter stitch and have no right or wrong side.
Woven Basket Stitch : To get started you need to cast on an even number of stitches using the long-tailed cast on.
: This is first worked in main color then contrast edging is done in single crochet and the “letter” is embroidered on with a darning needle.
Candy Striper : This would also look fabulous with three, four, or even more different colors.
Nai Nai’s Favorite 
: This is a no-purl that has no gauge, make to your desired diagonal width or when you’ve used half your yarn.
Checker Square Garter : Finished size is a generous 10 1/2″ square, looks difficult but garter stitching and slipped stitches keep it simple.
Nifty Idea 
: Reusable J-cloths are cut into strips then whipped up in a quick project (stripes of different colors looks nice!).