Thursday, May 12, 2016


That's right... you can start making all those special little gifts for friends, co-workers, or relatives that might stop by during the Christmas holiday. What would be nicer that a special hand knit bath or dish cloth that was knit especially by you for that special person in your life. You can add a wonderful shower gel or add it to a kitchen basket... they go with almost anything :) I've even had ladies tell me they have them framed for special gifts for loved ones.

Here's the deal... you can purchase ALL... THAT'S RIGHT... EVERY PATTERN DESIGNED HERE AT HARVEST MOON FOR THE MINIMAL AMOUNT OF $50.00!!!! That's over 600 files that will be emailed to you shortly after purchase!!! all in 8 zip files. No waiting for snail mail. Once I recieve confirmation of your purchase, I will send out your patterns asap.

Thanks for shopping!!!
God Bless,

Sunday, May 13, 2007


With almost 100 patterns on this page, we've decided to open another 'room' in our online store. So, if you will follow the link below be sure to bookmark our "UPPER ROOM" area, we look forward to visiting with you :) again soon! Please note... we are now offering the option of purchasing individual patterns for $2.00 a piece, or sets for prices as posted, OR if you'd like to purchase ALL of the patterns in a NEW posting, you will be able to do so at a reduced fee of 25% off. This policy is only good for patterns posted to the UPPER ROOM area and are only for patterns posted AFTER May 1, 2007.
Now, please follow us to HARVEST MOON DESIGNS UPPER ROOM

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

"In The Arms of Love"

This is a special design that I'd like to donate to my Mom, my sister, my daughter-in-law, and all my aunties. Happy Mom's Day!

"Let the Bells Ring"

Although this design was created for the wedding season, it could easily be made for Christmas. Be sure to check out Kandie's site. She has a wonderful Bridal Bar Soap that would be wonderful paired with this cloth :)

"Protection & Rest"

This set focuses on the book of Leviticus. The lacy cloth symbolizes the trumpets that sounded a time of rest. The little lamb is in remembrance of Passover and the protection it brought. This set is $4.00

"Double the Fun"

This pattern includes 2 sizes. And is a simple double knit design. These could be used as either wonderful thick cloths or they also make very nice pot holders.

"Kitchen Bubbles"

"Don't Fence Me In"

"Waves of Grain"

Monday, April 09, 2007

"Trust & Obey"

This set is the first in a large Bible series. Each set designed will include a 'lacy' and a 'picture' cloth that has some meaning that goes along with the book that it was created for. We thought these cloths would be wonderful alone or if combined to make a baby blanket or a memory afghan or cloth. This set is $4.oo



"Field of Dreams"



This cloth is a slipped stitch design that uses 2 colors and has a border. I wanted to create a cloth using this design, but one that wouldn't have the edges looking so out of place.

"Da Kine"

Tuesday, March 27, 2007


This is the third cloth in the Organic Cloth Series.

"Sweetie Pie"

This design incorporates both knitting AND crochet. :)

"For Sarah"

We would like to introduce you to Sarah of Sheep of a Different Color. She has the unique and wonderful talent of creating hand painted COTTON yarns. This pattern was created with HER wonderful yarn. It only took about a half of a skein to complete this cloth. Be sure to check her site out!!! :)

"Diamond Head" (Post Cards From Hawaii)

This is the first in a new series "Postcards from Hawaii" Perfect for those who have visited the islands, or for those preparing to visit for the first time.

"Bubble Wrap


"Ruby" (Plain Jane 3)

Ruby is the third pattern in the Plain Jane Series. You can leave it like it is, or there is room on the knit panels for you to be the creative one :)

"Mauve Pearls"

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Summer Fun

This set includes a hand/dish towel & the cloth.

Friday, March 09, 2007

"Plain Jane 2"

This pattern is the second in thePlain Jane series. You can knit up the pattern as is, or you can decorate it in any way you'd like.I've embroidered on the second one to the right.