Two Sides Knit Dishcloth
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Two Sides Knit Dishcloth

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Two Sides Knit Dishcloth
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From the Designer: "This dishcloth has two sides and is reversible! One side has a knobbly texture and the other shows the slipped stitches that make this dishcloth really thick. Knit sideways on the bias, this dishcloth starts with a small cast on and grows quickly to any size. And there are no purled stitches! You can use any 100% cotton yarn, this dishcloth looks fabulous in every color or even in a multicolored yarn. For best results, your dishcloth should be blocked."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Knitting Needle SizeCircular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Any 100% cotton yarn

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Love the colors in this yarn. Do you recall the name of the yarn?

That's an interesting stitch to use on a dishcloth. When I saw "simple" I was prepared for a knit stitch looking like it's on the diagonal, but this is much prettier and not much more difficult. I don't know why I get stuck with colors and patterns when I make dishcloths, because they can be a lot of fun! This one will be my next one.

This is so pretty! I am into making dish cloths and scrubbies with my looms right not and I'm using pastels in honor of Spring and Easter. I wish I knew how to use circular knitting needles. This is so pretty, I'm not sure I'd want to use it on dishes!

The circular needles are used just regular knitting needles. Do NOT join your yarn. Circular needles are sometimes used in this fashion because of the large number of stitches you will have.

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