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White Stripes Knit Dishcloth Pattern

White Stripes Knit Dishcloth Pattern
White Stripes Knit Dishcloth Pattern
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Who knew knit dishcloth patterns could be so gorgeous? This White Stripes Knit Dishcloth Pattern will help you brighten up your kitchen. You'll look forward to cleaning when you have this knit dishcloth. This is also a great gift ideas if you're heading to a housewarming party. If you've just learned how to knit a dishcloth or you want to test your skills, this is a great quick and easy project to try. In no time at all, you'll have an eye-catching dishcloth to give or display.

Check out the video below to see another crazy easy knitting pattern for a dishcloth

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Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Such a pretty dishcloth! I usually skip pretty for practical when it comes to dishclots, but I am going to make an exception this time. I really like the blue and white but it wouldn't work in my kitchen, so I am hoping red and white will look as good.

I love the bonus video that came with this project! It's kind of like getting two patterns for one!

What a great matched set! I'm continuing to progress on my knitting and what a pretty way to do it. The directions on the pattern look simple enough with the abbreviations at the bottom--so important for a novice! I've never made a pot holder before and have wondered how they're made thick enough to keep from burning yourself. I guess with doing up this pattern I'll know!

am a knitter who is learning crochet. for the towel, edging, it says "Ch 1Frows". I know ch 1 is chain one, but was is "Frows"?

@lgkilgore 2589005 looking at the pattern, I am guessing it is just a typo and should simply say "rows". :) Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts

It's not a typo. Frows means front rows, or front loop. The proper abbreviation is FLO (front loop only). There is also BLO (back loop only). For the front loop, you crochet in the front loop of the "V" instead of under the entire"V".

using a dishcloth is never a fun moment - these white stripes dish cloths would add some colour and brightness to the task -- again great stocking stuffers for the adults in the family and great brighteners for the kitchen - dare I mention that they would use up those left over bits of yarn?

With winter quickly becoming just a cold memory (keeping my fingers crossed)... my knitting thoughts turn to something for the home. This is a beautiful dish cloth pattern and I thought about making a bunch of squares in rainbow pastels to sew together for a sweet baby blanket too. 16 squares would easily make a crib size blanket (44 x 44). Who else sees the possibilities in this fresh design?

I love this pattern!

How do I get the pattern for the White Stripes Knit Dishcloth Please

Hi there, all you have to do is click on the link that says "If you like DIY crafts, then you need to see this full project tutorial." Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafst

What does H YO mean? I know YO is yarn over but have no idea what the H in front of it is. I have searched internet for Knitting terms but no one has an H in front of YO?

This pattern uses "H" where most patterns use an asterisk . It means repeat from this point on, which is explained under Abbreviations in the pattern.

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