Now that I live on my own and have my very own kitchen, I know one thing for sure: everything costs money. When I was a kid, items would just magically appear, I would use them and that would be that. But now, I have so many responsibilities, including keeping my kitchen clean and stocked with necessary items. One thing I never thought about growing up was dishcloths. Now that I’m older, I know just how important it is to have a good sturdy dishcloth that you can reuse over and over again. After all, paper towels are costly and wasteful! Thankfully, FaveCrafts has a bunch of knit dishcloth pattern ideas that I can use whenever I want.
Instead of buying some boring old dishcloth, grab a pair of needles and work up a quick dishcloth that matches your decor. These are great projects to work on while you watch TV or sit in a waiting room. Best of all, dishcloths are perfect starter project for a beginner. Choose yarns that stand out and make a statement. Who knows – you may actually WANT to do the dishes from now on.
For Those Who Need A Knit Dish Towel Pattern ASAP
Pink Flamingo Dishcloth – How have I lived without this knitted dishcloth pattern?
Cotton Stripes Knit Dishcloth – Super simple but so adorable. I want one in every color.
Doily Style Dishcloth – Add a vintage flair to your kitchen – it’s so easy.
Ridged or Waffle Dishcloth – Waffles aren’t just meant for breakfast.
Mitered Knit Dishcloth – This is a new take on an old favorite knit dishcloth pattern.
But What If You Need A Basic Knit Dishcloth Pattern?
Easy Dishcloth Knitting Pattern – My new favorite free knitting pattern.
Simple Dishcloths – A quick project you can work on tonight.
Nifty Knitted Dishcloth – How great is this knit dishcloth pattern?
Easy Knit Dishcloth – I think I’ll make one of these for my mom.
Feathered Dishcloth – Girly, fun and too cute for words!
Tulip Dishcloth – Whether it’s spring or the dead of winter, you’ll appreciate this pattern.
Don’t stop with dishcloths! Make knit mug cozies, coasters and more with a little help from 12 Free Knitting Patterns for the Kitchen. The kitchen is the most important room of the house, so make sure it looks great and feels comfortable. If you have a pair of needles and some yarn to spare, you can make these amazing projects.
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