This best selling dishcloth knitting pattern is now available for free. In just a few hours you can have all new dishcloths for your kitchen or a thoughtful and useful gift for the knit-worthy people in your life.
Why You Should Knit Not Another Dishcloth
A few years ago, dishcloths were all the rage and I felt a little silly launching yet another dishcloth pattern into the world. How many dishcloth patterns do we really need?
Well, it turns out we need a lot and we can always use one more.
If you haven’t already discovered how superior handknitted dishcloths are to any other kind, you are in for a treat.
The pattern is awesome in so many ways:
- It’s designed to really help you scrub things. Be it in the kitchen or the bathroom, this dishcloth will help you get things clean.
- It’s economic and a great stash-buster. One dishcloth only takes 55 m / 60 yd to make so you can use up leftovers or get several out of one ball of yarn.
- It’s beginner-friendly. If you can cast on, knit, purl and cast off, this pattern is just up your alley.
- It’s perfect autopilot knitting. If you’re a more seasoned knitter, this pattern lets you knit without looking in no time, so you can carry a conversation, watch your favourite TV-show or knit in public and show off your skills.
- It’s my current best selling knitting pattern and with so many people loving this pattern, you can’t go wrong.
- It’s now free! If you want to print an ad-free version you can still purchase it by clicking the button below.
Materials Needed to Make the Dishcloth Knitting Pattern
- At least 55 m / 60 yd cotton sport weight yarn.
I recommend Debbie Bliss Eco Baby, which comes in 16 beautiful, muted colours. One ball is enough for 2 dishcloths, with some leftover.
- 3,5 mm/ US 4 needles or size required to get gauge.
- Tapestry needle.
Not Another Dishcloth Knitting Pattern
Gauge: 26 sts x 36 rows = 10×10 cm/ 4×4 ” in pattern, unblocked.
Sizes: One-size. Before washing: ca. 19×19 cm / 7.5×7.5 ”
Please keep in mind that cotton usually shrinks about 5% in the first wash.
Alteration Guide: Cast-on must be divisible by 4+2.
- CO cast on
- BO bind off
- R row(s)
- k knit
- p purl
- s slip
- x times
- * … * repeat this section
- sts stitches
CO 50 sts.
R1: S1, p49
R2: S1, k49
R3: S1, p1,*k2, p2*
R4: S1, k1, *p2, k2*
BO all sts and weave in ends.
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