KNIT DISHCLOTHS


KNIT DISHCLOTHS

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This dishcloth pattern features a fun and easy stitch that gives a great textured design.

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Picot-Edge Baby Blanket & Washcloth (in 3 gauges) Pattern

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knitted

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Pattern to knit your own pretty wash cloths

Counting Stone Sheep

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  • Dawna Calarco Meyn
    Dawna Calarco Meyn

    Hi....what kind of yarn do you use?

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The Haby Goddess: A new twist to a knitted dishcloth

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DISHCLOTH/BLANKET Materials: Sugar and Cream yarn; Size 6 or 7 needles (US) Instructions: Cast on 4 stitches Row 1: Knit 4 Row 2: Knit 2, yarn over, knit across the row. Repeat Row 2 until you have 44 stitches on the needle. Row 3: Knit 1, Knit 2 together, yarn over, knit 2 together, knit to the end of the row. Repeat Row 3 until you have 4 stitches on the needle. You can now either bind off or do a round of single crochet and make a little loop of chain stitches in one corner.

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Knitted Valentine Dishcloths Knit Valentine Lattice by IDoYarn

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Sheep dishcloth ♥ :)

Knitted Bobbles the Sheep Cloth

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5 different wash cloth patterns!

Tricksy Knitter by Megan Goodacre

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you wash your dishes with them!

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DIY dishcloth pattern for making your own designs

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Knitted Dish Scrubbie @3 1/2"x5" Materials: Cotton worsted weight yarn 3 Yards of medium tulle; a scrap of cardboard or an empty paper towel roll (optional) US Size 9 Knitting Needles Step 1 cut 4strips of the tulle approximately 1 1/4" wide.Step 2: Knot each end of the tulle to another to form one long "tulle yarn." An overhand knot works the best. Pull the knot tight but not so tight that it breaks. Cut off the excess. Continue knotting the lengths together.Step 3: I like to wind the tulle onto a length of cardboard or a paper towel roll so it does not become tangled, thus creating my own ball of tulle yarn. Loosely cast on 15 sts holding both the cotton yarn and the tulle together. Continue knitting the scrubbie in garter stitch (knit every row). When your scrubbie reaches 5-inches or desired length, bind off loosely, knot excess thread, and cut the extra (or, make a little loop to hang your scrubbie right at your sink).

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Completed Projects 2011: Dishcloth & Fishy Tawashi

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knit or crochet dishcloths

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Easy Materials: Sugar and Cream yarn; Size 6 or 7 needles (US) Instructions: Cast on 4 stitches Row 1: Knit 4 Row 2: Knit 2, yarn over, knit across the row. Repeat Row 2 until you have 44 stitches on the needle. Row 3: Knit 1, Knit 2 together, yarn over, knit 2 together, knit to the end of the row. Repeat Row 3 until you have 4 stitches on the needle. You can now either bind off or do a round of single crochet and make a little loop of chain...

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52 weeks of washcloths/dishcloths

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Will do. Love the little stitch graphic.

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Diagonal Knit Dishcloth pattern by Jana Trent

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Knitted washcloths

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kitchen knitties

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Simple seed stitch dishcloths. I make these all the time and love them!

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A new twist to a knitted dishcloth

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  • Etta Sargent
    Etta Sargent

    I simply love them

Potholders from felted wool sweaters

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Lots of free patterns for dishcloths, hot pads, holiday ornaments, coasters, etc.

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  • Lillian Elliott
    Lillian Elliott

    thank you and all the ones who provide free patterns on pinterest