Dish cloth (3 patterns) Exchange to crochet
# 1 Spinning Wheel Dish Cloth
Materials: 1 skein Lily Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn.
Pair of needles sizes #7 or #8.
Cast on 15 sts.
Row 1: Purl
Row 2: K 3, yo, k 11 (1 st left on needle), turn.
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: K 3, yo, k 11 (2 sts left on needle), turn.
Row 5: Knit
Row 6: K 3, yo, k 11 (3 sts left on needle), turn.
Row 7: Knit
Row 8: Bind off 3 sts, k 2, yo, k 8 (4 sts left on needle), turn.
Row 9: Knit
Row 10: K 3, yo, k 8 (5 sts left on needle), turn.
Row 11: Knit
Row 12: K 3, yo, k 8 (6 sts left), turn.
Row 13: Knit
Row 14: Bind off 3 sts, k 2, yo, k 5 (7 sts left), turn.
Row 15: Knit
Row 16: K 3, yo, k 5 (8 sts left), turn.
Row 17: Knit
Row 18: K 3, yo, k 5 (9 sts left), turn.
Row 19: Knit
Row 20: Bind off 3 sts, knit to end.
Repeat rows 1-20 six times.
Rows 1-20 form one section of the dishcloth.
When last Row is completed, bind off and sew seams.
# 2 For the longest time I searched for the pattern of a dishcloth I had seen at every crafter's store or bazaar I went to.
I thought I would share it with everyone.
It is so simple you could literally do it with your eyes closed, and finished in about an hour!
It goes like this:
With size 5 or 6 mm needles cast on 4 stitches of your favorite color cotton yarn.
Knit 2, yo, knit to end of Row.
Continue until you have about 46 to 50 stitches on your needle. You will have a neat triangle.
Then: When you're done the first part and you have this triangle, you should K2, YO,
then K2 TOG twice, knit until end of Row until you have 4 stitches left and then cast off.
This will create a continuous edge all around.
You're done. You can pull the dishcloth to be a proper square.
Enjoy this simple and quick pattern!
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# 3 Hi, I am a beginner knitter but with this said, I also "try" what happens if I do this" :)
I have created the following pattern using cotton yarn for a dish cloth:
Use no. 7 knitting needles. Cast on 57 stitches on a needle
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: * K 1 st, slip next st onto needle * repeat across Row ending with K 1 st
Row 3: * K 1 st, next st K in back of st * repeat across row these two rows are the pattern.
Do the pattern until you like the length.
The last row should be your knit row & slip row = this row you Knit; and then the next row bind off.
This pattern leaves no holes in the dish cloth where forks can snag the cloth;
and it is a pretty pattern and yet simple for a beginner.
Adjustments with size of needles and cast on stitches can make the cloth bigger or smaller. Just make sure that the last stitch or row 2 ends with a Knit stitch.
Have fun! Thanks for making this site available. Megan