Simple Dishcloth. You are at: Simple Dishcloth (submitted by JoAnn Scorborough) Also featured at: MATERIALS: 10" Peaches and Creme Cotton Yarn Size H hook Ch 5, join with sl st to form ring Row 1: Ch 3 counts as 1st dc throughout. 11 dc in ring.
Join with sl st to top ch 3. (12 dc) Row 2: ch 3, dc in same st. Row 3: sl st to ch 1 sp, ch 3, 2 dc in sp, (ch 1, 3 dc in next sp) rep. around, join with sl st. Kitchen Dishcloth ~ Noni's Favorite Pattern. Kitchen Dishcloth ~ Noni’s Favorite Pattern Size: 8½” x 8½” Yarn: Lily brand/Sugar’N Cream 70.9g/2.5 oz. 1 skein Needle size: US5(3.75mm)- or size needed to get gauge.
Tapestry needle: For weaving in ends.Gauge: 4sts/1″ Creating Laura: Washcloth Knitting Pattern. I know that hand-knitting my own washcloths might make me old school, but I have a confession to make: loofas gross me out.
Have you ever thought about how many germs are probably growing inside those puffy things? They never fully dry. Eew. Anyway, that's why I decided to knit myself a bright and happy set of washcloths that I can throw in the laundry any time I want. Want to knit them too? Waffle Crochet Blanket. You may remember in the Wash Your Washcloths post a dish cloth featured and I said I would show you the stitch....
Here 'tis. It's my all time go to for blankets. I know the granny is an old time favourite and looks really retro at the moment and it is OK for a climate like QLD, but this waffle type construction traps warm air and provides the cosiest rug of really robust construction. Ideal for the Tasmanian conditions. The best thing is there are very few rules and I find it uses up scrap wool effectively. If you want to make a dish cloth, use pure cotton and those lovely scrubby ridges give just the grunt you need on some of the tough jobs. Linen Stitch Dishcloth By Dedri Uys. I know this stitch as the Linen Stitch, but have also seen it called the Moss Stitch (although the Moss stitch as I know it is slightly different).
You might know it by a different name, and if you do, please let me know. It is one of the simplest stitch patterns to master and yields a pretty, woven, dense fabric. The reason it is so simple is that you don’t even have to know how to work into the loops of the single crochet stitches, because you will be working into the ch-1 spaces between single crochet stitches instead. This stitch is excellent for working up a quick and easy chunky baby blanket and it is so much prettier than just regular old single crochet stitches. You can use any yarn/hook combination your heart desires. Bahama Stripe Dishcloth By Jennifer Dickerson. Ramen Noodle Knitted Dishcloth.
Rippling Diag. Flower_Power_Dishcloth. Sun Catcher Dish Cloth. Sun Catcher Dish Cloth These dainty, bright, detailed dish cloths work up quickly and beautifully when using both acrylic or cotton yarns.
Acrylic yarns create durable cloths with superior scrub-ability, while cotton cloths can be doubled as face cloths as well, adding an element of simple elegance or sunshiny fun! These cloths are created using size I hooks and medium worsted weight acrylic yarn or cotton yarn with their corresponding size hooks. Note: Joins are worked with slip stitches in top of first stitch of each round. Lets Begin! Lily_SnCTwists002_kn_dishcloth.en_US.pdf. Easy Dishcloth Knitting Pattern. Close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").
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I knit at home, in the car, at the table after dinner, while talking, watching TV, waiting at the doctor's office, in the back of my big, auditorium classes, or (if I ask the prof. beforehand), right down in the front row. I knit in the park, at the mall, and while we wait for our food at restaurants. I am almost never without a knitting project in my purse or in my hands.
My mother first taught me when I was about nine. I remember clumsily moving in the needles in my hands, and eventually abandoned my small project in frustration. LW4789.pdf. LeafyWashcloth3. Slip Stitch Dishtowels. These dishtowels look really complicated to make, don’t they?
I love that because, just like you want hard things to look easy, it’s a great coup to make easy things look difficult! These three stitch patterns all come from Barbara Walker’s classic Treasury of Knitting Patterns and are created by the simple technique of hiding yarns behind slipped stitches. There’s no tricky stranding or two-hand knitting or even issues of tension; there’s just the easy matter of slipping stitches and watching as amazing patterns emerge! Slip stitch color patterns are terrific for scarves (check out Laura’s gorgeous Reversible Stripes Scarf), sweaters, blankets and even dishtowels. Knitted Kitchen Dishcloth ~ Lattice Stitch Pattern. Size: 8½″ x 8½″ Yarn: Lily brand/Sugar’n Cream 70.9g/2.5 oz. 1 skein Needle size: US6(4mm)- or size needed to get gauge.
Tapestry needle: For weaving in ends. Gauge: 4sts/1″ CO 37 stitches Row 1(rs): K3, *P1, K5; rep. from * to last 4 sts, P1, K3. Row 2(ws): P2, *K1, P1, K1, P3; rep. from * to last 5 sts, K1, P1, K1, P2. Row 3: K1, *P1, K3, P1, K1; rep. from * to end of row. Repeat rows 1-6 until dishcloth measures 8½” from CO edge ending with row 6 (for me that was a repeat of 9 times). Knitted Kitchen Dishcloth Diagonal Check Pattern_ 2990_pattern_.pdf. WEB-Lily-SugarNCream-TunisianSimpleStitchDishcloth-ENG.
Felted Button - Colorful Crochet Patterns: Mama's Wash Cloths. My sweet mom loves when I make her wash cloths and dish cloths. Someone asked me why crocheted wash cloths are so great. And although I love the possible textures, and the ease of wash and functional use, I think the thing I like about them most is that they are HANDMADE!! Crochet Striped Dishcloths - The Stitchin Mommy.