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Grandma's Favorite Dishcloth

Grandmas Favorite Dishcloth There's never a bad time to start collecting more free dishcloth knitting patterns, and this one is definitely a keeper. Use this pattern for Grandma's Favorite Dishcloth to make all of your friends a practical gift that looks great too! Knit with several yarn overs, this cloth features a framed edge, making it as visually appealing as it is great for using in the kitchen. Master the yarn over technique while whipping up a stylish kitchen accessory with Grandma's Favorite Dishcloth!

 

Nana's Favorite Dishcloth Pattern

Nanas Favorite Dishcloth Pattern Nana knows best, and this knit dishcloth pattern is proof! Nana's Favorite Dishcloth Pattern is a great pattern for beginning knitters who want to learn a simple stitch with lots of texture and visual interest. This beginners knit is perfect for a rainy day or a relaxing evening at home in front of the TV. The beauty of patterns like Nana's Favorite Dishcloth is that you'll be able to complete a practical piece for your kitchen while learning a new stitch.

 

Learn How to Knit with a Knit Dishcloth Pattern: 10 Patterns for Beginners

Learn How to Knit with a Knit Dishcloth Pattern 10 Patterns for Beginners Whether you're just learning how to knit or you're a seasoned pro looking to whip up a few quick kitchen and bath accessories, a knit dishcloth pattern is a wonderful knitting tool for knitters of varying abilities. Keep reading for some of our favorite knit dishcloth patterns.

 

Flowerburst Dishcloth

Flowerburst Dishcloth While knit washcloth patterns are great for using up scrap pieces of yarn, they're also wonderful opportunities to create a small piece of art for the kitchen. This gorgeous Flowerburst Dishcloth mixes cool blue and purple edges with an explosion of pink color in the center of the dishcloth. Make a splash in your kitchen with this modern pattern that's full of color and fun!

 

Summer Lighthouse Dishcloth

Summer Lighthouse Dishcloth It's impossible not to smile while knitting the Summer Lighthouse Dishcloth. This nautical-inspired knit dishcloth pattern is not only a functional kitchen accessory, it's a great way to decorate your beach house or vacation home. This easy knitting pattern features a simple repeat pattern with charming stitch details. A simple hanging loop makes storage a breeze.

 

Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern

Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern This petal-colored knit dishcloth pattern is a great way to get in the springtime frame of mind! The Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern is a sweet and simple cloth with a lovely stitch texture great for washing the day away. We love the light lilac, pretty pink, and springy green as shown in the picture, but these classic dishcloths would look great in any color that matches your home decor. They're fun and easy to knit, so pull out your needles and get into the swing of some springtime knitting!

 

Citrus Slice Dishcloths

Citrus Slice Dishcloths Prepare for summer picnics and backyard barbecues with this free knitting pattern. The Citrus Slice Dishcloths are an easy knitting pattern to complete using any color Bernat Handicrafter Cotton yarn you prefer. Brightly colored yarn makes them especially perfect for a hot, summer day. Make these for your own home, or make a set to bring as a hostess gift. They are worked in a spiral pattern and truly resemble sliced citrus fruit. These dishcloths measure approximately 8 inches in diameter.

 

Washcloth Quartet

Washcloth Quartet Don't you hate it that store-bought kitchen sponges get old so quickly? I'm also not a fan of how expensive some of the fancier dish scrubbers can be. If you're in the same boat and are looking to save some money, try knitting your own kitchen supplies. With this free knitting pattern you'll be able to make your own Washcloth Quartet. Once completed, you'll have four visually appealing dishcloths that can be washed and reused again and again. Not to mention, these are also great for getting rid of excess yarn from your stash.

 

Housewarming Dishcloth Gift Set

Housewarming Dishcloth Gift Set Looking for a quick last minute gift for new neighbors? The Housewarming Dishcloth Gift Set makes an amazingly thoughtful and practical gift for new and old friends. This sweet set of knit dishcloth patterns simply needs to be tied up with a pretty ribbon for an instant present. This pattern calls for DK weight yarn and 4mm needles, but whichever size needles and yarn weight you have on hand would make an equally charming gift.

 

Simple Eyelet Dishcloth

Simple Eyelet Dishcloth Pretty and practical, the Simple Eyelet Dishcloth proves that cleaning up doesn't have to be boring. This darling knit dishcloth pattern features a charming eyelet and ridge stitch design and a basic crocheted hanging loop. Knit a few of the Simple Eyelet Dishcloths for a fun housewarming present or stick a few in a care package for a homesick college student.

 

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