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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.

 

Log Cabin Washcloths

Log Cabin Washcloths Have you always wanted to try the log cabin knitting technique, but didn't know where to begin? Use this knit dishcloth pattern from the Purl Bee to practice this popular, and visually striking, style of knitting. Choose from a variety of suggested color combinations and create your own Log Cabin Washcloths. Once your washcloths are finished, you can even seam them together to create a colorful afghan or modern wall hanging.

 

Quick Garter Stitch Dishcloth

Quick Garter Stitch Dishcloth Simplicity and style collide in the Quick Garter Stitch Dishcloth. Not only is this knit dishcloth a great learning tool for beginning knitters, it's a fun and easy way to create unique knits for your kitchen or bathroom. This elegantly simple pattern is knit from corner to corner, increasing to the center and then decreasing to the other corner. We love the happy yellow hue as shown in the picture, but knit this easy pattern in the colors of your kitchen for a sweet knit accessory.

 

Basic Basketweave Dishcloth

Basic Basketweave Dishcloth There's something about the basketweave stitch that gives knitting projects a homey and cozy feel. The Basic Basketweave Dishcloth is no exception. This knit dishcloth pattern is a great way for beginning knitters to learn this classic stitch. Dishcloths are fun, quick, and easy swatches that allow knitters to gain confidence and accuracy before moving onto larger projects. Knit the Basic Basketweave Dishcloth for yourself or for a friend today.

 

Cute Cloth and Rad Rag

Cute Cloth and Rad Rag Together, this Cute Cloth and Rad Rag make up what we like to call Retro Rags! Knit up a few for your home and watch your kitchen take a wild trip back in time. While these dishcloths are more challenging than most patterns, just follow the knitting instructions carefully and you'll be glad that you did once they're finished. Knit both cloths with two strands of yarn for added strength.

 

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.

 

Aunt May Dishcloth

Aunt May Dishcloth Aunt May Dishcloth is a cute free knitted dishcloth pattern. The best part? It's also incredibly simple to knit! Create this lovely cloth using the garter stitch, some ribbing, and if you choose, a decorative crochet border.

 

Garter Stitch Bordered Dishcloth

Garter Stitch Bordered Dishcloth Two basic stitches combine to form the Garter Stitch Bordered Dishcloth. This basic knit dishcloth pattern is made up of a stockinette stitch body and garter stitch outline. This is a great first project for beginning knitters and requires just one skein of worsted weight yarn. Choose a color that matches your kitchen or a fun multi-colored fiber as shown in the picture.

 

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!

 

Baby Hearts Dishcloth

Baby Hearts Dishcloth This adorable free knitting pattern will add a nice, warm touch to any kitchen. Once you get the pattern down, try making this Baby Hearts Dishcloth into an afghan.

 

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