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Knit Douglas Fir Dishcloth

By: Julia Schwartz from designsbydiligence.com
Updated October 01, 2019
Knit Douglas Fir Dishcloth
Knit Douglas Fir Dishcloth

Make housework a bit more interesting when you make this Knit Douglas Fir Dishcloth! The intermediate knit pattern won't take long to make and will be a fun and festive look in your kitchen.

From the blogger: "The Knit Douglas Fir Dishcloth is a quick project to complete for the holidays and the rest of winter. It is a great lesson for knitters new to cables and reducing cable sizes. The finished dishcloth is 7 1/2 by 7 1/2 inches and it is made with your favorite worsted 100% cotton yarn. It would make a great hostess gift or a last-minute make that can be used all winter long. It's so pretty, you might not want to wash your dishes."

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge20 st for 4 in and 26 rows

Finished Size7.5" x 7.5"

Materials List

  • 100% worsted cotton yarn
  • Yarn needle to weave in your ends
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I always like to try new stitch patterns by making a dishcloth. You try out the pattern and you make something useful by doing it. This is a good way to practice doing cable stitches. It does not take much yarn or much time. Thank you.

What an interesting dishcloth pattern. My mom loves knit dishcloths, so maybe I'll have to try this one for her.

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