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Diagonal Knit Dishcloth Pattern

By: Beverly from themakeyourownzone.com
Diagonal Knit Dishcloth Pattern
Diagonal Knit Dishcloth Pattern
This image courtesy of themakeyourownzone.com

This Diagonal Knit Dishcloth Pattern is easy and vibrant. Worked in variegated yarn, this dishcloth knitting pattern comes out with attractive stripes without the effort of switching yarn. It's a truly easy knitting pattern with just enough detail to keep you from getting bored. Plus, this free knitting pattern is so simple that it can teach you how to knit a dishcloth, if you've never tried it before. This pop of color dishcloth would be right at home in your kitchen sink. Or, whip up a pair of these knitted dishcloths as a housewarming gift for a friend. 

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

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I use to spend a lot of money on dishcloths. That was before I learned that I could either knit or crochet them. I like this pattern. This one is worked diagonally with yarn that changes color. There is not a lot of thought needed to complete this. I call this a stress releasing pattern.

I made this for my mom for Christmas and she loves it. Great thickness, very durable. Nice and simple.

By looking at the picture provided for this diagonal discloth, a beginner may be put off. Don't let that fool you. The trick is in the type of yarn selected. This will work up in no time and trust me you will love the finished product.

This is a tried-and-true dishcloth pattern that has been around a long time. It is easy to work up and looks good in either a solid color or a self-patterning cotton yarn. I have also made this pattern bigger in soft baby yarn as a baby blanket for a preemie.

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