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Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloths

By: Brittany from justbcrafty.com

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Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloths
Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloths
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These Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloths are the perfect knitting pattern for beginners. Using only knit and purl stitches, this free knitted dishcloth pattern is easy enough for even beginning knitters to master quickly while still incorporating enough detail to make them fun and interesting. These bright colors will make any kitchen pop; just customize this free knitting pattern to coordinate with your kitchen decor. Washing dishes won't feel like such a drag with these cheery dishcloths in hand! Or, use this dishcloth knitting pattern to create a housewarming gift for a friend and make a new kitchen feel like home. 

This beginner pattern is an ideal first (or second) knitting project for a newbie. If you're brand new to knitting, start with something simple like this featured pattern. All you need is beginning knitting supplies like a pair of needles and worsted weight yarn to get started. It is that easy.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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This a great beginner pattern. If you choose to knit these dishcloths not only will you have a useful item at the end but you will get to practice these basic knit stitches so that you will be able to knit projects that are a bit more complicated. Great gift idea as well and it uses very little yarn.

I like how simple these are. Many dishcloth patterns are too fancy for my taste. Love the simple look.

I love the colors of these dishcloths. Plus, the farmhouse style is very trendy right now, so these would make a great housewarming gift.

This is a super easy dishcloth pattern! You just need to know the basic knit and purl stitches. The design of the cloth creates small ridges to help with scrubbing dishes and countertops, as well as used for general cleaning around the house. These cloths could also be used in your bath or shower.

Glad to hear your recommendation on this one! I can always use more practice on my basic stitches and it looks like this one will provide it. I just have to decide whether I'm going to use them in my kitchen or bathrooms and then there is my color choice to make! Fun! Fun! Fun!

Who doesn't love a good knit dishcloth? I tripped across this pattern while looking for something that my niece, who is just learning to knit, might be able to make. I think that this will be a great project for her to practice her knitting and purling. I really like the striped effect and I'm sure that it will look fabulous in any colour.

I just love this dish cloth.. looks pretty in any color.

My 11 year old daughter is trying to learn how to knitt and this site is so great for beginners she will do some great work!!

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