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Incredibly Easy Knit Dishcloth

Incredibly Easy Knit Dishcloth
Incredibly Easy Knit Dishcloth
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You can never have too many dishcloths right? This Incredibly Easy Knit Dishcloth is an awesome knitting pattern that you can whip up in just one hour. Dishcloths can often get a lot of wear and tear so making your own knit dishcloths can save money. Plus, you can use whatever yarn you would like to make your DIY dishcloth as durable as possible. Check out this video tutorial to see just how easy it is to put together this multicolored dishcloth that all your friends will believe is store bought! 


Materials List

  • Yarn in color A
  • Yarn in color B
  • Knitting needles

Incredibly Easy Knit Dishcloth

Knit Dishcloth Pattern

  1. CO 34 sts Clr A.

  2. 1-2: Clr A: k across.

  3. 3: Clr B: k across.

  4. 4: Clr B: k1, (k2tog, yo, 1), rpt ( to ) across.

  5. 5-6: Clr B: k across

  6. Rpt rows 1-6 until nearly to desired length.

  7. 7-8: Clr A: k across.BO all sts.

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I like the looks of this. Do you carry your yarn up the side when changing colors? I don't like weaving in cotton yarn unless you have an easy and good way to do it.

Yes, that is my question as I do not know how to carry the yarn and would have a bunch of weave-in ends otherwise.

Hmmm - row 4 - K2Tog, yo, 1 --- the 1 is a Knit 1? Makes sense to me LOL - don't understand "rpt (to) across.". As I'm starting this, I am going to assume that the "to" doesn't belong there???

rpt means repeat, the to is indicating that you repeat from the first bracket to the second bracket across

I love the look of this! Simple, yet really lovely and eye-catching.

I'm just starting to test out my knitting skills. I've always been a crocheter, but I really love the look of some knitting patterns, and this dish cloth is a really great beginner friendly project! Plus, the video makes it so easy to follow along!


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