Jelly Roll Knitted Washcloth Pattern


Jelly Roll Knitted Washcloth Pattern


Jelly Roll Knitted Washcloth Pattern

This sweet knit washcloth pattern is perfect for adding a special touch to your kitchen or bathroom decor.  Easy to knit and customize, this pattern is one that beginners and advanced knitters will love.  These washcloths also make for great homemade gift ideas for a housewarming party, a wedding, or even a birthday.  Package up a set of 4 to give as a hostess gift and you'll find that you're the one invited to all the parties this year!  By using a variety of knit stitches, these knit dishcloths provide you with durable clean up power and they're sure to last you for years to come.


Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge0 stitches, 0 rows, 0 inches.

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Very easy dishcloth pattern to do. It is a perfect gift because you can knit them in different colors. rolls them in a roll like a jelly roll and present them in a bowl or however you want to. There is a nice texture to them. I don't think they are intermediate knitting because it just takes basic stitches. Good way to practice your knitting and you have something useful to show for it.

This is a pretty patterned washcloth (you can see the pattern on the blog page). However, I would correct the information listed above on this page. The pattern is not an "intermediate" but more like an "easy." Also, it uses sport weight 3 cotton yarn, not fine weight 2 as listed above.

Does not use quite a ball. Nice and easy. Smooth and rough side. Nice size for child's wash cloth.

I never thought to knit wash clothes, but now I will be making a whole bunch!

These are beautiful little wash cloths with enough pattern to keep the knitting interesting. They are small 5" x 5". I will try using worsted weight cotton yarn and size 7 knitting needles to see if it makes a dish cloth suitable for use in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing your pattern Emily.


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