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Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern

Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern
Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern
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This petal-colored knit dishcloth pattern is a great way to get in the springtime frame of mind! The Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern is a sweet and simple cloth with a lovely stitch texture great for washing the day away. Fun knitting patterns for beginners can be hard to find, but the bright colors of these quick knit dishcloths will have you smiling as you work on them.They're fun and easy to knit, so pull out your needles and get into the swing of some springtime knitting!

Seed stitch in knitting is a great way to create a fun texture that catches the eye and makes you smile in delight. If you're just getting the hang of knitting and want to expand your skills by learning a new stitch, this free seed stitch dishcloth pattern is a great place to start. You will be able to work up this knitted dishcloth in no time. Whether you keep it for yourself or give it a friend, these knitted dishcloths are a fun and functional way to keep your kitchen tidy.

PLUS! Be sure to check out this helpful video tutorial to learn how to knit the seed stitch!

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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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These dishcloths are absolutely precious! I am a sucker for a good seed stitch pattern and I really like this one. They are just so cheerful and would make an absolutely wonderful gift. I think that it would be lovely to make some of these up for a housewarming gift in the colour of the host's kitchen and maybe tie them with a pretty ribbon around some wooden spoons. It would really be something that came from the heart. Overall, this is a quick knit pattern that doesn't require much time or financial investment. It's a good pattern for novice knitters to practice their knitting and purling. I have already pinned this lovely pattern on my pin board.

These wash cloths are soooo perky! It's February here and I could sure use a touch of spring. These are just the ticket! I bet they would look adorable crafted in white and placed along side some cheery colored handmade soap as a gift. This one is definitely a keeper!

These are so pretty - I just love the soft pastel colors. What I really like is the fancy border on these dishcloths. It's a little extra touch that you don't usually see in dishcloth patterns because they're such simple things. I sometimes feel funny giving people handmade gifts because I never know if they'll really appreciate all the work that goes into them, but with this pattern I'm sure they'll notice them and admire them just as much as I do.

I've been wanting to try out seed stitch, and I'm happy to find this quick project to practice with. Since it's such a small project, I won't have to be too disappointed if it doesn't turn out well.

Dishcloths and washcloths are perfect projects to learn new techniques and stitches. I've seen patterns for intarsia, miters, short rows, lace and all kinds of cables. They're really great - have fun!

These look very much like the one's my mum had .

these colours are bright happy ones - if one has to wash dishes then add colour and happiness -- these would be great as gifts and gifts to your own kitchen the printing suggestion below works well -- thanks

Pretty cheerful, washcloths. They would make a perfect housewarming gift for a new neighbor. They are simple to make and the designers choice of colors is beautiful. So why not make some for your own kitchen while making a few to give away?

why can't we print this out it is to long to hand write. there are others that I like and again you can't print them. Very up setting.

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Great pattern. Easy to follow and beautiful results. I increased the CO to make it larger.

I love the colors of these washcloths. I'm going to make these with yarn that is very soft, because I'm going to use them for my bathe. Thank you so much for the pattern.

JustbCrafty is the best knitting & crocheting site for all levels. Brittany makes it fun!

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