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Triangles Kitchen Set

By: Joanna Curley from
Triangles Kitchen Set
Triangles Kitchen Set
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"The "Triangles Kitchen Set" is a complimentary dishcloth and hand towel with a playful triangle texture. Work it up with size 7 needles and a soft cotton yarn. 1 ball of cotton makes 2 dishcloths or 1 hand towel. It makes a great gift for yourself or a loved one! Beginners will appreciate the practice of knits and purls, while advanced knitters will enjoy the easy project."


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • 2 balls of worsted weight cotton yarn (240 yards) makes 2 dishcloths and 1 hand towel
  • Size 7 knitting needles

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I love that this is a matching set for both a dish cloth and a dish towel. I don't see that type of pattern too often! This will have to go in my file of patterns to make as gifts. Add some eco-friendly dish soap in a pretty basket or small crock and it's a housewarming present!

I am normally a crocheter. But I use to knit years ago so I am a born again knitter! I saw this pattern and thought it would be great to do to ease my way back into knitting. I was right. After doing a couple stitches it all came back to me. Thank you for bringing out my inner knitter again.


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