Washcloth Quartet


Washcloth Quartet


Don't you hate it that store-bought kitchen sponges get old so quickly? I'm also not a fan of how expensive some of the fancier dish scrubbers can be. If you're in the same boat and are looking to save some money, try knitting your own kitchen supplies. With this free knitting pattern you'll be able to make your own Washcloth Quartet. Once completed, you'll have four visually appealing dishcloths that can be washed and reused again and again. Not to mention, these are also great for getting rid of excess yarn from your stash.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

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The four patterns in this group of dish cloths are garter stitch, garter stitch stripe (knit 5 rows, purl 1 row), sand stitch (seed stitch 1 row, knit 1 row), and dewdrop pattern, which is more open. Any or all of these make very nice wash cloths and work up quickly.

Do you have a twist stitch Knitting pattern anywhere on your site?I been meaning to find one to pratice that. I am getting a little rusty on it and thought I need a pratice pattern to work on. Thanks in advance.

log into "youtube.com". In search put in "twist stitch in knitting" . Everything you need should come up. I absolutely love the you tube tutorials. Hope this helped. I know you wrote quite a while ago, but just in case you still need help.......... Regards, Karen

The directions say that each cloth uses 40 yards of yarn-is my math off or is this a typo? seems like a lot to me...

Perhaps it meant for all the cloths?


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