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"I named this pattern the Bluebells Dishcloth because the stitch reminds me of Bluebell flowers. This project is a very quick and easy knit that has a wonderful stitch detail; it's also reversible! The dishcloth is worked as one piece, as the border is worked as you work the body. If you haven’t knit cables before, this is a great way to get introduced to them. It uses only one cable stitch and the rest of the stitches are simple knit and purl. The yarn used in this project is the King Cole Cottonsmooth DK. It’s 100% Mercerized Cotton and is oh-so-amazing to work with! It’s a dk weight, so it doesn’t make a bulky dishcloth, making it easy to get into those delicate dishes. If you plan on gifting your dishcloth, there are free downloadable dishcloth wrappers and gift tags on the website for you to use. They're a great way to add that extra personal touch to your gifted knit dishcloth. The pattern on the website includes the written directions, a chart, a video tutorial to help you along, if needed, as well as the link to the free downloadable dishcloth wrappers."
Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
- King Cole Cottonsmooth DK (100% mercerised cotton; 218 yds / 200 m; 100g; dk / #3 weight) yarn – 65 yds / 60 m
- US size 3 / 3.25 mm knitting needles
- Cable needle
- Tapestry needle
- Lockable stitch marker (optional)
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