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Sick of Winter Washcloth

By: Carmen Nuland from undergroundcrafter.com
Sick of Winter Washcloth
Sick of Winter Washcloth

"The Sick of Winter washcloth is a simple lacy washcloth that I developed one winter when it seemed the cold weather would never end. Make one – or a dozen in fun colors, to brighten up those dreary months! One ball of solid worsted cotton should make two washcloths. This pattern is easy enough for a beginner who wants to branch away from knit and purl stitches to try basic increases and decreases."

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • 1 ball Lily Sugar’n Cream; worsted weight, 100% Cotton yarn. 120 yards (110 m) / 71 grams
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Sick of winter? I know I am. The name of the pattern got my attention and I am glad it did. What a lovely pattern for a washcloth. I make a lot of wash cloths and dish cloths. They work up faster and last for a long time. This will look lovely in my bathroom. Easy pattern and I like that it includes a chart. It gives me more practice reading charts. Thank you!

I have crocheted many wash cloths and dishcloths in the past couple of years, but I have never seen a pattern before for one that is knit. Probably mostly because I have never searched for one or even gave it a second thought. I do like the tightness of the stitches for exfoliating your skin while showering.

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