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How to Knit an Unbelievably Easy Dishcloth

How to Knit an Unbelievably Easy Dishcloth
How to Knit an Unbelievably Easy Dishcloth
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If you need a new dishcloth and you don't want to buy one but don't have a ton of time to make one then we have the perfect pattern for you! This How to Knit an Unbelievably Easy Dishcloth is the perfect video tutorial to show you a quick and easy pattern. Make sure you have a nice sturdy yarn so that it can withstand what you will be using the dishcloth for and just start knitting. You won't believe how easy this knitting tutorial is until you start it yourself.

BONUS! Check out our article on Beginning Knitting Supplies: The Ultimate Knitting Tools List to learn what you need in your knitting kit. 

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Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Yarn (try to get a sturdier kind of yarn)
  • Knitting needles

How to Knit an Unbelievably Easy Dishcloth

Easy Knit Dishcloth Knitting Tutorial

  1. Cast on 30 sts.

  2. Knit every row until Dishcloth measures 7½” [19 cm] from beginning.

    Pro Tip: "Make sure to use lotion while you're knitting this dishcloth if you are using a sturdy "scrubby" yarn since this can be hard on your hand while you continue to knit" - Heidi Gustad

  3. Bind off.

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I think I am going to like the knit and purl dish cloth.

The scrubby yarn is easy to work with and comes in many fun colors. I have several colors of scrubby yarn, including some sparkly colors. I like to make my dishcloths with a mix of scrubby and cotton yarns. They look nice and hold up well to washing dishes. I have made some in squares and some round ones on my loom.

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