The Bamboo Stitch Dishcloth written pattern can be used with the video tutorial on the “Handmade by Stacy J” YouTube channel. It‘s a beginner friendly knit pattern that only uses Knit, Purl and Yarn Over while slipping a stitch.There is also a row by row checklist to help you with keeping track. Enjoy!
Tutorial available on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/6-GagTi5av4j
At the bottom of this post you will find a pdf that contains a checklist.
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Easy / Beginner
8.5” x 8.5” / Gauge not important, but if you knit loose, you will use more yarn.
Yarn Over (yo)
Lilly, Sugar’n Cream yarn in Color “Swimming Pool” (100% Cotton, Medium 4 weight) 65 yards
Size 7 (4.5mm) Knitting Needles
2 stitch markers (optional for garter edge)
1 lockable stitch marker (for marking front of work)
Tapestry needle and scissors
Pattern length can be adjusted by continuing to do more repeats. End with “Final Row” repeat when you come to desired length. To adjust width, calculate the number of stitches in increments of 2 + 6.
Directions for the Bamboo Stitch Dishcloth:
Set up Rows
Cast on 44
K across for 3 rows
Use lockable stitch marker to mark RS / Insert stitch markers after beg k3 and before ending k3; carry them up the work until final rows.
(RS) K3, *yo, k2, pass yo over k2; rep from * until 3 sts remain, k3
(WS) K3, p across until 3 sts remain, k3
Rep rows 1-2 sixteen more times or until piece measures 8”
K across for 3 rows
Bind off knit wise and weave in ends.
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If you prefer a pdf, please feel free to download this printable pdf 🙂
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