The written pattern for the Learn to Knit – Dishcloth can be used with the video tutorial on the “Handmade by Stacy J” YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/INhNJzggDj8. It‘s a beginner friendly knit pattern that only uses Knit and Purl. Enjoy!
Tutorial available on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/INhNJzggDj8
At the bottom of this post you will find a chart and a pdf.
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Easy / Beginner
11” x 10” / Gauge not important
Knit (k) and Purl (p)
Peaches & Cream (100% Cotton, Medium 4 weight) 85 yards
Size 7 (4.5mm) Knitting Needles
2 stitch markers
Tapestry needle and scissors
Pattern length can be adjusted by doing “Middle Ridge Row” repeats. End with “Final Row” repeat when you come to desired length.
*Purl will always be on WS (bumpy side) of work*
Directions for the Learn to Knit Dishcloth:
Set up Rows
1: Cast on 44 sts
2: Knit across for 5 rows
3: K5, p34, k5
4: K across
5: Repeat steps 3 & 4 six more times (12 rows total)
Middle Ridge Rows:
6: K across for 2 rows
7: K5, p34, k5
8: K across
9: Repeat steps 7 & 8 twice more
10: Repeat steps 6 – 9 once more
11: K across for 2 rows
12: K5, p34, k5
13: K across
14: Repeat steps 12 & 13 six more times (12 rows total); Remove stitch markers
15: K across for 5 rows
Bind off knit-wise and weave in ends
Below is the chart to help you along with your dishcloth. 🙂
When you choose to make your dishcloth, please tag me on your makes @handmadebystacyj and #handmadebystacyj – I’d love to see them!
If you prefer a pdf, please feel free to download this printable pdf 🙂
This pattern is not to be sold or copied in any way. The images, pattern and charts are copyrighted by Handmade by Stacy J and may not be duplicated. You are welcome to sell your makes, however I ask that you credit me as the designer. Also, you are responsible for providing your own photographs. Thank you!
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