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Free Dishcloth Pattern #2

dishcloth2_325I have revised and reworked my Dishcloth #2 pattern. I must not have been feeling very creative the day I named it!

I hope you enjoy this new version. The crochet edging is optional. In my picture at left, the tan cloth has the edging and the white with pink cloth does not.

Skill Level: Beginner
Needles: US 7
Yarn: Peaches & Cream or Sugar n’Cream worsted weight cotton in two colors
Gauge: Not really important for this pattern. My gauge: 6 sts = 1” in pattern
Abbreviations:
wyif – with yarn in front
wyib – with yarn in back

Color A is the background color.

With A CO 38 stitches

Purl 1 row

Rows 1 & 2: With B knit

Row 3: With A, k6, *sl2 wyib, k6; repeat from *

Row 4: With A, p6, * sl2 wyif, p6; repeat from *

Row 5: With B, k6, *sl2 wyib, k6; repeat from *

Row 6: With B, knit

Row 7 : With A knit

Row 8: With A purl

Row 9 & 10: With B, knit

Row 11: With A, k2, * sl2 wyib, k6; repeat from *, ending with sl2 wyib, k2

Row 12: With A, p2, sl2 wyif, *sl 2 wyif, p6; repeat from *, ending with sl2 wyif, p2

Row 13: With B, k2, * sl2 wyib, k6; repeat from *, ending with sl2 wyib, k2

Row 14: With B, knit

Row 15: With A knit

Row 16: With A, purl

Repeat rows 1-16 again, then repeat rows 1-8 once more.

Bind off & weave in ends.

For optional crochet edging, single crochet around the entire cloth, working 3 sc at each corner, with color of choice.


2 comments

  1. Mulch Wilmington

    With all the doggone snow we have gotten as of late I am stuck indoors, fortunately there is the internet, thanks for giving me something to do. :)

  2. RJ

    Wow, how pretty — and unique! Love the chain look. Thank you for sharing your talent with us!!

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