Dishcloth Knitting Pattern: Easy Stripes

Free Stiripes Dishcloth Knitting Pattern

 

As I’m sure you know by now, I love knitting and crocheting. I love pretty much anything crafting. Knitting dishcloths is one of my favorite things to do in the evening. It’s relaxing and keeps me from snacking. Yup, nighttime snacking is something I struggle with.

 

 

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I’ve shared a few knitting patterns on the blog which you can see here and here. This knitting pattern is pretty simple and creates  a different look on each side of the dishcloth. Since spring is in full force here I’ve chosen some spring colors for these dishcloths.

 

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Free Stripes Dishcloth Knitting Pattern

 

 

Supplies needed:

Size US 9 knitting needles. Plastic or bamboo knitting needles are my favorites. If you’re looking for some great plastic needles, check these out.

100% cotton yarn. I use either Crafter’s Secret which can be found at Hobby Lobby or Sugar and Cream which you can get on Amazon, at Walmart or Michaels.

 

 

Abbreviations:

CO -cast on

K- knit

P- purl

BO- Bind Off

 

Free dishcloth knitting pattern. Easy squares dishcloth knitting pattern. A great pattern for beginners.

Easy Stripes Dishcloth Knitting Pattern:

CO 30

Rows 1-5: Knit

Row 6: K3, P24, K3

Row 7: Knit

 

 

 

Row 8: Knit

Row 9: Knit

Repeat rows 6 through 9, 9 times.

You should be starting on the “wrong” side for the next row. Now knit the next 3 rows.

BO

 

 


 

You might also like: The 3 Best Yarns For Knitting and Crocheting Dishcloths

 

All that’s left to do is to weave your loose ends in. You’ll notice that each side of the dishcloth looks different. That’s what I love about this pattern.

 

 

 


 

Knitted dishcloths are an easy way to bring some color into your kitchen and great to give as gifts.

 

Free stripes dishcloth knitting pattern

Do you have a favorite dishcloth knitting pattern? I’d love to try it.

Make sure to check out these other dishcloth knitting patterns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Devon

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