A Very Seedy Dishcloth

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Another breeze of a knit.  Easy and fast.  This was done while the children were couch-jumping and trying their best to make off with my pattern book.

This is a reversible seeded rib.

I love the scrunchiness of the ribbing and how easy it is to memorize the pattern so I can knit this anywhere.

 

A Very Seedy Dishcloth

Yarn:  cotton worsted, like Lily Sugar ‘n Cream

Needles:  US size 6, some knitters use size 7 for their dishcloths

Cast on 29 sts.

Rows 1-3: Knit all.

Row 4:  K6, *P1, K3, rep from * to last 3 sts.  K3.

Row 5:  K4, *P1, K3, rep from * to last 5 sts, P1, K4.

Repeat rows 4 & 5, nineteen times, or until desired length.

Knit all three more rows.

Cast off, cut yarn, and weave in ends.

 



{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

1 terri November 5, 2011

Love this pattern! Thanks for a free and easy to knit discloth. Crocheting is easier for me to do, but I can knit also. These little dishcloths make wonderful presents and are quick to work up.

2 Pamela Foster November 5, 2011

I really have to learn to knit!

3 NJ November 5, 2011

Thank you! I was looking for something quick to help fill up some Xmas boxes and this looks perfect.

4 Stephanie A. November 5, 2011

I love all the knit patterns you put up for us! Thank you so much! Knit dishcloths are my comfort knitting!

5 Deb November 5, 2011

keep the dishcloths coming!!

6 Stacy November 19, 2011

I just fell in love with this pattern and just kept on knitting and knitting……now I have a beautiful cotton scarf! Thank you!!!

7 Tomato Lady November 20, 2011

Stacy–So cool! Thanks for letting me know!

8 Bev December 28, 2011

Why oh why do I have to waste 8 pages of paper to print a pattern that would easly fit on 1 page? Please don’t do that.

9 Tomato Lady December 29, 2011

Bev–Do what we always do. Select and copy only the text you want reproduced and paste it to a word processing document. I can get several patterns on one page this way.

10 Nonnie March 29, 2012

I make the same thing only I crochet them so if you don’t know how to knit you can crochet if you know how to do that. I have also made hand towels for the kitchen by making the pattern wider and longer.

11 Bali April 2, 2012

RE Seedy Disshcloth – would appreicate if you’d clarify on last instructions:KNIT All three more rows- Does that mean to knit 3 more rows or knit rows 1 -3, 4 & 5?

12 Tomato Lady April 2, 2012

Bali–Just knit three more knit rows to wrap it up.

13 Susan November 30, 2012

I love this dishcloth pattern and would like to write about making them for Christmas presents in my blog. May I post a link to your pattern in my blog?

14 Daisy November 30, 2012

Susan–Thank you and yes that would be perfectly fine.

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