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.

 



{ 15 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.

15 Heather July 16, 2014

Was wondering if anyone knows the stitch pattern so that I can make this dish cloth wider? Pattern calls for 29 cast on stitches, is it just needing to be an odd number of cast on?

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