Thursday, August 31, 2006

My 1st dishcloth....Hey i'm a little slow with the easy things

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This is my first attempt at a dish cloth.

But I think it came out good, I really like it.

Here's the pattern, if anyone wants to try

Needle: #6
Yarn: 100% cotton
Cast on 4
Row 1 knit
Row 2 k2, yo, knit across
Repeat Row 2 until you have 28 stitches
Row 24 k2, yo, k11, p2, knit across
Row 25 k2,yo, knit across and all odd rows to 37
Row 26 k2, yo, k11, p4, knit across
Row 28 k2, yo, k11, p6, knit across
Row 30 k2, yo, k11, p8, knit across
Row 32 k2, yo, k11, p10, knit across
Row 34 k2, yo, k11, p12, knit across
Row 36 k2, yo, k11, p14, knit across
Row 38 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k8, p16, knit across
Row 39 k1,k2tog, yo, k2tog, knit across and all odd rows until finish
Row 40 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k6, p18, knit across
Row 42 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k5, p18, knit across
Row 44 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k5, p7,k2,p7, knit across
Row 46 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k5, p5,k4,p5, knit across
Row 48 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, k5, p3,k6,p3 , knit across
Row 50 k1,k2tog, yo,k2tog, , knit across
Repeat Row 50 until you have 4 stitches on the needle.You can now either bind off or do a round of single crochet and make a little loop of chain stitches in one corner so you can hang the cloth to dry when you are finished using it.

1 comment:

  1. Very cool dishcloth! I love the pattern. I am almost done with your bag - hehehe - I hope you'll like it. I have to find a cool closure tho'. I like your new blog template - all that yarn ;-)