Knitted dishcloths the way grandma used to make them. That’s what I thought when I knitted these for the first time. It was just like when I used to go to my grandma’s house and watch her knit dishcloths. It has become very popular again to knit or crochet your own dishcloths to save the environment and ourselves from microplastics and other crap that is nowadays put in the disposable cloths you buy in droves.
Dimensions: Approx. 25 x 25 cm.
Material: Drops Paris
Consumption: 1 key per cloth
Stick: 4.5 mm.
Gauge: 17 stitches per 10 cm. in width.
Cast on 42 stitches on a 4.5 mm needle with Paris and knit 3 rows.
Now it’s time to work the pattern, but knit the first 3 and last 3 stitches throughout.
1. stick. *K3, yarn over, slip 1 knit, knit 2 together, lift the slipped stitch over the 2 knitted stitches, yarn over*
2nd stick. Vrang
3rd stick. *yarn over, slip 1 knit, knit 2 together, lift the slipped stitch over the 2 knitted stitches, yarn over, knit 3*.
Row 4: purl
Repeat the 4 rows
When the work measures approx. 24 cm in height and you have worked row 3, knit row 4, knit 2 more rows and bind off.
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