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Ridged Knit Towel and Dishcloth


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Knitting pattern for ridged knit towel and dishcloth. This knit towel and dishcloth set was designed to go with my kitchen and also to use up some leftover yarn from other dishcloth projects. This is a fun and easy knitting project perfect for an advanced beginner who wants to try out some new stitches. The towel features a lace edge pattern and the base of the towel is a 4 row repeat in a rib knit pattern. The dishcloth is just knit in the rib knit pattern. To knit both projects you will need 2 skeins in a solid color cotton yarn, half a skein in another solid cotton yarn and a small amount leftover of a variegated cotton yarn. Both projects are knit on a size US 6 knitting needle - you can use circular or straight needles, your choice. The stitches you will need to be familiar with to knit these two projects are knit, purl, slip stitch, pass a slip stitch over, purl 2 stitches together, and yarn over. The pattern is a fairly simple 4 row repeat that is easy to follow. Instructions given for color changes or you could also make this in all one color yarn. This project can easily be knit in a day or two and makes a great gift. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic knitting skills and knowledge of terms GAUGE swatch in pattern 4 in. long by 3.5 in. wide SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS towel 19 in. long by 14.5 in. wide dishcloth 8.5 in. long by 8.5 in. wide PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lily Sugar and Cream Cotton

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cotton yarn in 3 solid colors and 1 variegated color
  • Size US 6 knitting needles, straight or circular
  • darning needle to weave in ends

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Kimberlees Korner
Kimberlees Korner
I have been crocheting, knitting and sewing for over 25 years. I love to be creative and design new patterns. I make most of my own clothing and have 3 sewing machines and a dedicated craft/sewing room. I also have an etsy shop Follow me on pinterest my blog or