For the last two weeks I have been obsessed with knitting dishcloths. I don’t know why, I’ve never liked them before, but all of a sudden I’m all about the cotton dishcloths! So, here is the Super Simple Slip Stitch Dishcloth pattern that I came up with quickely one night while searching through a stitch dictionary.
- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn, about 30grams
- 5mm Knitting needles
- Darning needle for weaving in ends
- Slip Stitch
- YIF (Yarn In Front)
- YIB (Yarn In Back)
Cast on 37 stitches using the long tail cast on method.
- Row 1: *K1, YIF, SL1, YIB* Repeat to last stitch, K1
- Row 2: K1, P to last stitch, K1
- Row 3: K1 * K1, YIF, SL1, YIB* Repeat to last stitch
- Row 4: K1, P to last stitch, K1
Continue in the above pattern until your washcloth measures square.
Bind of on the purl side. (I bind off in purl stitch, but either purl or knit will make for satisfactory edging)
See, I told you it was super simple!