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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

"My first knit" dishcloth/washcloth

Since I am teaching a class at A. C. Moore and I wanted a REALLY easy and fast knit for the class, I decided to write my own.

I used Sugar n' Cream yarn because I like the feeling of it though Red Heart works better for dish cloths and size 7 (US) needles.

Cast on 24 stitches. Knit until you get the desired length (to get a square you fold the cast on to the knitted edge). Bind off.

Gauge is unimportant.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi-If you us sugar and cream, use size 8 needles and the cloth isn't as "stiff". I've never thought of using anything except cotton for a dishrag--I'll have to try Red Heart and see if I like it.

I tried this pattern to use to teach some friends to knit and give them a couple of different patterns.

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