I’m particularly excited about the free dishcloth pattern this week! I was thinking about a scarf pattern I did several years ago, a two color striped scarf where each color was 1 row – to achieve this, you slid the project back & forth on circular needles to pick up the working yarn. I started playing around with some Dishie one day, trying to recreate it (I can’t find the pattern anywhere, though this one is similar), playing with different stitch patterns, and I really loved how it looked in seed stitch. So here’s the Woven Lines Dishcloth!
This was such an easy, mindless knit; I worked on it while watching a couple of movies one rainy afternoon. Seed stitch isn’t everyone’s favorite stitch, but I love it – I’ve always found the repetition comforting. Sliding the work back & forth along the needles was rather fun too. Plus very few ends to weave in!
And best of all, it’s completely reversible, which is always nice for dishcloths!
Get the free pattern here:
And check all the free dishcloth patterns so far – we’re coming up to the end!