Learn to Knit a Loganberry Dishcloth

Sooo…some of you are not into lace knitting, am I right? For those of you (ok, us) who shy away from lace, let’s talk about good, solid, new-to-us stitch patterns. If this summer is, for you, about trying new stitches with very little commitment, then our Loganberry Dishcloth Tutorial has just what you need!  Make a few today and fall in love with these tiny bobbles, so easy to memorize and fun to create. You’ll not only be left with a great stitch pattern to use again and again, you’ll have a dishcloth that’s useful, too!

Handy links:
Loganberry Dishcloth Free Pattern
Dishie Yarn

1 comment

  1. Sheree Ervin / July 5, 2016

    This pattern is one of my favorites both to knit and to use as a dishcloth! The pattern itself is not a hard one. You just have to keep track of what row you are doing so that you get the nice pop-out bobs. Great for scrubbing!