Loganberry Dishcloth

One of my favorite things to do in the summer is to ride my bike down to my local farmers market and choose a flat with 6 boxes of my favorite berries – blueberries, raspberries, strawberries – and of course loganberries!  When I finished my new dishcloth pattern, the bobbles resembled berries, especially in the bright Begonia pink of the Dishie color I chose.  So I decided to call it the Loganberry Dishcloth.


This was a very fun pattern to do – I’m not the biggest fans of bobbles but I do love them on dishcloths – they’re great for scrubbing those dishes.


And the back has a fun design too, something I try to do with my dishcloths but don’t always succeed.



We’ve been enjoying doing these dishcloths – and we hope you have been too!

Find this week’s dishcloth here:

Loganberry Dishcloth

And all of them are here!

52 Weeks of Dishcloth



  1. Arlene Jackson / November 4, 2014

    I love this stitch and am knitting a dishcloth now BUT it has holes between the bobbles from the kpk stitch. Do you have any suggestions? My needles are 4.5mm and yarn unknown but think it is cotton.

  2. Debbie / June 21, 2014

    I am trying this dishcloth and have just realized that the p3tog is creating a constant decrease? Where do I pick up the increase on this pattern? Too cute! Bu I am obviously missing a big part of the pattern!!!

    • admin / June 23, 2014

      Hi Debbie – you will be (K1,P1, K1) all in 1 st either before or after the P3Tog. That creates the increase.

  3. Diana / May 27, 2014

    Please let me know if the 52 week dishcloth has been put into a magazine or book? Would be easier then printing all these copies.
    Thank you for the lovely patterns.

    • admin / May 28, 2014

      Hi Diana, yes they will be collected in collection in early 2014!

  4. Freda Peisley / May 27, 2014

    looks yummy!