Stack Of Dish Clothes.
Knitted Dish cloths
Knitted dishcloths in my opinion are much nicer than any I have ever bought.
If you are just learning to knit , knitting a dish cloth is the perfect place to start.
If you already have the basic knitting skills then you will find that knitting a dish cloth is really easy. Whether you are making one for yourself or as a gift. If you enjoy knitting , you will find that they can be knit very quickly . I find it to be a very satisfying and rewarding project. They can be knit up as a dishcloth or a washcloth.
Gifting And Other Purposes
They make a really darling baby shower gift or a wonderful housewarming gift as well. Depending on the pattern and yarn that is used used. A great project for the beginning knitter, however, even the most experienced knitter will enjoy making them.
It is the perfect project to have on hand. I always have a dish cloth on a pair of knitting needles . This way I can pick up where I left off and knit away at any given time.
I have found that knit and crochet dishcloths are great for cleaning surfaces as well, counters, stove tops, etc... They give that scrubability without scratching the surface..
I think now as I am retiring an old and well used dish cloth I will recycle it and use them on the floors as a mop.
St. Patrick's Dish Cloths and Coasters
These knitted pattern cloths are great for St. Patrick's Day. Use them as hot pads, oven mitts, or as decorative accents. These 4-leaf clover add texture and depth to the design.
Look out little leprechauns, this Lucky Clover Dishcloth is here to stay, With a little lace detail and minty green color, this dishcloth is perfect for St, Patrick's Day.
Fast and easy this cloth should knit up in no time ready for Valentine's Day. Or make it as a sweet gift for someone you love.
A Valentine's Day Surprise
Good To Go
If you enjoy crochet as well than you may enjoy Crocheting Dishcloths.
I always keep on hand a ball of 100% Cotton yarn and a size 7 Knitting Needles..
The perfect for me combination for knitting a dish cloth or hand towel.
They are also the perfect item to take with while waiting for Doctors appointments, game practices, the Department of Motor Vehicles , the auto shop etc.,
Learn Basic Knitting
If you are interested in learning how to knit, you will find it is not as hard as you think...Once you get used to holding the needles , you will pick it up really fast.
Watch the video and read the articles , the links have been provided below..
The very first thing you will learn is how to cast on. Once you have done so , you will learn the 2 basic stitches, which are the knit stitch and the purl stitch. Every knitted item that you create will use just these 2 basic stitches..
There are many variations, to add texture and design., But once you learn these 2 basic stitches., you will easily be able to learn others.
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Knitting, Knitting And More Knitting
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- Knitting Dishcloths Featuring Patterns
knitting a dishcloth is by far my favorite item to knit. Maybe because they are small, making them easy to carry around and because it doesn't take long to make .I can quickly see results and feel the satisfaction of a completed project.
- Basic Knitting Articles | The Knitting Site
Knitting Articles covering how to knit, how to purl, casting on and casting off. Also information for left handed knitters.
- How Do I Knit Lace Edgings
Knitting your own trim adds character to any item that you wish to add it to. Giving it your own personal touch. You can have fun as you knit trims to add your hand knits or your ready made items.
- Knit A Dishcloth Free Patterns
If you enjoy knitting as much as I do and especially knitting dishcloths. Then you are probably always on the look out for a new fun pattern to knit.
- How Do I Knit A Potholder? Free Patterns
Store bought potholders were just not working for me. They were either to thin giving me reason to believe that would not keep me safe from a burn or they were so bulky, that I could hardly bend them, again causing me to worry about getting burned.
- Knitting For Babies Free Patterns
The anticipation and the arrival of a new baby is an occasion for joy and celebration.
Create your own
By using some of the stitch patterns in the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible I have been able to create my own patterns and designs for hand towels, hot pads etc.
Japanese knitting Stitch Bible
Learn To Knit
Please Share Your Knitting Skill Level
Jean Hayes on September 14, 2020:
Discovered these lovely little cloths a few years, have list count on how many I’ve made
Carmen on November 09, 2018:
I'm always looking for new patterns and I have seen some here. Thank you.
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on May 23, 2017:
Click on the word Source then the word Scrubbies or Stack of dishclothes ..it will take you to the tutorial
Deb on May 23, 2017:
Where do I download the dishcloth that is labeled "Stack of Dish Clothes" above, and also the scrubbies pattern for the picture above?
Thank you so much!
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on May 11, 2017:
Donna This may work: iqa712amhpkc
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on February 16, 2017:
Hmm..let me see if I can add the link
janhookfin on February 15, 2017:
Trying to get the . Pattern for the double heart dishrag....is it not available
Gail Riel on November 04, 2014:
I have got lots of patterns from you but I can't seem to be able to buy more...would to buy many more... Could u please email me and tell me how to get them..... email@example.com
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on May 18, 2013:
Thank You misslong123 for the nice coments..Heading over to your hubs right now...
Michele Kelsey from Edmond, Oklahoma on May 18, 2013:
Thank you for sharing the beautiful patterns and websites. It seems we have a lot in common. I actually have the holiday ones printed, so I guess great minds think alike! lol. I am excited to be a follower and get more patterns. Great hub!
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on January 25, 2013:
Yes give them a try I think you will be glad you did...
Hendrika from Pretoria, South Africa on January 24, 2013:
I have never heard of knitted dish cloths so I am intrigued and I am going to try it.
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on January 16, 2013:
DianaLee its so nice to have memories of your aunt..great treasures for sure...thank you for the up vote.
Diana L Pierce from Potter County, Pa. on January 16, 2013:
My Aunt Lucy use to make these. We lost her to Cancer about 12 years ago and many of us still have these treasures to remember her by. Homemade dishcloths will out last any store bought one. Voted up.
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on January 08, 2013:
A great first project..when one is learning to knit..thanks for the visit
Ireno Alcala from Bicol, Philippines on January 08, 2013:
I have to bookmark this and save. I am widening my horizon with this kind of skill: knitting.
And I need those knitted dishcloths in the kitchen. :)
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on December 29, 2012:
Thank you Emma Ros., it is fun as well as inexpensive
Emma Ros from USA on December 29, 2012:
Lovely butterfly dishcloth. Knitting dishcloths is inexpensive and fun. Easy to do and not a colossal project. Thank you for the patterns