This textured knit dishcloth is super fun and simple to make. Dishcloths make for some of the best DIY gifts because  who doesn’t love a new dishcloth and  you can make them in under an hour!
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Hello friends! It’s been so long since I have written a blog post… about 9 months or so I think?? To catch you up since my last post in June I started working full time and… we bought a house! It’s a cute little fixer upper that was built in the 1940s and I am hoping to get some posts out about projects and decorating things.
We really haven’t done too much with it other than painting. I did however create a gallery wall around the TV, hung up some cute finds from Target and got some really good deals on new stainless steal appliances! Stay tuned for those posts coming soon. 🙂
To be honest the plan was to start back blogging again in January at the start of the new year but ended up not getting around to it, but in writing this post I am realizing that I totally missed blogging. It feels so good to be back!
The other night I whipped up these Easy Textured Knit Dishcloths. They are super easy and quick to make. I actually ended up knitting them at the same time. My size 8 knitting needles are pretty long and left enough room for me to cast on both. I just knit normally and made sure not to tangle the yarn balls.
A printable PDF version of this pattern can be purchased here.
Easy Textured Knit Dishcloth Pattern
Cast on 32 stitches
Row 1: knit 2, purl 2
Row 2: knit 2, purl 2
Row 3: purl 2, knit 2
Row 4: purl 2, knit 2
Rows 5 – 40: Repeat rows 1 – 4, 9 times
Rows 41 – 42: Repeat rows 1 and 2
Row 43: purl 2, knit 2
Bind off in purl 2, knit 2
Cut yarn and weave in ends, you’re done!
Fold them and tie with some hemp and it can make a great gift!
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Will you give this textured knit dishcloth a try?! Let me know in the comments section below!