The Checkered Waves Knitted Dishcloth is the perfect project to brighten up your kitchen. To learn how to make your own see the pattern and follow along with the video tutorial below!
Hello and welcome back to my blog and if you’re new here I am so happy to have you! Today I am sharing a fun new knitting pattern – The Checkered Waves Knitted Dishcloth!
I’ve received some requests for a knitting pattern tutorial so I thought it would be fun to make this knitted dishcloth!
I love this pattern because the stitch combination creates a reversible fabric! The front of the piece shows of a quirky checkered wave pattern while the back features a perfect basket weave!
I really hope you enjoy this project as much as I did. To make your own check out the written pattern and video tutorial below!
In this tutorial I will walk you through step by step how to make the Checkered Waves Knitted Dishcloth. This tutorial was designed for intermediate beginner knitters and higher and assumes you already know the following skills:
- Casting on
- Knit stitch
- Purl Stitch
- Binding off
Once you’ve mastered the above skills I am confident you can tackle this project!
Checkered Waves Dishcloth – Written Pattern
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- US size 9 straight knitting needles
- 1 ball Lily Sugar n’ cream yarn (pictured in Tea Rose and Teal)
- Medium-4 weight; 100% acrylic
- yarn needle
- BO – bind off
- CO – cast on
- k – knit
- p – purl
- st – stitch
CO 45 st
Row 1: k5, *p3, k5; repeat from * to the end of the row
Row 2: p5, *k3, p5; repeat from * to the end of the row
Rows 3 – 6: repeat Rows 1 & 2 two times
Row 7: k1, p3, *k5, p3; repeat from * until last st, k1
Row 8: p1, k3, *p5, k3; repeat from * until last sk, p1
Rows 9 – 12: repeat Rows 7 & 8 two times
Rows 13 – 48: repeat Rows 1 – 12 three times
Rows 49 – 52: repeat Rows 1 & 2 two times
Row 53: repeat Row 1
Row 54: BO as you work a repeat of Row 2
Cut yarn and secure.
Weave in all ends.