This dishcloth can be knit with any weight yarn, to any gauge, and as any finished size, though I like it about 8”x8”.
You can just barely get 2 of these from 1 ball of solid-colored Lily / Sugar’n Cream (the ombres have a bit less yardage). Or, my favorite way to do it, you can knit one of these and one Easy as Pie Dishcloth from one ball.
In her 90+ years, my grandma must have made hundreds or maybe thousands of these dishcloths. Everyone who did her a favor or came over for dinner got one, neatly packaged in a plastic baggie. I’m lucky enough to have a drawer full of them (some knit by Grandma, some by my mom, some by me), and always keep one by my sink. Knit one for someone you love.
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Length/Width: 8"/20 cm
Measured after washing
20 stitches = 4”/10 cm in garter stitch, after washing. Stitch gauge is not crucial but will affect the finished size and yarn usage.
Advanced Beginner: basic eyelet lace
US #6/4mm (or size to get gauge) for knitting flat
06/2010 - originally published.
01/2019 - updated photos and layout, no pattern changes.