Happy Friday, everybody!
Hope you’ve got a nice weekend planned with plenty of time for some fun and easy knitting!
Might I offer up a pattern for you to try?
How about my brand-new Checkerboard Dishcloth?
It’s a super simple dishcloth knit in a single color featuring subtle texture, courtesy of knits and purls.
It’s simple, timeless, and easy!
Oh, and did I mention, it’s free?
Get the pattern here!
When it rains, it pours, right! Another day, another free pattern! This one’s a cute little dishcloth, and it’s available through Knit Picks!
The Pinwheel Dishcloth is a cheerful little project with vintage flare. Based on a traditional American quilt block pattern, this dishcloth is a fantastic way to play with color and use up scraps. The Pinwheel Dishcloth is cast on between a Main Color and a Contrast Color section using the provisional cast on. Using short-rows and wrap-and-turns, the washcloth is knit to form a square, and finished with a few stitches of Kitchener stitch.
Get the free pattern here!