Knit Cotton Washcloth with Crochet Edge

Knit Cotton Washcloth with Crochet Edge

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Knit Cotton Washcloth with Crochet Edge

"Knit a cotton washcloth in the woven lattice cable stitch, then trimmed with a simple crochet edge."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge stitches, rows, inches.

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Oh, My Goodness I never thought when I followed the link to a dishcloth I would find anything so beautiful! First off, this will be a great way for me to hone my cable skills on a smaller project. I see this beautiful project in a darling basket filled with spa gifts. Or maybe made up in darling baby colors, made smaller washcloths for that new baby. Along with all kinds of baby products. I really can't wait to make these up.

Is there a pattern for this...?

Hi there! You want to click the text that says "If you like DIY crafts, then you need to see this full project tutorial" and that will take you to the pattern. Enjoy! -Dana from FaveCrafts

This knit Cotton washcloth is the perfect gift. It is easy to knit up and cotton wash cloths are the best. I have made many of these for my self and gifts. Everyone loves them. They wash up really easy. I usually buy peaches and cream cotton yarn. they have a lot of different colors. Beautiful project.

I think I will making these!

My friend made me some. At first I felt they were too nice to use, but I used them for a long time. I felt they were too soft to do the job, however, they did do the job.

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