With this knitting pattern, you can make yourself a lovely dishcloth with hearts. You can make this a knitting-only-dishcloth or add the cute crocheted scalloped edge. That’s up to you.
Structured and Reversible
This dishcloth not only looks amazing, but is also very nice to work with as it is flexible, structured and strong at the same time. The structure helps with the cleaning and looks pretty on both sides. The bobbles can only be seen from one side, but the hearts still show on the backside.
While most dishcloths are squares, I make them rectangular. The reason? I once ran out of yarn 😉 Then I found out that I actually really liked the rectangular shape. It is easier to stuff the narrow side into glasses and mugs and as a bonus, the dishcloth can dry on top of my kitchen faucet without having to fold it. Try it and see if you like it too! If not, you can easily adjust this pattern and make your dishcloth a square.
You can make this dishcloth exactly to your liking, changing the color and size if you want to, adding the crocheted border or not. In the pattern you will find out how to adjust these things. Choose whatever color makes you happy or matches your kitchen and you have never seen such a cute dishcloth before. It almost makes doing the dishes fun!
Intermediate: you need to be able to knit, purl and follow instructions for bobbles. When you choose to add the crocheted border, that is also considered an intermediate level: you need some basic crochet skills, but nothing too difficult.
I used 1 ball of 50 g of fine cotton yarn. I like to use Schachenmayr Catania or Scheepjes Catona yarn, but you can use any fine yarn that is 100 % cotton.
Free Gift Labels
If you are planning to make this dishcloth as a gift, Home of Yarns also has a gift for you! You get free printable gift labels and wraps to make your gift look even more awesome.
This pattern is available in 4 languages: UK English, USA English, German (Deutsch) and Dutch (Nederlands)!
Color blind friendly
I made an effort to make all of the Home of Yarns patterns color blind friendly, with dark text on a white background and if a chart is included, it is always in addition to written out instructions. For the charts, I use symbols in either black and white or other highly contrasting color combinations. I am quite positive that I did a good job, but I am no expert on color blindness. If you need any assistance reading the pattern, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me and I will be happy to help you out.
I am also interested in making my patterns accessible for more people, for example, for users of screen readers. If you are interested in a special version of this pattern, so that it meets your specific needs, please feel free to contact me. Tell me all about what would work for you and I will try my best to make the pattern accessible to you. I would love to learn from you and make Home of Yarns more inclusive.
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