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Checkered Lace Dishcloth


This dishcloth pattern has an alternating pattern of stockinette and square of eyelets. The eyelets add a pretty and feminine aspect to the dishcloth, the squares add a country, homey feel, and the stockinette keeps the lace pattern from being overwhelming in such a small project. There is a moss stitch border to keep the dishcloth balanced and square. The lace pattern provides texture for cleaning, while the cotton yarn keeps the washcloth gentle enough for your skin or your non-stick cookware

The moss stitch border is knit right along with the main pattern.

Worsted weight cotton yarn is available at most large craft retailers and also at many smaller local yarn stores. Several colors and prints are available to help you coordinate to décor or personal taste.

Size: 10 inches square,

Materials: 2 ozs or more of 100% cotton worsted weight yarn . Lion brand Kitchen Cotton was used for this example.

Recommended Needles: Size 5, or the size you need for the proper gauge.

Recommended Gauge: 4 stitches and 6 rows per inch in stockinette stitc

Abbreviations: CO – the number of stitches to cast on and begin with.
K – Knit
P-purl
yo – yarn over
k2tog –knit two stitches together
Sl - slip the stitch
psso – pass the slipped stitch back over
p-purl
BO – bind off

Pattern Instructions

CO 43

Row 1: *K1, P1* repeat from * to end of row

Row 2: *P1, K1* repeat from * to end of row

Rows 3: repeat row 1, this should have you knitting in each our stitch, and purling into each knit stitch below.

Row4: first 3 stitches in moss stitch. K1, *yo, k2tog* rep from * 3 more times, total of 4 times. K10 *yo, k2tog* rep from * 3 more times, total of 4 times, K9, last 3 stitches in moss stitch

Row 5: first 3 stitches in moss stitch, P to last 3 stitches, last three stitches in moss stitch

Row 6: first 3 stitches in moss stitch, *sl1, K1, psso, yo* repeat from * 3 more times, 4 times total, K10, *sl1, K1, psso, yo* repeat from * 3 more times, K10

Row 7: first 3 stitches in moss stitch, P to last 3 stitches, last three stitches in moss stitch

Row 8 -15 repeat row 4-7 twice more, total of 3 times

Row 16: first 3 stitches in moss stitch, K10, *yo, k2tog* rep from * 4 times, K 10, *yo, k2tog* rep from * 4 times, K1, last 3 stitches moss stitch

Row 17: first 3 stitches in moss stitch, P to last 3 stitches, last three stitches in moss stitch

Row 18:first 3 stitches in moss stitch, K10 *sl1, K1, psso, yo* repeat from * 3 more times, 4 times total, k10, *sl1, K1, psso, yo* repeat from * 3 more times, 4 times total, last 3 stitches in moss stitch

Row 19:first 3 stitches in moss stitch, P to last 3 stitches, last three stitches in moss stitch

Row 20-27: repeat row 16 -19 twice more, total of 3 times

Row 28- 51 Repeat rows 4-27

K3 more rows, moss stitch, BO. Weave in ends, block if desired.
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