Garter stitch and seed stitch are two easy stitches to use in dishcloth patterns. Both stitches produce a reversible and textured fabric, which is convenient for washing dishes. More »

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Knitters who love the ease and quick speed of dishcloth projects will find plenty of free patterns available online, including the 52 weeks of free dishcloth patterns available from Knit Picks. Each week's pattern showca... More »

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Cotton yarn is usually used to make most dishcloth patterns. However, there can also be cotton blends that are suitable for these patterns. For example, the Knit Picks website has a variety of cotton yarns and blends ava... More »

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To make a knitted headband, cast the required number of stitches on the knitting needle, knit several rows until the desired length is reached using a suitable stitch pattern, and bind off. Finally, sew the ends together... More »

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Garter stitch, Stockinette stitch, basic ribbing and seed stitch are some basic knitting techniques. The most basic technique is the Garter stitch which can be achieved by knitting every row. The fabric created through t... More »

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Knitters who love the ease and quick speed of dishcloth projects will find plenty of free patterns available online, including the 52 weeks of free dishcloth patterns available from Knit Picks. Each week's pattern showca... More »

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Some interesting knitted kitchen towel patterns include a hanging kitchen towel with a pretty heart design, a rippled fingertip towel and a mitered dishcloth. Another pattern for out-of-the ordinary kitchen linens makes ... More »

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