Quick, simple, and fun to knit, the Lacy Snowflake Dishcloth makes for a cozy, practical wintry piece of decor for your kitchen. It adds a touch of homemade love to washing the dishes and some cheer during the long, cold winter months. The dishcloth features a simple lace motif that primarily uses knit together and knit together through the back loop techniques (and knits and purls, of course!). Learn more and get the links to purchase the pattern here, or have the free PDF sent to your email.
Snowflakes: each is unique and beautiful. I think they’re one of those parts of winter that will always seem a little bit magical. I’ve designed this snowflake dishcloth to bring a fun touch of seasonal warmth into the kitchen. Perfect timing, too, since the groundhog saw his shadow, and there's supposed to be six more months of winter!
Bonus? The dishcloth is both decorative and useful!
Knitting the Dishcloth
The Lacy Snowflake Dishcloth is worked flat from bottom up, with a seed stitch border and a simplistic snowflake motif in the center of the dishcloth. Learn more about the pattern and the techniques used in the pattern here.
This pattern works well with either solid or multi-colored yarns. Looking for yarn color suggestions or affordable yarn recommendations? Check out this blog post.
Want to see other knitters' projects? Check out the project pages on Ravelry here.
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