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Washcloth of the Month: November


As a reminder each month in 2022 I will be releasing a different washcloth pattern featuring fun design elements to try, as well as colors that represent the mood of the month. These projects check so many boxes:

  • Small & Portable

  • Super interesting! The pattern & colors will change each month

  • Easy way to learn or improve a skill on a small scale like lace or cables

  • Great palette cleanser between larger more complicated patterns or projects

  • Practical & versatile; at the end of the year, you will have 12 or more washcloths that can be used from the bathroom to the kitchen and everywhere in between.

  • They make great gifts!

November Washcloth of the Month: Wheat

For November I choose to go with another simple stitch pattern that consists of mostly stockinette stitch with a simple textured stripe. This stripe which is made by decreasing on one row & then immediately increasing on the next creates the perfect amount of texture for a washcloth. This pattern is easy to remember & easy to see where you left off, making it perfect for this busy time of year.

The skills used to create the texture are:

K2tog- Knit the next 2 stitches together

KFB- Knit into the front and back loop of the next stitch

These are simple enough for an advanced beginner and a great way to practice these two stitches. These techniques are also enough to keep the seasoned knitter engaged without being super challenging.

For Wheat I choose the colors before picking the design. I felt like the muted yellow color Bamboo had a real autumn vibe & paired with the neutral Ecru, the set was very fall.

The samples are knit up in Lily Sugar & Cream 100% cotton in Bamboo & Ecru.

The Details

Needles US 8 (5mm) needles

Yarn Lily Sugar & Cream Cotton

Bamboo & Ecru 1 skein for each color, or 2 skeins of the same color will make 3 washcloths ~70 yards needed for one washcloth Finished Size 10" square

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Happy Knitting!!!

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