LOGANBERRY PATTERNED DISHCLOTH - Decorate & More With Tip

2 Materials
$2
2 Hours
Medium

All right friends, it’s time again for another Under $10 on the 10th blog hop, hosted by my friend Tammy Patina and Paint. I always look forward to seeing the inspiration that everyone has to share each month! This month theme is Crafts, we have 6 bloggers sharing some crafts for under $10. I will have all the girl’s blog link listed at the bottom of my page.


For my craft I am sharing my favorite knitted dishcloth pattern using Dollar Tree’s Just Cotton yarn.

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What you’ll need:


  • A pair of knitting needles – I used size 9
  • Your favorite 100% cotton yarn – Peaches and Cream – Just Cotton (Dollar Tree)

Instructions:

  • Cast on 42 stitches
  • Knit 2 rows

Loganberry 4- row repeat pattern


  1. Row 1 – (right side) Knit 2, Purl to the last 2 stitches, Knit 2
  2. Row 2 – (wrong side) Knit 3, *in the 4th stitch (Knit 1-Purl 1-Knit 1) all in one stitch, the next 3 stitches Purl all in one stitch* repeat the two patterns to the last 3 stitches, Knit 3
  3. Row 3 – Knit 2, Purl to the last 2 stitches, Knit 2
  4. Row 4 – Knit 3, * the next 3 stitches Purl all in one stitch, next stitch (Knit 1-Purl 1-Knit 1) all in one stitch* repeat the two patterns to the last 3 stitches, Knit 3


  • Repeat the Loganberry pattern 8 more times
  • Knit 2 rows
  • Bind off

The Dollar Tree’s, Just Cotton yarn worked alright, however, I like the dishcloths knitted with Peaches and Cream yarn. The Peaches and Cream runs around $2.00 and the Dollar Tree, Just Cotton runs $1.25. Regardless which yarn you use it’s still a pretty pattern.


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Suggested materials:
  • Just cotton yarn   (dollar tree)
  • Knitting needles   (walmart)
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