You only need to know a few basic knitting techniques to work up the Hexagons dishcloth. If you know how to cast on, bind off, knit, purl and slip wyif and wyib you have it covered.
Not sure how to work a slip st? In a previous video tutorial, I work up a few rows of my Herringbone Linen dishcloth. In that video, I demonstrate the slip stitch. Herringbone Linen is a free dishcloth pattern and it’s found on my “FREE Patterns” page.
Click here to view the Slip stitch video
Merriam-Webster defines hexagon as a plane figure with six straight sides and angles. It sounds about right, but I just think it looks pretty.
Materials I used:
TAHKI ∙ Stacy Charles; 100% Mercerized Cotton. 108 yrds/100g.
Color #3723/Lime Green – 1 skein.
Size 6(4.00mm) knitting needles.
28.5sts and 40.5 rows/4″(10cm) in stitch pattern.
♥The stitch pattern repeat is also included. This info will help those who would like to use the Hexagons dishcloth pattern in designing a matching tea towel, baby blanket, or even a sweater. I know…I am fabulous!
♥As are all my knitting patterns; this pattern has been test knit twice and both professionally copy and tech edited for accuracy.
I am happy to help. You can always contact me if you have any questions along the way.