The Scalloped Dishcloth Pattern may look a bit complicated but in reality, it’s an easy pattern to follow and knits up in a short period of time. The waves are created with yarn overs and slip stitches. With those couple facts in mind, that should encourage you to go just a bit deeper in the “Knitting” water. Maybe up to your ankles; not just your toes.
This gorgeous stitch pattern reminds me of a past visit to my sister’s home in Tampa, Florida. We spent many hours enjoying the sun and fabulously high waves of Clear Water Beach. She enjoys walking on the beach collecting sea shells so this dishcloth makes me smile every time I use it as I remember those happy times with my sister, Kathleen on the beach. Can you guess why? HINT: Waves and Sea Shells. 🙂
Without a doubt, I promise you will enjoy your knitting time and the end result will be very pleasing to your eye. In conclusion, If you wish to make your dishcloth square the directions for that are included in the pattern along with, of course, the pattern repeat.
Materials I used:
Lily/Sugar’n Cream; 100% Cotton. 120Yrds/70.9g.
Colors: A- #00093/Soft Violet, B- #00001/White– 1 skein each.
Needle size: US6(4mm).
16.5 sts/4″ worked in the stitch pattern.
♥Because I am so fabulous, the pattern includes the stitch pattern repeat.
♥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.