RIDGE RIB DISHCLOTH – Knitted Kitchen Blog Hop 2017

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Ridge Rib Dishcloth – Free Knitting Pattern

This Ridge Rib dishcloth works very quickly. Perfect for dishcloths or washcloths.

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SKILL LEVEL:
Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing.

MATERIALS:
Yarns:
Approx 60-80 yards Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – Mint

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Needles & Notions:
Needles – 4, 00 mm
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:
K – knit
P – purl
SL – slip

Size: approx 9 inches

Notes:
Due to the nature of this pattern – the yarn and needles used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used.
Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and also size of needles used.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

The Ridge Rib is worked over a multiple of 3 plus 1 (without border)

PATTERN NOTE:
If you wish to knit this pattern WITHOUT the border – after you cast on K one row before starting the pattern. Row 6 is the FIRST Wrong-side row.

Cast On 31 plus 8 for the border STS – 48 (9 inch dishcloth) or 61 plus 8 for the border STS – 69 (12 inch dishcloth)

You can choose to either do the Seed Stitch for the border if you are more comfortable and experienced with knitting – or if you are a beginner you can do a plain Knit Stitch border.

Border:
ROW 1: Knit until end. Optional Seed Stitch: P1; *K1; P1. Repeat from until end.
ROW 2 – 5: Knit until end. Optional Seed Stitch: SL1; *K1; P1. Repeat from, until end.

ROW 6:
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: SL1; K1; P1; K1);
Pattern – P till end to last 4 STS
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: K1; P1; K1; P1)

ROW 7:
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: SL1; K1; P1; K1);
Pattern – K1; *P2; K1. Repeat from * till end to last 4 STS
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: K1; P1; K1; P1)

 

ROW 8:
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: SL1; K1; P1; K1);
Pattern – P1; *K2; P1. Repeat from * till end to last 4 STS
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: K1; P1; K1; P1)

ROW 9:
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: SL1; K1; P1; K1);
Pattern – K till end to last 4 STS
Border – K4 (Seed Stitch: K1; P1; K1; P1)

Repeat ROW 6 TO 9 for pattern

Border:
LAST 5 ROWS: Knit until end. Optional Seed Stitch: SL1; *K1; P1. Repeat from, until end.
Cast off knit wise.

NOTE – CHART IS SHOWN WITHOUT THE BORDER
Chart is read from LEFT TO RIGHT – starting at ROW 1

CHART ALSO STARTS WITH A KNIT ROW (right side)

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4 Comments



  1. Author

    Hi
    Yes you may =D
    I have corrected the chart! Thank you! 🙂

  2. May I suggest your chart is not correct.

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