Double Fun Dishcloth KAL No 2 — Fancy Beads Dishcloth

This week went by so fast! I enjoyed seeing all of your lovely dishcloths in my ravelry group and on the projects page!

And here is the second dishcloth of the Double Fun Dishcloth KAL — Fancy Beads Dishcloth!

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Knit along in my ravelry group! I’m excited to see your color combinations!

The darker color shows little beads that really pop against the lighter color. A seed stitch edge frames this dishcloth.

If you can’t decide on a solid color, try out a variegated yarn for the darker color to make your beads change color! It’s best to choose colors with a great contrast to highlight the little garter stitch beads.

And there is soemthing different about the pattern this time — there is a chart as well as written instructions! I know that lots of knitters love to work from charts and I hope that you enjoy this new feature.

There will be four dishcloths, each Saturday in July another one!
And each of them will use two contrasting colors and slipped stitches to create a stunning dishcloth!

Here are the Release Dates of the other dishcloths:
Dancing Dots Dishcloth (No 1) — released July 1
Garter Mosaic Dishcloth (No 3) — July 15
Up the Ladder Dishcloth (No 4) — July 22

Curious about the other three dishcloths? Have a sneak peek in my ravelry group or here at my blog

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Go to ravelry store

Size
Size is adjustable

Yarn / Knitting needle
Any cotton yarn and a suitable knitting needle

Basic stitches/techniques required:
Knit, Purl
slipping stitches

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