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Giveaway & Free Knitted Wash Cloth Pattern

There’s still plenty of time to join our Spring Home Decor KAL/CAL here on Ravelry! Today, we share a free knitted wash cloth pattern you can knit up in a jiffy using your favorite cotton yarn for your chance to win one of our fabulous KAL prizes. We also have a special bonus giveaway just for our blog readers (keep reading for more on that!).

If you prefer not to work two strands of a fingering weight yarn together in your project, you can substitute in a single strand of worsted weight cotton to make an equally lovely wash cloth.


Spa-Riffic Wash Cloth
By Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter
Finished measurements: approx. 10.5” square

Gauge: 18 sts & 24 rows = 4 inches St St

Supplies:
  • US 8 Needles (single point or fixed circular; cloth is worked flat)
  • 1 skein Kraemer Patti Yarn (100% US Organic Combed Cotton, fingering weight, 350 yards/100g), split into two balls and held double throughout
  • Darning needle
  • Blocking Mats
  • Knit Blockers

To make cloth:
CO 46 sts.

Work 6 rows garter stitch (knit every row).

Begin Patt Stitch:

Row 1 (RS): K3, *K5, P5, repeat from * to last 3 sts, K3.
Row 2 (WS): K7, *P5, K5, repeat from * to last 9 sts, P5, K4.
Row 3: K3, P2, *K5, P5, repeat from * to last 11 sts, K5, P3, K3.
Row 4: K5, *P5, K5, repeat from * to last 11 sts, P5, K6.
Row 5: K3, P4, *K5, P5, repeat from * to last 9 sts, K5, P1, K3.
Row 6: K3, *P5, K5, repeat from * to last 3 sts, K3.

Repeat Rows 1-6 a total of 10 times, or until cloth has reached desired length.

Work 6 rows garter stitch (knit every row). Bind off.

Weave in ends and wash with your favorite fiber wash. We recommend using Knitter’s Pride Blocking Mats and Knit Blockers to block to finished measurements like so:


Allow to dry, then enjoy during your next spa day!

Giveaway
We have a special BONUS giveaway, just for our blog readers! Leave a comment on this post telling us what project you plan to knit or crochet for our Spring Home Decor KAL/CAL for your chance to win the yarn & needles to knit this wash cloth pattern! Be sure to also mention your Ravelry ID or email address so that we can notify you if you’ve won.

We’ll randomly select 1 lucky winner to announce in this Ravelry thread on Friday, June 2. Good luck!  

ETA: We have a winner, congratulations to Raveler knit-frog-knit!

31 comments:

  1. Well, I might just be casting on this very wash cloth today! I seriously need some dish rags; with the kids home for the summer, the kitchen sink is constantly full. Rav ID amchart

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  2. I know I plan to make several dish/wash cloths. I like exploring new stitch patterns on something I can enjoy right away. Yvonne Murray (YvonneM)
    ymurray70@gmail.com

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  3. I plan to knit some dishcloths.
    Rav id: knittingdancer

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  4. This yarn looks much too nice for a dishcloth! I will definitely be making the pretty spa cloth. :) Rav ID: 3minions.

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  5. I will make a spa cloth- I really need one!
    Rav id alikat2004

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  6. I need dish cloths and this looks great! Love it, thank you so much!

    Rav ID:mysticsdance

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  8. I'm planning on making a few hand towels for my mother. She really likes my hand knit dish cloths, so these will be a nice addition. Savannagal on Rav.

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  9. I'm going to crochet some handy cotton baskets to hold trinkets (probably miscellaneous legos and rocks from my kids, rather than the jewelry or pretty shells I envision as I make them).
    Ravelry ID: kshufelt

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  11. I am going to knit some doilies for my aunt
    Fav ID Gracie57

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  12. I knit dishcloths and dress dishcloths and gift them. I think it is time to keep one! This is quite lovely. I may need to grab needles & check my 'stash' right away ; )

    http://www.ravelry.com/people/LeliaEvelyn

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  13. Gotta knit that Spa-riffic washcloth!

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  14. Love this and ty! Sorry about the anonymous posting here, none of my accounts are logging in, beadmaster on raverly.

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  15. This is a beautiful pattern. I've always crocheted washcloths, now I want to try this. I'm also thinking of making pillows for the living room. KrisMarie on Rav.

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  16. I plan to knit up some washcloths to give as gifts.
    Rav ID: Csandiego

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  17. I'm going to knit up some linen curtains.

    Revelry I'd: dodgeewe

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  18. So, pretty! I think this would make wonderful holiday gifts. Thank you so much. Good luck everyone on the drawing!
    Jody
    (knit-frog-knit on Rav.)

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  20. My daughter is moving into a new apartment on July 1st and I've been looking for something I can make for her as a housewarming gift. I think a couple of these clothes and maybe extending them to make matching hand towels would be just perfect!
    fountainofbeauty on ravelry

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  21. I started a blanket 5/8, just one day before you announced the KAL. I thought I'd give it a pass, but I've always thought Frankie Brown is a genius, and wanted to try her spiral 10 stitch, so today I cast on and will be making a circle 'til I run out of yarn. It should be a good size for a cushion, or maybe a hotpad. KittenWhiplash on rav.

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  22. I need new washcloths. This is a great pattern.

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  23. I have just retired and moved into a brand new home. While this is not our first home it is our first brand new home. I would love to do some hand and face wash clothes to match. These would be to go into our guest bathroom, so when our adult children visit it would look very nice.

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  24. I want to knit up a wash cloth or 2. Amyburl amybansak@gmail.com

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  25. I love this Spa-Riffic Wash Cloth and will be knitting it with my Knitter's Pride Needles. Thank you for the free pattern! Sandy4Cats on Ravelry

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    1. Oooopss! I was wrong, my set of KP needles doesn't have a needle that large. Maybe I'll win and increase my sizes!

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  26. Dishclothes and I would like to try making a pillow!!!
    Ravelry: dragonwood

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  27. I just finished knitting this but can't get it to load on IG but will try again tomorrow. I love how fast it knit up and that it's reversible!! I see many more of these in my future! Thank you.

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  28. Knit dish clothes are my go to knitting when I don't want to think too hard!
    Momolake on Ravelry

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  29. I was thinking my throw pillows look kinda dull and winter-y... thinking of making some bold spring/summer colored pillow covers...

    I am rjgosnell on rav. thanks.

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  30. Thank you so very much. It is a wonderful start to summer!
    Jody
    (knit-frog-knit)

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