Queen of Hearts Dishcloth [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Offer labor of love by washing dishes and keeping your pantry clean with this Queen of Hearts Dishcloth. This kitchen essential is an extra special pattern you can knit with love for those you love.

You can get the pattern for this pretty dishcloth on the Knit Picks website.

Queen of Hearts Dishcloth – A Sweetly Knitted Dishcloth

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

From the talented Stana D. Sortor, the Queen of Hearts Dishcloth is a heart-shaped dishcloth that does wonders to your kitchen. Because there’s nothing like a handmade home accessory to show some love.

In fact, this pattern is ideal for intermediate knitters to work on. It requires knitting of all rows, and slipping the last stitch at each row without knitting.

Once finished, a dishcloth measures 10.5 inches in width and 9.5 inches in height. That’s approximately 26.5 cm and 24 cm respectively if you prefer to use the metric system.

For this dishcloth, you will need the Dishie Multi Yarn, which is a worsted-weight yarn that’s made from 100% cotton. This yarn is tightly spun, highly absorbent, and durable. It’s a favorite choice for making home decors and other accessories for daily use.

Moreover, you will need a US size 6 straight or circular needle. That’s 4.25 mm if you prefer the metric system.

Working the pattern requires you to make a kfb or Bar Increase, which is a simple, left-leaning increase technique.

If you like to learn how to make the kfb, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for this technique. You can find the tutorial here: Learn How to Make a KFB or Bar Increase.

Finally, you will also be making the Basic Left-Slanting Decrease or ssk, which is a common decrease technique that’s usually paired with k2tog. For a useful guide on making this decrease technique, check out our tutorial here: Basic Left-Slanting Decrease (SSK).

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this sweetly knitted dishcloth here: Queen of Hearts Dishcloth Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Dishie Multi Yarn.

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