Blue and White Handtowel

(Topic: Knitting)

Hi Friends!

I have been knitting a bunch this week. This particular pattern was nice and easy – I actually specifically picked it out to be one where I mostly don’t have to look at the pattern (unlike the green lacy cowl I am still plugging away at…), so it’s easier to do in the car on road trips.

This pattern is called the “At Your Service Knit Cloth” by Yarnspirations, and the yarn I used was from Plymouth Yarn, called “Fantasy Naturale” and is 100% cotton.

Isn’t the yarn pretty? I think the pattern really only would have needed one skein of this particular yarn, but I got 2 so I can do the color change. Since I’ll have extra, though, I’m going to make another one with the colors reversed!

The bottom portion of the dishcloth, up till the color change.

Here’s a close up of the decreases that taper the top of the towel. The edges of the towel are garter stitch, the center is seed stitch.

Done with the body of the towel, working on the hanging loop! The stitch marker is where the button will go.

Done with the top! The buttonhole only accommodates about a 3/4″ button.

Folded over, like it will when hung up.

Ta Da! We’ve been using it this week, and I really like it so far!



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