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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