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Free Knitting Patterns Review – Peace, Love, and Happiness Dishcloth Set
It’s interesting the way people learn a hobby, or find a passion. If the internet and YouTube did not exist, would I have ever even wanted to learn crochet or knitting? Nana sewed a little bit out of necessity, but I was perhaps too young to learn that. She did not knit or crochet. Crochet came to me through my pregnancy, when I wanted to make cute booties and a blanket for my little bundle of joy on the way. How did you learn to knit or crochet? I’d love to hear your story! Scroll to the comments section below to share.
Now I know for a fact these are great newbie knitting patterns because I myself am a “newbie”. I’ve been saying to myself, “I’ll learn to knit when I older” or “Knitting is too fussy for me” but somehow it has been creeping in to my crafty-time. After knitting a few cute hats for my daughter, I found myself wanting to practice knitting in rows – my weakness.
The perfect “practice project” for a beginning knitter has got to be a washcloth. They are a small, relatively quick project to work up. You can use up some of your inexpensive cotton to make a very useful item, and once you’re finished you’ll have a bit more confidence in tackling some more difficult patterns.
Each washcloth uses just a half a skein of cotton yarn. I used a larger needle than called for (7, I think).
Many thanks to Heather Mountain for sharing the free knitting patterns she designed!
Peace Dishcloth – Free Knitting Pattern – Add the pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Free Knitting Pattern – Peace Dishcloth
Love Dishcloth – Free Knitting Pattern – Add the pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Free Knitting Pattern – Love Dishcloth
Happiness Dishcloth – Free Knitting Pattern – Add the pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Free Knitting Pattern – Happiness Dishcloth