I will give you the knitting pattern I have been working on for this month.
This is a washcloth/ dishcloth.
Gauge is not that relevant.
I used size 5 US knitting needles and a worsted weight cotton yarn. It was left-over Sugar and Cream or Peaches and Cream yarn. No label, and not much of it.
I am calling this my Adam Ant cloth…because the stitch is called the Ant Stitch in the pattern book that I am working from.
Here is a picture of my piece in progress…as yet, I do not have a completed cloth…so I can’t give you fixed final measurements.
I just wanted to make sure I got this up by the end of the month…so here’s what I have.
The pattern is thus:
Cast on 32 stitches using whatever cast on you are comfortable with.
Row 1: K2, Sl2 pw*
Row 2: P2, K2*
Row 3: Sl2 pw, K2*
Row 4: K2, P2*
repeat these four rows until your cloth is as long as you like.
Bind off loosely using your favorite cast off method.
Abbreviations used here:
K = knit
pw= purl-wise, as if to purl
*=repeat these stitches to end of row
Any questions? Please feel free to email me.