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HP Dishcloth (v2)

© Michelle Malach

Supplies

1 skein of cotton, worsted weight yarn
US6 (4.0 mm) needles
Yarn needle

Abbreviations

MB = Knit 4

Instructions

Rows 1-4: Knit across.

Rows 5-8: MB, P28, MB.

Row 9: MB, P6, K5, P17, MB.

Row 10: MB, K16, P7, K5, MB.

Row 11: MB, P4, K9, P15, MB.

Row 12: MB, K15, P9, K4, MB.

Row 13: MB, P4, K6, P3, K5, P10, MB.

Row 14: MB, K9, P1, K9, P5, K4, MB.

Row 15: MB, P4, K5, P10, K2, P7, MB.

Row 16: MB, K6, P1, K12, P4, K5, MB.

Row 17: MB, P6, K4, P1, K1, P10, K1, P5, MB.

Row 18: MB, K4, P4, K6, P2, K1, P1, K2, P1, K7, MB.

Row 19: MB, P6, K1, P4, K1, P2, K6, P8, MB.

Row 20: MB, K15, P1, K5, P1, K6, MB.

Row 21: MB, P7, K1, P4, K1, P15, MB.

Row 22: MB, K15, P1, K2, P2, K8, MB.

Row 23: MB, P10, K1, P2, K1, P14, MB.

Row 24: MB, K13, P4, K11, MB.

Row 25: MB, P14, K2, P12, MB.

Rows 26-29: MB, K28, MB.

Row 30: MB, K7, P4, K3, P4, K10, MB.

Row 31: MB, P11, K2, P5, K2, P8, MB.

Row 32: MB, K8, P2, K5, P2, K3, P4, K4, MB.

Row 33: MB, P5, K2, P4, K2, P5, K2, P8, MB.

Row 34: MB, K8, P2, K5, P2, K4, P2, K5, MB.

Row 35: MB, P5, K2, P4, K2, P5, K2, P8, MB.

Row 36: MB, K8, P2, K5, P2, K3, P5, K3, MB.

Row 37: MB, P2, K1, P2, K2, P1, K2, P1, K2, P5, K2, P2, K2, P4, MB.

Row 38: MB, K3, P1, K2, P1, K1, P2, K5, P3, K3, P2, K1, P1, K3, MB.

Row 39: MB, P5, K2, P4, K4, P3, K3, P3, K2, P2, MB.

Row 40: MB, K2, P2, K4, P2, K5, P2, K4, P2, K5, MB.

Row 41: MB, P5, K2, P4, K2, P5, K2, P4, K2, P2, MB.

Row 42: MB, K2, P2, K3, P3, K5, P2, K4, P2, K5, MB.

Row 43: MB, P4, K4, P3, K2, P5, K2, P1, K1, P2, K1, P3, MB.

Row 44: MB, K4, P2, K2, P2, K4, P4, K10, MB.

Row 45: MB, P17, K4, P7, MB.

Rows 46-49: MB, K28, MB.

Rows 50-53: Knit across.

Bind Off.

Weave in ends.

Final Product

HP Dishcloth (v2)

Credit

Michelle Malach's tutorial was taken with permission from insanknitty.wordpress.com.

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