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A Tisket A Tasket Dishcloth

A Tisket A Tasket Dishcloth
A Tisket A Tasket Dishcloth

"A Tisket A Tasket Dishcloth is a great practice project for learning the Tunisian Knit and Purl stitches. This pattern will also go through the steps of learning how to make attached i-cord edging. Make this step easy by using a cable needle. These little dishcloths are small so you can make them with a regular crochet hook without being worried about losing your stitches. Pick two colors of your favorite worsted cotton yarn to really make these dishcloths pop."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugenot needed for this project

Finished Size4 to 5 inches square

Materials List

  • worsted weight yarn
  • cable needle or double pointed knitting needle
  • yarn needle to weave in your ends
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I love finding new items to make for my kitchen. I always make my dish cloths and I am always looking for a new idea or design. I spend a lot of time in my kitchen and like it to be very inviting and have a friendly atmosphere. These dish cloths are great. Wish I had thought of doing something like this a long time ago.

Wow, this is a Intermediate pattern for sure. I enjoy doing the Tunisian crochet stitches because of their unique look. But adding the I-cord stitch to the border puts a new twist on this one. For the ones who needs it there are many videos out there to help with the different Tunisian stitches. After reading the written pattern for her Tisket A Tasket Dishcloth I was happy to see a video link on how to do the I-cord. I have saved this one and will be coming back to it when I have a nice cotton yarn for my dishcloth. Has anyone tried this? How did it turn out? I'm hoping the pattern works.. Thank you for sharing this free crochet dishcloth pattern, but mainly for the how to do the i-cord edging.

In addition to being a stand alone project, this is also supposed to be a practice piece for the designers next project (a small basket). One problem is that the designer presumes that the crafter is already familiar with both the Tunisian Knit and Tunisian Purl stitches. There is a brief explanation, but no photos. The pattern calls for each individual stitch to be alternated on the Forward Pass rather than an entire row

This is great! A person like me who's got no experience with Tunisian crochet, can use this dishcloth pattern as a practice piece. The Tunisian stitch can make beautiful dishcloths, don't you think? I see that she has used a regular worsted weight yarn for her dishcloth. I always thought that a 100% cotton or a mercerized cotton would be the best choice. True or not so?

I have to agree with you on using cotton for the dishcloth. You can use regular worsted weight yarn, but it doesn't hold up as well. I always use 100% cotton yarn for them they last longer and I think they look better.


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