This loganberry dishcloth pattern might possibly be my favourite dishcloth yet! It has the prettiest texture on top and will be perfect for stubborn dishes. The pattern to create the bumps is actually really straight forward and easy, but I had to concentrate a lot to make sure that I was putting my needle in the right spot, etc..
What I love about dishcloth knitting is that I can finish the project in a night or two – a couple of hours one night and then a few more hours the next night, or maybe the next. I just do a row or two in-between other projects (like my socks) or before my new night time reading ritual.
The next knitted dishcloth on my needles is using another free pattern – the flying geese. I’m really enjoying this one too, especially since it’s just plain and purl stitches to create the triangular shape. As always, I’ve tried out a few repeats of the pattern for you and it’s good to go!
Are you knitting (or crocheting) along too? If you are, don’t forget the #dishclothaweek hashtag on instagram.