This will likely be the easiest tutorial I ever write.
Most knitters could very easily figure this one out, but I kept forgetting how to make it and couldn't find a pattern, so I'm making one! Probably as much for me as for you.
- cotton yarn
- knitting needles in the size recommended on the yarn label
- tapestry needle for weaving in ends
A note about cotton yarn: I usually use sugar 'n cream or peaches 'n cream...the stuff you find at Michael's (and, of course, I always want to call it, "cookies 'n cream"). But, even more lovely to work with is Pima cotton. I found a nice one that comes in great colors at my LYS (local yarn shop). I also heard from a very reliable source (an online friend!), that Hempathy is wonderful for dishcloths!
Got your supplies?
Cast on 39 stitches (or any odd number)
All rows: k1, p1
Cast off when dishcloth is the size you want it to be and weave in ends
See? Wasn't that easy?
Let me know if you make any!