Circular Knitted Dishcloths Free Patterns

Circular Knitted Dishcloths – Free Patterns

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Have you tried making a dishcloth yet? As most of the patterns are square and quite easy to do, these circular projects might be a bit more challenging. Make sure to find your favourite round dishcloth knitting pattern to give it a go!

We said that circular dishcloths projects are more difficult to knit, but you definitely shouldn’t feel discouraged! They will take you on an exciting knitting adventure like you have never experienced before.

They have a unique rosette pattern. This way they can surely go on the center of your table as a placemat or a coaster. You can make them in plain or multi-colors and use up all that leftover yarn. Recycling and reusing will also help with being environmentally friendly.

These knitted dishcloths have multiple uses so they make an ideal present for all ages. Even kids will love to make their own designs for you to knit.

Check out these free patterns under the links below. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections for knitters: Easy Knitted Blankets and Easy Knitted Grocery Bags.

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Easy as Pie Dishcloth

Are you looking for a beautiful round knitted dishcloth pattern? This design by Emily Williams is fun to work on and looks so interesting. This may not be the pattern we would recommend for every beginner knitter. However, you can certainly learn some new knitting tricks by making it.

It is also a great way to become comfortable with new techniques such as working short rows or knitting backward. This free knitting pattern will require some grafting and seaming, so prepare for that too.

Use worsted weight yarn combined with a 4.0 mm knitting needles size. This will help you get the right stitch tension. If you already have a tapestry needle in your toolkit, it will come in handy for working this project. 

This lovely dish cloth pattern will make a great gift idea for a friend or family member. How about giving this knitted piece to your mum on Mother’s Day? She will surely appreciate such a beautiful handmade gift from you!

What colour version would like to choose? Or maybe would love to make each one in a different shade? That would look great too, so get all the yarn scraps you have ready to make this wonderful round dishcloth knitting pattern!

Level: intermediate Author: Emily Williams

Knitted Dishcloth

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Doily Style Dishcloth

The radiating star center gives this dishcloth a nice texture. It’s definitely eye-catching so use it proudly around your table as coasters too. The edgings of the star have a gorgeous openwork texture, we already have fallen in love with.

This set of dishcloths will certainly do as a beautiful handmade gift idea for a birthday or Grandmother’s Day. The pattern is also suitable for beginners. You can work it very easily with a back loop on the last round of star. If an easy dishcloth project is just what you need, then you have already found your perfect piece to go.

Make sure to work them with the cotton yarn if you want them have easily washable. Dishcloths can get dirty pretty quickly, especially on the dinner table. Therefore, use yarn that will make it easy to keep it clean. A set of four double-pointed needles 4.50 mm will be perfect for working this pattern.

Wondering where you could place them? Dishcloths make classy decorative pieces for your kitchen or dining room. However, one or two of them will also look great when put on a coffee table in the living room.

They will add some charm to your interior and will keep your furniture safe. And we know very well that it doesn’t take much to spill some tea or coffee on the table.

This pattern certainly makes a real gem among knitted dishcloths and washcloths, so be sure to give it a go!

Level: beginner Author: Lily Sugar’n Cream and Bernat Design Studio

Knitted Dishcloth

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