Ever since I used up a large skein of cotton yarn (603 yards) earlier this month, I have been wanting to do it again. My cotton yarn stash is my largest stash, so I brought one of my cotton bins in the living room so that I can hopefully use up most of it.free pattern.
Using a H hook
Chain multiples of 4
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook, dc across. Ch 3 and turn.
Row 2. *Front post dc (fpdc) in first 4 posts / stitches, back post dc (bpdc) in next 4 posts / stitches*, repeat to the end, and dc in the last chain 3 space. Ch 3 and turn.
Rows 3 & 4: Repeat row 2, but make sure to fpdc around the fpdc below and bpdc in the bpdc below.
Row 5: Bpdc into the fpdc from the row before, fpdc into the bpdc from the row before. Dc in the last chain 3 space. Ch 3 and turn.
Rows 6 & 7: Bpdc into the bpdc from the row before, fpdc into the fpdc from the row before. Dc in the last chain 3 space. Ch 3 and turn.
Repeat Rows 2 - 7 for however long you want. End on row 4 or 7.
the pattern a bit so that I could use what I had left of the pink yarn. This dishcloth used 46 yards of yarn and a H hook.
the pattern memorized.
free pattern. I used an H hook and 54 yards of yarn to make it.