Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern (PDF Download)
Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern (PDF Download)
Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern (PDF Download)
Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern (PDF Download)

Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern (PDF Download)

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About the Fruit Dishcloth Knitting Pattern: Wedge-by-wedge, enjoy seeing your fruit slice knitted up as a perfectly round circle knitted flat on straight needles. Our citrus shape appears by knitting twelve little triangles with the magic of turning!

Project Usage Ideas: These slices are great year-round as a dishcloth, washcloth, trivet, or sweet home decor. Our pots and pans stay scratch-free in our cupboard by placing these bright and cheerful fruit slices between them.

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• Written Knitting Instructions
• 8.5" x 11"

Knitting Materials: 

  • Yarn in cotton worsted weight – I knitted my fruit citrus slices with Sugar N Cream cotton yarn in colors Hot Green, Hot Pink, Hot Orange, Hot Yellow, and Hot Green. This yarn is perfect because it is absorbent, lightweight, and easy to wash out when using as a dishcloth.
  • Knitting Needles, size 7 US
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle

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Check out all of my Dishcloth Knitting Patterns, including my popular Egg Shaped Dishcloth.

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Christie Taylor
Cute Lime Pattern

This pattern was easy to memorize and put together once you get one or two wedges done. I made one for my coworker and myself. I plan on making it in more colors in the future

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Elizabeth Hanssmann

Turned out so cute! It’s a quick project and so fun!

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Lesley Hunston

Beautiful pattern to knit up, something different, which I like.

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Betty J

Easy to follow pattern. A fast and easy project while watching TV or while traveling.

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Amy

Easy to follow and clear. I can't wait to get started! My only caveat is that it'd be nice if the pattern had some estimate of how much yarn each dishcloth or set of dishcloths would need as I need to buy the cotton yarn and would like to know how many skeins I would need to purchase. Also, my only other minor criticism is that the video for this pattern on YouTube doesn't show the second row after the turn. It'd have been nice to see a second row in the video to understand the turn better.