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3.333333 out of 5 stars

Fishbones Dishcloth Pattern

Designer: Knit Picks Design Team
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 9.5 x 9"
Yarn Lines: Dishie Yarn
Yardage: 165
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 7 (4.5mm): straight needles
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Worsted/Hvy Worsted
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The Fishbone dishcloth uses a very simple slipped stitch pattern to create a nice visual effect. It is very easy and is a good choice for beginner knitters or for knitters trying a slipped stitch pattern for the first time. The high relief textures makes for a very useful dishcloth.

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3 out of 5 stars

Love the look of this pattern but there is definitely an error! Should say slip three with yarn in front. Took me two rows of the pattern to realize mine was wrong. Now I get to rip :(

3 out of 5 stars

Just wanted to say I *think* there might be an error. A few rows into the pattern I realized the slip is in the back. I wondered if the pattern should say 'with yarn in front SL3'. ??? Or maybe I slipped incorrectly. Not sure.

4 out of 5 stars

This is my first washcloth and second knit project ever, so please take that into account. Pattern is easy to read and fun I am flying through it, my only knitpick (haha) is that when slipping the pattern doesn't say "with yarn in front" which I guess should be obvious but it took me two even-numbered rows before I realized my herringbone was on the wrong side of the pattern. Just something to think about.