Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Dish Cloths on a Blue Round Knifty Knitter Loom

Knifty Knitter Dish Cloth Pattern
This pattern is for a dish cloth made using the smallest round loom in the set. It's a quick and easy project, perfect for the beginner. It's recommended that cotton yarn be used. The stitch used is the one-over-two stitch.

What you'll need:
Blue Round Knifty Knitter Loom
Cotton Yarn
Yarn Needle

  1. E Wrap the loom time. Reverse wrapping direction and wrap a 2nd time. Reverse direction again and wrap a 3rd time.
  2. Pull the bottom loop on each peg over the two loops above.
  3. Two loops will remain on the loom. Wrap once again and repeat step 2.
  4. Continue wrapping a row and knitting until the knit is about 9 inches.
  5. Use the panel stitch cast off to remove the knit from the loom. Begin at the end farthest away from the working yarn. Remove 2 loops. Using a crochet hook, pull the 2nd to the last loop through the last loop. Lift off the 3rd loop, pull the 3rd loop through the 2nd loop. Continue until you've reached the working yarn. Tie a square knot around the last loop.


  1. Thank you for sharing this project, but how many times do you wrap the loom?

    1. Till your length is about 9 inches long. Use a measuring tape, ruler, etc to check. Hope this helps!!

  2. I am new to loom knitting and knitting in general so forgive me if I don't understand. Steps one thru three; are these repeated until you have 9 inches or is this done once and then the remaining rows are normal ewrap. I would love to be able to see videos on these patterns. I am a visual person and understand better when I can see what is being done.

    1. Hi Donya, I will try to take some photos for you.

  3. How many of the pegs do you initially wrap? If you do them all it would be a tube wouldn't it?

    1. Hi, You wrap all the pegs. A tube only results if you knit continually in a circular direction. If you reverse direction, there is a gap in the knit and it results in a flat piece instead of a tube. Thanks for asking!!


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