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I’m using sz US 4’s as I like my dishcloths a bit smaller but feel free to use whatever size needles you like for your size cloths..

You will need:

2 contrasting colors.  Preferably solids.

2 stitch markers for your border stitches.  This keeps them separate from the main body of the cloth. 

Always slip your stitches as if you’re going to purl.

Abbreviations:
WYIP: With yarn in Back
WYIF: With yarn in Front

Special Notes:
Border stitches are 4 stitches of knit. They will not be mentioned in the pattern so be sure to use stitch markers to separate your 1st 4 sts and your last 4 sts.

When you drop 1 color and pick the new color, always twist the new up and over the old.  Do not cut your yarn when knitting with new color.

        1-    With CC K across to end.

2-    K across to end.


3-    K across to end.


4-    K across to end.


5-    Drop CC and pick up MC K across to end.


6-    With MC k4, purl to last 4 sts, k4.


7-    With CC, *k5, sl2 wyib; rep from * end k2.


8-     k2, * sl2 wyif, k5; rep from * .


9-    With MC   k2* sl1 wyib, k1, sl1 wyib, k4; rep from * .


10-    * p4, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif;  rep from *, end p2.


11-     With CC;  k1, sl1 wyib, *k5, sl2 wyib; rep from * , k5, sl1, k1.


12-     k1, sl1 wyif, * k5, sl2 wyif; rep from * to last 11 sts, k5, sl1, k1.


13-    With MC;   * k4, sl1 wyib, k1, sl1 wyib; rep from *, k2.


14-   p2, * sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, p4, rep from *, to last 4 sts.


15-    With CC;   k2, * sl2 wyib, k5; rep from * to last 4 sts.


16-   * k5, sl2 wyif; rep from *, end k2.


17-  With MC; k across to end.


18-    Purl across.


19-   With CC;   k2, * sl2 wyib, k5; rep from *.


20-   *k5, sl2 wyif; rep from *, end k2


21-  With MC;   * k4, sl1 wyib, k1, sl1 wyib; rep from *, k2.


22-   p2, *  sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, p4, rep from *, to last 4 sts.


23-    With CC   k1, sl wyib, * k5, sl2 wyib; rep from *, ending k5, sl1 wyib, k1.

24-    k1, sl1 wyif, *k5, sl2 wyif; rep from *, ending k5, sl1 wyif, k1


25-   With MC   k2* sl1 wyib, k1, sl1 wyib, k4; rep from * .


26-   * p4, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif;  rep from *, end p2.


27-   With CC, *k5, sl2 wyib; rep from * end k2.


28-   k2, * sl2 wyif, k5; rep from * .


29-  With MC Knit across to end.


30-    Purl across.


31-  With CC Knit for 6 rows


Repeat Rows 5-30- 1 more time then
Repeat Rows 1-4 with CC.
Bind off.  Cut tails and weave in ends.
Block if necessary.


Optional version for a flat piece:  On all wrong side rows;
K 4, Purl across while slipping all slip stitches wyif, K4

©1-2012 SouthernComfortKC
 All Rights Reserved.  No part of this pattern may be reproduced or modified in any way or by any means without the prior consent of the designer.

(Footnote):This has only been tested once after the initial knit, so if there are errors, please let me know so I can get it corrected.

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Comments on: "Split Crescents for March" (3)

  1. This is beautiful!May I please have your permission to add links to your site to:http://dishandwashclothmania.com/I am strict about following copyright laws and only add links to patterns and not the pattern itself. Thank you for considering my request. Norma

  2. You sure can! Thanks for the honor.You can link any others if you wish to your site as well.Thank you,Michelle

  3. Thank you. I am working on the site now and will try to add links to all of your patterns today.Norma

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