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Witches Hat Dishcloth

© Pren

Supplies

2 skeins of worsted weight cotton yarn in contrasting colors
US6 (4.00 mm) knitting needles
H/8 (5.00 mm) crochet hook
Tapestry needle

Instructions

CO 30 with main color (MC).

Row 1: P across.

Row 2: K across.

Row 3: P14, K2, P14.

Row 4: K12, P6, K12.

Row 5: P10, K10, P10.

Row 6: K8, P14, K8.

Row 7: P6, K18, P6.

Row 8: K4, P9, K4, P9, K4.

Row 9: P2, K9, P3, K2, P3, K9, P2.

Row 10: K2, P7, K3, P6, K3, P7, K2.

Row 11: P2, K7, P1, K10, P1, K7, P2.

Row 12: K4, P5, K1, P10, K1, P5, K4.

Row 13: P6, K3, P1, K10, P1, K3, P6.

Row 14: K8, P1, K1, P10, K1, P1, K8.

Row 15: P9, K12, P9.

Row 16: K9, P12, K9.

Row 17: P9, K12, P9.

Row 18: K9, P12, K9.

Row 19: P10, K10, P10.

Row 20: K10, P10, K10.

Row 21: P10, K10, P10.

Row 22: K11, P8, K11.

Row 23: P11, K8, P11.

Row 24: K11, P8, K11.

Row 25: P12, K6, P12.

Row 26: K12, P6, K12.

Row 27: P12, K6, P12.

Row 28: K12, P6, K12.

Row 29: P12, K6, P12.

Row 30: K13, P4, K13.

Row 31: P13, K4, P13.

Row 32: K14, P2, K14.

Row 33: P14, K2, P14.

Row 34: K Across.

Row 35: P Across.

Row 36: Bind off.

Trim
Use contrasting color (CC) and H/8 (5.00 mm) crochet hook.

Insert hook in any st and join with a sl st, ch 1, sc in same st and in each st around to corner, (3 sc) in corner around to end, sl st in first sc.

Sc in each sc around.

Sl into next st *CH 4, skip the next 3 st and sc into the 4th st, sc into the 5th st.

Repeat from * around.

Sl into the next st, *make 6 dc in the next ch 4 space, sl into the next st, sl in the next st.

Repeat from * around.

Finish off.

Weave in ends.

Final Product

Pren's Witches Hat Dishcloth

Woozelmom's Witches Hat Dishcloth

Credit

Pren's tutorial was taken with permission from convivialcrafter.blogspot.com.

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