Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure

June 28, 2017   /   byWhitney  / Categories :  Feeds

We love slip stitches because they make easy things look difficult, and we love handmade dishtowels because they make unpleasant tasks seem kind of fun. Our Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure check both boxes!

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

As complicated as these Dishtowels may look to make, there’s actually nothing fancy going on here. You knit every row with just one color, so as long as you can knit and purl, you can make them. And as long as you have dishes to dry and tables to wipe, you can use them, too!

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

We followed the pattern from our original Slip Stitch Dishtowels to knit this new set in Purl Soho’s Cotton Pure. A little heftier and a little softer, these are just as absorbent and beautiful. Our Slip Stitch Dishtowels Bundles will get you started, available in this pretty natural palette, plus two more!

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

Materials

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

Our Slip Stitch Dishtowels Bundle also comes in these classic colors…

  • Faded Blue, above left…
    • Color A: Egret White
    • Color B: Icicle Blue
    • Color C: Seaside Blue
  • Farmhouse Red, above right…
    • Color A: Red Nectar
    • Color B: Egret White
    • Color C: Pale Almond

Gauge

23 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

Size

Finished Dimensions: 11 1/4 x 17 1/4 inches

Patterns

For the free patterns for all three Dishtowels, please visit our original Slip Stitch Dishtowels story!

Three-and-One Tweed Pattern

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

Basket Stitch

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

Triple L Tweed

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

Slip Stitch Dishtowels in Cotton Pure | Purl Soho

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