Dishcloth Dresses

Knitting for the Kitchen in time for Spring

Spring 2018 is less than 3 weeks away and Easter is only 4 weeks away. I should probably be doing some Spring cleaning but instead, I’m doing some Spring knitting.   I find that I enjoy sprucing up my kitchen as I dream of the warmer weather, blue skies, and blooming flowers. New dishcloths are part of my knitting.   Several years ago, I designed the Dressing for Spring Dress Dishcloth as a special edition dishcloth dress.  I change my dishcloth dresses often and especially with each of the seasons and holidays.

Dressing for Spring Dishcloth Dress
knit dress dishcloth
Dressing for Spring

This knit dishcloth dress is not included in any of the collections.  I recently updated the pattern and it is available here.. Dressing for Spring has a lovely seed stitch accent in the skirt and fits your 10 oz dish detergent bottle.  I knit mine in a variety of spring colors.  Yellows, blues, and greens brighten the area near my kitchen sink.

Chicks and Ducks Dishcloth Dress

Another special edition dress dishcloth is the Chick and Ducks Cloth.  This was also a special edition cloth and you’ll find the pattern in this blog post for Mother’s Day 2015.

knit dress dishcloth

 

So grab your favorite dishcloth cotton yarn and in a few hours, you can knit each of these dress dishcloths.

And stay tuned for an updated version of my 2012 Let’s Travel Collection.  I’ll be offering it as a hard copy in addition to the e-book as soon as I complete the pattern updates.  Let’s Travel includes 7 knit dishcloth dresses that I know you’ll have fun knitting.

8 thoughts on “Knitting for the Kitchen in time for Spring

  1. Thank you for your website and your delightful patterns!! These dish detergent dresses will make such perfect house warming gifts!!

  2. Debbie,
    I love your dishcloth dress patterns! I made a bunch to go with my family gifts last Christmas. I am currently addicted to knitting with scrubby yarn, and a dishcloth dress with a scrubby component to it, maybe an apron would be great. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can incorporate scrubby yarn into your patterns?
    Thank you,
    Carolyn

    1. I’m so glad that you enjoy the dishcloth dresses. If you check on the Ravelry project pages, you’ll see a few that have incorporated scrubby yarn. One was knit using Going Dancing. The scrubby yarn was added to the stockinette rows of the skirt. Also check Instagram, the #dishclothdress has some other examples.

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