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Bubble Stitch Knit Dishcloth Pattern

Bubble Stitch Dishcloth

I started knitting this stitch pattern and found it a fun stitch to knit so I decided to knit a dishcloth. I thought I’d share the pattern with you. The bubble stitch is also called the tuck stitch. It’s not complicated but did take a few tries before I got it. There’s several videos of the stitch but they didn’t work for me. They use the right hand needle but I found it easier to use the left hand needle.

Here’s one video that I discovered. And here’s a photo of how I achieved the same stitch.

Drop stitch and unravel 4 rows, insert needle into live stitch from 4 rows below and catching strands from unraveled stitches, Knit through all 5 strands as one stitch

So here’s the pattern. I’d love to see your finished clothes. The color combinations are endless.

Bubble Stitch Dishcloth Knitting Pattern

MATERIALS

U.S. Size 7 knitting needles

Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn- 2 colors

Color (A)

Color (B)

INSTRUCTIONS:

Cast on 35 stitches

Knit one Row color (A)

Row 1: (RS) (B)Knit across

Row 2: (B)K2, P31, K2

Row 3: (B)Knit across

Row 4: (B)K2, P31, K2

Row 5: (A)K2, (K3, 4-row tuck stitch) repeat to last 5 stitches, K5

Row 6: (A) Knit across

Row 7: (B)Knit across

Row 8: (B) K2, P31, K2

Row 9: (B) Knit Across

Rows 10: (B) K2, P31, K2

Row 11: (A)K3 (4-row tuck stitch, K3)

Row 12: (A) Knit across

Repeat Rows 1-12 until measures 9 inches long ending with Row 6

Cast off

If you’d like to participate in Each Stitch Counts. Check out our Facebook Group HERE. The mission is to knit or crochet dishcloths, attach them to bottles of dish detergent and donate them to your local food pantry.

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