Soothesayer Cloth

Designed to soothe any worries you have about working with wild coloured yarns.

Okay but like, have you ever looked at a skein of wildly coloured yarn and thought, “Pretty, but how would that even work?”. This pattern is for THAT skein. I’ve knit this up in a rainbow yarn, a proof-of-concept that even wild yarns can be tamed in a cloth. Make self-care a little more luxurious with this scrubby cloth!

This Soothesayer Motif is super simple (just a 4 stitch repeat!), yet the results are interesting and create a texture great for scrubbing and cleansing.

So many knitters go through a ‘dish cloth’ phase, and I was never one of them…so now I’m making up for lost time! I’m hooked! A great way to test out new stitch patterns, learn new techniques (like working slipped stitches and under loose stitches) and get a practical little swatch while you’re at it.

If you have the knitting and purling stitches down, but are curious how else you can remix them, this pattern is for you!

The Details

YarnDebbie Bliss Eco Baby,
Debbie Bliss Eco Baby Prints
NeedlesUS 3 – 3.25 mm
Gauge24 stitches and 30 rows = 10 cm
in No set gauge
LevelAdventurous Beginners

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