This reminds me of the slip stitched dishcloth.
Both designs look a lot like knit.
Thought it would be fun to make this to compare.
I’ve really been on a cotton kick because of the warm weather (and because cotton is great, as illustrated before), and I was all pumped up ready to do a blog post on crocheting a tunisian simple stitch washcloth out of some pretty blue cotton I’ve had lying around. And then this post from Purl Soho doing exactly what I wanted to do pops up on my Pinterest feed.
Well, hell. There’s really no reason to reinvent the wheel here. Or is there?
Reasons why Tunisian Simple Stitch is the ideal stitch for washcloths:
1. Two-sided: Tunisian simple stitch creates a smooth surface on one side of the work and a nubby, ridged surface (similar to garter stitch) on the other side. (The smooth side is pictured above, the nubby side is pictured below)
2. Tunisian simple stitch rows are compact and set close together- no…
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