HASH knitting pattern for dishcloths or blocks

HASH dishcloth pattern HASH knitting pattern ohlalana HASH block

HASH knitting pattern for dishcloths or blocks

Hello!

The entire HASH knitting pattern is written and charted below, ready to be used to make dishcloths, washcloths, blanket or rug blocks… 🙂

Happy knitting!

Ceci

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You can also purchase the pattern in a high quality PDF file for $1 HERE. Or the ENTIRE COLLECTION! (look at the end of this post).

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HASH dishcloth pattern HASH knitting pattern ohlalana HASH block

MATERIALS

  • 1 straight needle US 7 (4.5 mm) for Casting on and Binding Off sts.
  • 1 pair of straight needles US 6 (4 mm).
  • Approx. 70 yds (64 m) of DK yarn (8 ply). OR 140 yds (128 m) of light fingering yarn (approx 3 ply) USED DOUBLE.
  • Tapestry needle to weave in yarn ends and scissors.

GAUGE / TENSION

21 sts x 28 rows in stocking st with US 6 (4 mm needles) and DK yarn =  4” x 4” (10 cm x 10 cm)

NOTE: the gauge / tension is not particularly important to make dishcloths. The final measure of my square, with my tension, is 8.5” x 8.5” (22 cm x 22 cm).

ABBREVIATIONS

  • CO: cast on
  • RS: right side
  • WS: wrong side
  • st: stitch
  • k: knit
  • p: purl

INSTRUCTIONS

– CO 43 sts with US 7 (4.5 mm) needles.

– With US 6 (4 mm) needles, knit 4 rows.

– Continue working for 55 rows as follows:

4 garter sts, HASH over 35 sts, 4 garter sts.

– Knit 4 rows.

– Bind off with US 7 (4.5 mm) needle. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

HASH dishcloth pattern HASH knitting pattern ohlalana HASH block

HASH knitting pattern: WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS

Row 1) and every following odd row (RS) k all sts

Row 2) p all sts

Row 4) p all sts

Row 6) p all sts

Row 8) p all sts

Row 10) p5, k5, p8, k5, p12

Row 12) p6, k5, p8, k5, p11

Row 14) p6, k5, p8, k5, p11

Row 16) p7, k5, p8, k5, p10

Row 18) p7, k5, p8, k5, p10

Row 20) p2, k31, p2

Row 22) p2, k31, p2

Row 24) p2, k31, p2

Row 26) p8, k5, p8, k5, p9

Row 28) p8, k5, p8, k5, p9

Row 30) p9, k5, p8, k5, p8

Row 32) p2, k31, p2

Row 34) p2, k31, p2

Row 36) p2, k31, p2

Row 38) p10, k5, p8, k5, p7

Row 40) p10, k5, p8, k5, p7

Row 42) p11, k5, p8, k5, p6

Row 44) p11, k5, p8, k5, p6

Row 46) p12, k5, p8, k5, p5

Row 48) p all sts

Row 50) p all sts

Row 52) p all sts

Row 54) p all sts

Row 55) k all sts

HASH dishcloth knitting pattern: CHART

  • Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.

Hash

STITCH GLOSSARY

Garter Stitch  

k all sts, all rows.

NUMBERS Series NEW para blog

 

Do you want to support (or keep supporting) my work?  You can now buy the PDF file containing my patterns, photos and charts for numbers 0 to 9 AND patterns for Asterisk and Hash HERE.

 

 

All squares have the same number of stitches and rows. Therefore, you will be able to join them to make a blanket or rug that looks like a phone display:

 

Numbers blanket@0,25x

 

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