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Belva's Sea Waves Dishcloth

I named this dishcloth after my grandmother Belva Loveridge.
She loved pretty things in the kitchen.

Materials:
Size 7 knitting needles
Worsted weight cotton yarn

Cast on 33 sts loosely.

Row 1: (ssk, yo) 4 times, k8, (ssk, yo) 4 times, k9.

Row 2: K9, p7, k9, p7, k1.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you have done 45 rows ending on a repeat of row 1.
Bind off on next row using pattern stitches of row 2.

Note:
ssk = slip, slip, knit (a left slanting decrease worked by slipping 2 sts individually as if to
knit to right-hand needle, slip sts back to left needle keeping sts in this position and then
knit these 2 sts together.)

Here is a close up of the pattern stitch



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