Lacy 4 Leaf Clover Dishcloth
© Designed By Rachel van Schie
March 01, 2007

1 ball kitchen cotton yarn
Size US 7 (4.5 mm) knitting needles

8 ½" x 8 ½"

Cast on 39 sts.
Rows 1 - 5:  (k1, p1) to the last st., k1.
Row 6:  (k1, p1)x2, knit across to the last 4 sts., (p1, k1)x2.
Row 7:  (k1, p1)x2, purl across to the last 4 sts., (p1, k1)x2.
Row 8:  (k1, p1)x2, *k2, k2tog, yo; rep from * to last 7 sts., k3, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 9:  repeat Row 7.
Row 10:  repeat Row 6.
Row 11:  repeat Row 7.
Row 12:  (k1, p1)x2, *k2tog, yo, k2; rep from * to last 7 sts., k2tog, yo, k1, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 13:  repeat Row 7.
Row 14:  repeat Row 6.
Row 15:  repeat Row 7.
Row 16:  (k1, p1)x2, (k2, k2tog, yo)x2, k14, k2tog, yo, k2, k2tog, yo, k3, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 17:  (k1, p1)x2, p17, k4, p10, (p1, k1)x2
Row 18:  repeat Row 6.
Row 19:  (k1, p1)x2, p16, k1, p4, k1, p9, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 20:  (k1, p1)x2, k2tog, yo, k2, k2tog, yo, k18, k2tog, yo, k2, k2tog, yo, k1, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 21:  repeat Row 19.
Row 22:  repeat Row 6.
Row 23:  (k1, p1)x2, p11, k2, p2, k1, p2, k2, p11, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 24:  repeat Row 16.
Row 25:  (k1, p1)x2, p10, k4, p1, k1, p2, k3, p10, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 26:  repeat Row 6.
Row 27:  (k1, p1)x2, p9, k5, p1, k1, p1, k5, p9, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 28:  repeat Row 20.
Row 29:  (k1, p1)x2, p9, k6, p1, k6, p9, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 30:  repeat Row 6.
Row 31:  (k1, p1)x2, p9, k5, p1, k1, p1, k4, p10, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 32:  repeat Row 16.
Row 33:  (k1, p1)x2, p14, k1, p1, k1, p14, (p1, k1)x2
Row 34:  repeat Row 6.
Row 35:  (k1, p1)x2, p11, k4, p1, k4, p11, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 36:  repeat Row 20.
Row 37:  (k1, p1)x2, p10, k5, p1, k5, p10, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 38:  repeat Row 6.
Row 39:  repeat Row 37.
Row 40:  repeat Row 16.
Row 41:  repeat Row 37.
Row 42:  repeat Row 6.
Row 43:  (k1, p1)x2, p11, k3, p3, k3, p11, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 44:  repeat Row 20.
Row 45:  repeat Row 7.
Rows 46 - 55:  repeat Rows 6 - 15.
Rows 56 - 60:  repeats Row 1-5.

Cast off and Weave in your ends!

Copyright © 2007 Rachel van Schie

** Blocking Your Dishcloth **
You can view my online blocking tutorial by following this link:

I put the finished Dishcloth on a folded bath towel on the counter (the reason for the folded bath towel is so that you have a thick "base" so that when you push the background stitches of your Dishcloth kind of makes the picture/letter stitches of your Dishcloth embossed or puffed up).  After I put the Dishcloth on the bath towel on the counter, I spray it with a water spray bottle until it's nice and damp...don't worry about how wet it gets, when the stitches are wet, they are really easy to manipulate...then I like to use the back of my knitting needle or fingers to flatten the background stitches, in kind of a "stamping" motion...when you flatten the background stitches, you will notice the pictures or words on your Dishcloth "pop" up.  When working with the letters/pictures, I use the point of my needle to "poke" or "push" the background-stitches that are right beside the letter/picture-stitches, down. Then I gently lay the finished blocked Dishcloth on a flat surface to dry…I like to use my cooling racks for better airflow.

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