Lemons on the Line Washcloth

I’m blaming my dish and washcloth making friends for encouraging me, and now here’s another offering using the Tipsy Lemon stitch.  Thanks to Dianna for suggesting the name!


This simple pattern is worked in an even number of stitches, in 6 row panels, so you can resize it to your liking.


You will need:

Approximately 1 ½  oz of worsted weight cotton (50 yds)

5.0 mm crochet hook

Yarn needle

Scissors


Finished size:

9.5 x 9.5”


Abbreviations:

Ch Chain

St Stitch

SC Single crochet

HBDC Herringbone double crochet

HDC Half double crochet

BLO Back loop only


Notes:

This pattern is worked in a repeating panel.  If you alter the sizes, you may want to consider adding extra row(s) of SC to top and bottom to square up the cloth.


For a photo tutorial and instructions on the Tipsy Lemon stitch, follow my blog link here:

https://kyliecrochets.blogspot.com/2020/05/tipsy-lemon-stitch-photo-tutorial.html?m=1



Pattern

Ch 31.


Row 1

SC into second ch from hook, SC to end, ch 1 and turn [30 st].


Row 2

HDC in first st and all SC across, ch 1 and turn.


Rows 3-4 (Tipsy lemon stitch)

HDC in first st, *HBDC in next st, SC in next st*, repeat * to * until second to last st, HDC in last st, ch 1 and turn.


Row 5

Repeat row 2.


Row 6

SC in first st and all stitches to end, ch 1 and turn.

Row 7

BLO SC into first st and all stitches across, ch 1 and turn.


Rows 8-12

Repeat rows 2-6


Repeat rows 7-12 three more times for 5 panels in total, finish off and sew in ends.




Comments

  1. Hi Kylie, Thank you for visiting and linking up at our weekly link party! This washcloth is lovely and I like the stitch you used. Your project is being featured tomorrow at Wednesday Link Party 352. You can check out the post here: https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/2020/06/try-this-greek-marinade-recipe.html Wishing you the very best, Rhondda

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  2. Thanks for the encouragement. And also for hosting these wonderful link parties.

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  3. I'm assuming that the herringbone double crochet is explained in the blog link?

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