El Rey Viejo Washcloth
I’ve been making varieties of this washcloth for several years – a broken rib body section with some sort of border. It’s my favorite: easy to knit, a pleasure to use, and pretty to look at. Here, the knitted-on border with short row corners and grafted ends provides a little spice. The name “El Rey Viejo” honors a friend’s father, for whom I first knit this cloth.
If you are new to knitted-on edgings, short row corners, or grafting ends, consider using this pattern to try something new.
Find the video tutorials and demos for this pattern here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtAjA1irIGf54Je-ioKmnTcRaAgaroZLH
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