Knitted Heart Shape Dishcloth

Indulge in the cozy charm of the Knitted Heart Shape Dishcloth, a delightful addition to your kitchen essentials. Crafted with love and care, this unique dishcloth brings a touch of warmth and elegance to your daily chores. Its heart shape design adds a whimsical touch, making it a perfect gift for your loved ones or a charming addition to your own kitchen decor. Meticulously knitted with soft and durable yarn, this dishcloth offers both functionality and beauty. Its intricate pattern not only enhances its visual appeal but also provides excellent scrubbing power, making it ideal for tackling tough stains and spills. Whether you're washing dishes or wiping countertops, this dishcloth will become your trusted companion, bringing a touch of joy and elegance to your daily routine.


  • 1 Ball of Cotton Yarn, Size #7 or #8 US Knitting Needles, Darning Needle
  • Stitch Holder.

Notes: KFB = Knit the front and the back of the next stitch. For instructions you can visit YO = Yarn over, Tog = Together.


Cast on 3 stitches.

Row 1: K1, KFB K1 (4 sts).

Row 2: Knit across.

Row 3: K2, YO, K to end.

Repeat row 3 until there are 36 stitches.

Next: K2, YO, K2Tog, K to end.

Next: K2, YO, (K2Tog) x2, K10, K2Tog, place remaining 18 sts on holder.

Next: K2, YO, (K2Tog) x2, K to end.

Repeat last row until 8 sts remain.

Next: (K2Tog) x2, YO, (K2Tog) x2 (5 sts)

Next: K2Tog, K1 through back of next st, K2Tog (3 sts).

Next: Knit across.

Next: Bind off three stitches.

Move 18 sts from Holder onto needle and attach yarn.

-K2, YO, (K2Tog) x2, K to end.

-Repeat last row until 8 sts remain.

-(K2Tog) x2, YO, (K2Tog) x2 (5 stitches)

-K2Tog, K1 through back of st, K2Tog (3 sts)

-Knit across.

-Bind off three sts.

The designer crocheted a border after completing the heart.

NOTE: Designer states she did not write the original pattern that it has been on the web for years. The changes she made to the pattern are in the point at the bottom of the heart and the peaks at the top of the heart to give them what she thinks is a more realistic shape.

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