Learn to Knit Kits - Dishcloth (Bloom)
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- Enter Level 1 of the Learn to Knit Club and make your first dishcloths in three gorgeous colors! Everything you need to learn how to knit for beginners.
- Contains 3 balls of Dishie yarn (Azure, Begonia, and Sunshine), a pair of US size 8 (5 mm) Caspian straight knitting needles, and a yarn needle for weaving ends.
- Includes start-to-finish, step-by-step instruction booklet with photo illustrations, plus a pin to commemorate your first project.
- Dishie yarn is 100% cotton, 190 yards/100g per ball, a multi-purpose, practical wonder. 570 yards total.
- Caspian needles are Knit Picks’ own strong, smooth layers of laminated birch in lovely sea-inspired colors, easy on your hands and eyes.
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Enter Level 1 of our Learn to Knit Club, and complete a dishcloth in three gorgeous colors. The kit includes 3 balls of Dishie Yarn (colors: Azure, Begonia, Sunshine), a pair of US size 8 (5mm) Caspian straight knitting needles, a yarn needle, a handy instruction booklet with photo illustrations helping you every step of the way, as well as a pin to wear once you've completed your dishcloths. Join the Learn to Knit Club, and join the fun!
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I ran into a few problems initially and had to restart my first dishcloth twice, but once I got the hang of it, things went much more quickly. Because of this, I would recommend starting with a trial piece before actually starting your first project. I would work through a beginning knitter tutorial (like the one on YouTube by Knitting Help) to get a feel for the stitches, then start on the project after feeling comfortable with the basic stitches, yarn holds, etc. Additionally, at the end of one dishcloth, I was looking for something a little more challenging next and ended up re-purposing the included yarn for an easy baby blanket.
Overall, this is a great low-cost, low-effort way to try out knitting to see if you would want to get more serious about it, but don't feel like you have to turn out three garter stitch dishcloths before moving on to other projects.
Today, it arrived at my door! Being paranoid from another review saying the wrong book was sent, I decided to pre-open the box to be sure...
Lo and behold, wrong book.
I really don't want to return the whole kit to try to get a proper copy of the book, so I'll hunt for something I can print online and put in the box. The yarn and needles were what I'd wanted, just really glad I didn't have this sent on to her directly!