Materials: One skein of Lily N'Creme Cotton in your preferred color. One 95 yard skein should make two dish cloths.
Hook: J afghan hook
Finished product should be approximately 8.5”x8.5”.
Gauge is about 14 sts wide by 9-10 rows high for a 4”x4” swatch.
Pick up 28 loops all the way across starting with second ch from hook. You should have 29 loops when you’re done (loop on end of ch counts as 1).
Work Afghan stitch for 21 rows. Tie off and weave in ends.
When I do the Afghan stitch for this, I’m picking up my loops by going through the front loop of yarn in the horizontal part of the stitch instead of through the vertical part of the stitch as shown in the tutorial. I skip the first horizontal since I have the ending loop already on my hook. I pick up the last loop in the last vertical stitch on the left end of the row. This helps keep it from curling as much as it does if I pick up the loops through the vertical part of the stitch.
Afghan stitch is also called Tunisian Crochet or Tunisian Knit Stitch.