This clever entrelac dishcloth is not as hard as it looks. Once you can get your mind wrapped around the fact that you are knitting a flat piece that appears three-dimensional on the needles, entrelac makes a nice change of pace from back-and-forth garter stitch. (Said wrapping may take a bit of practice, mind you -- I tried this cloth a while back and didn't get past the first few triangles, but this second time took a mere afternoon of uninterrupted knitting.)
Mine was a bit, er, pointy at the intersections -- I had to laugh at myself for primping it with the steam iron. Ironing dishcloths for a photo shoot! what next?!