We consider the problem of open-goal planning for robotic cloth manipulation. Core of our system is a neural network trained as a forward model of cloth behaviour under manipulation, with planning performed through backpropagation. We introduce a neural network-based routine for estimating mesh representations from voxel input, and perform planning in mesh format internally. We address the problem of planning with incomplete domain knowledge by means of an explicit epistemic uncertainty signal. This signal is calculated from prediction divergence between two instances of the forward model network and used to avoid epistemic uncertainty during planning. Finally, we introduce logic for handling restriction of grasp points to a discrete set of candidates, in order to accommodate graspability constraints imposed by robotic hardware. We evaluate the system's mesh estimation, prediction, and planning ability on simulated cloth for sequences of one to three manipulations. Comparative experiments confirm that planning on basis of estimated meshes improves accuracy compared to voxel-based planning, and that epistemic uncertainty avoidance improves performance under conditions of incomplete domain knowledge. We additionally present qualitative results on robot hardware.