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Old 05-29-2013, 09:02 AM   #1
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Sea Waves Dishcloth
I got the pattern for this from the Monthly Dishcloth Yahoo Group. I used Colarado Knitting Yarn and size 4 mm needles and am using the cloth as a washcloth rather than a dishcloth.

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Old 05-29-2013, 09:09 AM   #2
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I got the pattern for this from the Monthly Dishcloth Yahoo Group. I used Colarado Knitting Yarn and size 4 mm needles and am using the cloth as a washcloth rather than a dishcloth.

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Oops, I thought I had the picture attached.

That should be better now.

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Nice! I like making dish/wash cloths. They're handy for take along knitting and always useful. If you don't mind seaming they could make a lovely "quilt" even.
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:40 PM   #4
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Perfect combination of yarn, color, and pattern. Very nicely done, and I agree, this would be a nice pattern stitch for an afghan, lap blanket or sweater.
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I like it! Colour, pattern....all very nice.
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Oh that is a really nice dishcloth! I love the yarn/pattern stitch combination! Great job!
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Thank you for all your kind comments. I'm glad you like the dishcloth.

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Could you post the pattern, Irish? I love it, would like to make one.
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Could you post the pattern, Irish? I love it, would like to make one.
Hi Woodi - that's a new name for me, I've never been called Irish before lol. I would need to ask if the pattern can be shared as I don't know if it's in the public domain or not. Will check today and let you know asap.

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What fun--making dishcloths into classy works of art! This is such a nice, muted color and the design is really nifty, too!

Doncha just love those quick easy little projects where you can try out a new pattern or mindlessly do an old favorite?
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