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Old 07-09-2013, 07:52 PM   #1
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Saw this knit by someone else on Ravelry and knew I had to make one.

It's a free pattern located here.

This was such a quick knit!! I love how the patterning shows up even with multi-colored yarn.

This will make a great addition to my dishcloth drawer!











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Old 07-09-2013, 10:29 PM   #2
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It looks like a very nice addition to your drawer. The texture looks like it will be a good scrubber for glasses and things too. Thanks for the link, I must make one also. Maybe it's too pretty for a dishcloth....
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Very nice colors and the texture looks awesome! Thanks for sharing the pattern - I see a new addition to my already overflowing dishcloth drawer!
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
It looks like a very nice addition to your drawer. The texture looks like it will be a good scrubber for glasses and things too. Thanks for the link, I must make one also. Maybe it's too pretty for a dishcloth....
Hey...at least you'll have something pretty to distract you while you're cleaning! I make all of my own dishcloths and washcloths. Knitted items should be used!
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I use knitted dishcloths, too! I've been wanting to make this one! Yours looks great!
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Love this! Gonna try one for myself!
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Thanks you guys! This pattern looks beautiful when done in a solid color as well. I think I'll be making more of these eventually.

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Originally Posted by auburnchick View Post
Hey...at least you'll have something pretty to distract you while you're cleaning! I make all of my own dishcloths and washcloths. Knitted items should be used!
I agree! I'm not into knitting museum quality heirloom pieces. If it won't be used, it's too much bother. I picked up some Peaches and Creme Hampton Twist yarn today, it's the one with red in it, and I really like the way it's working up. I'm working on this Sun Visor Cap. The leftovers should make a nice dish/washcloth. I've started using only hand knit dishcloths too. Washcloths are going to be all hand knit too.
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I agree! I'm not into knitting museum quality heirloom pieces. If it won't be used, it's too much bother. I picked up some Peaches and Creme Hampton Twist yarn today, it's the one with red in it, and I really like the way it's working up. I'm working on this Sun Visor Cap. The leftovers should make a nice dish/washcloth. I've started using only hand knit dishcloths too. Washcloths are going to be all hand knit too.
What an adorable hat pattern! Thank you for sharing!
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I like it! I may make this pattern for a wash cloth.
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