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Old 08-18-2013, 04:11 PM   #1
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New favorite dishcloth pattern
Ohhh, I really like this one! Super fast, but looks really complicated. In fact, it is the EASIEST pattern so far. Every 5th and 6th stitch is slipped, so that acts like built in stitch markers, it's impossible to lose track of where you are. Fascinating thick circles emerge!

It would also make a great hotpad and I am going to make a scarf out of this stitch, too!http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/libr...people?page=42
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Old 08-18-2013, 04:34 PM   #2
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Cool cloth. I'm not good at navigating rav, could you link directly to the pattern please? TIA
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:02 PM   #3
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I saved this pattern already but was afraid to try cause it looked really complex to me. Now I've got to give it a try!!

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Cool cloth. I'm not good at navigating rav, could you link directly to the pattern please? TIA
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/circle-cloth
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Love the pattern May just have to try it out myself! Look forward to pictures of your FO.
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Since several of us seem interested in knitting dish cloths currently, maybe we should start a KAL for posting links to patterns and FOtos and sharing ideas and maybe a bit of *itching too. Just thinkin' out loud so to speak.

Thanks for the link, Woofens. I d/l it.
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
Since several of us seem interested in knitting dish cloths currently, maybe we should start a KAL for posting links to patterns and FOtos and sharing ideas and maybe a bit of *itching too. Just thinkin' out loud so to speak.

Thanks for the link, Woofens. I d/l it.
I think that's a great idea, GG.
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Jinx, you've outdone yourself! I love it, and think this is my next new sweater sabbatical project.
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I think that's a great idea, GG.
I second the motion!
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I saved this pattern already but was afraid to try cause it looked really complex to me. Now I've got to give it a try!!

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Woofens! It is SUPER simple! Do not be intimidated!
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