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Old 09-05-2013, 10:24 PM   #71
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I've done a small swatch of this stitch, it is different from the Woven Stitch I referred to in an earlier post. This is another stitch that might work well for a dishcloth, certainly for placemats.

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Old 09-07-2013, 01:45 AM   #72
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Originally Posted by Woofens View Post
Here is my latest, Double Bump. chose the color because it is a bath cloth for my 11 yr old son. Lol.
Very nice Janis! And a happy 11 yr old son is a nice benefit too!
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Originally Posted by claireweber View Post
I've done a small swatch of this stitch, it is different from the Woven Stitch I referred to in an earlier post. This is another stitch that might work well for a dishcloth, certainly for placemats.

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That's a pretty stitch, and the colors in your swatch are yummy!
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:09 AM   #74
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I have a poor photo that I took with my phone on the front seat of my car. LOL It was an "in case I don't take a better picture" photo and I haven't taken another one yet.



This is the basket rib stitch, I believe, using Bernat Handicrafter Candy Shoppe in Red Licorice. It is laying on a log cabin baby blanket that I knit finished a year ago (two or three year project) and my NOOK (9") tablet for size, which isn't such a common object that it makes a good reference. However, I thought the teal looked nice against the red.

I went to JoAnn's and I bought a new yarn needle with a bigger eye -- didn't use it -- and then found my crochet hook over the weekend -- it is blue, size F. Still have dangling ends to weave in because I keep expecting to have an opportunity but don't. (I should have brought it with me today because I should have the opportunity tonight, but forgot.)

While I was at JoAnn's, I looked for more yarn because I would like one more skein each of Chocolate and White Chocolate and they still had the display -- but it was completely empty! Those sold out quick -- I guess I'm not the only one that likes Handicrafter.
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Old 09-09-2013, 12:27 PM   #75
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That's a beautiful blanket for the background to a lovely cloth. Very nice. I like the Red Licorice color a lot!
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That's really pretty and I love the blanket!
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Katie - These are both so beautiful! I love the color and the basket rib stitch pattern. And the blanket - it looks so snuggly.
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Another Cloth Stitch Pattern
Playful Plaid Cloth Pattern There are over 200 projects for this one, I haven't downloaded the pattern yet, but it looks great!
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I was looking around on Ravelry, and found lizard ridge cloth. I might give it a try.
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I had to d/l the Lizard Ridge. I must give it a try. Thanks, Janis! I got the Playful Plaid all on one page! Thanks, Claire! They both look like they have lots of possible uses. Now if I will just put ink in my printer I can print them.
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