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Old 08-06-2007, 10:02 AM   #1
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Here's a pic of a side project I just finished up....a dishcloth in Sugar N Cream cotton to match my new kitchen!

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Old 08-06-2007, 10:12 AM   #2
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It looks terrific. I love the colors!
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i tried that pattern once and it was awful. yours looks great!
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Pretty color! I make most of my dishcloths from that pattern.
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Looks great. Whenever I make that dishcloth, I always end up with one corner more pointy, than the other!
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It looks great! this is one of my All-Time Favorite dishcloth patterns-soo easy!
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WOW! I am using that same yarn & color to make an eyelet dishcloth. This is the first time that I am using this yarn and I like it. The colors are great and your dishcloth looks great as well.
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Aren't they fun to knit and wonderful to use? I love this pattern and have knitted hundreds for family and friends and of course myself. They love them and beg for more every year.

Thanks for sharing!
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Great old pattern, nicely done. I think I like your kitchen sight unseen, based on the nice colors. :-)
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Looks great. Whenever I make that dishcloth, I always end up with one corner more pointy, than the other!


The BO point is always a little pointier..I try to weave in the end in such a way as to round it a bit.

I also didn't like the CO 4 so I CO 3 instead and increase in the center stitch with a KFB then continue with the pattern as written. I learned that from doing this other version and I use the same CO now for Grandma's Favorite.
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