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Old 08-10-2007, 05:39 PM   #1
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my finished eyelet dishcloth
Just thought I would post pictures of my eyelet dishcloth. The yarn is peaches & cream. I enjoyed working with it and intend to buy other colors to knit up dish/wash cloths to give as gifts.
They aren't as pretty as others I have seen, but it's the first time I have attempted this pattern (from Vogue Kniting Stitchionary, Vol.1. So I am pretty proud of it... )
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Old 08-10-2007, 06:01 PM   #2
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Wow, it looks great! I think it's awesome that you found a pattern where you notice the eyelets and the variegated yarn - the yarn's pattern doesn't take away from the knit pattern! That's really cool, and you did a wonderful job

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It looks just great!
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Good job! That yarn is interesting too. Some variegated makes blotches and blobs of color but your size worked out perfect for nice stripes.
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