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my dishcloths

Posted by minnie_tx (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 16, 09 at 23:48

I used a couple of my newly crocheted dishcloths tonight I made some about the size of a large round coaster and they are so neat to use in glsses etc. I like them better than the usual large square ones


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Minnie, I'm with you. Most of the crocheted ones are just too bulky for my taste and impossible to wring out. Sounds like a good idea. Any photos?


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I love crocheting dishcloths too. I'd love to see pictures!
They are quick and so easy to do! Instant gratification!


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I'll take some later. My stash of the discloth yarn is almost gone thank goodness since it is so addictive and so easy to use. I'm now doing a mat for my computer chair with a dark green.


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Here they are I haven't tied up all the ends yet the larger ones are about 7-8" the small ones (my favorites) are about 4 1/2"

Here is a link that might be useful: My Dishcloths


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Lovely! I make a lot of dishcloths too. I keep them around as gifts to include in packages I send to others. People really like getting a homemade dishcloth! Nothing like them!


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The trouble with making dishcloths is they are fun and fast although on the round ones you have to keep counting between the increases .


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I knit mine. They are "no brainers", as I don't need to think, nor look, when I do them. I almost always have one going, and I usually have a stash to give away.

Kind of low right now, as I gave 7 to our former exchange student, when she came to visit, and another 2 for her to take with her to her "other mom" she is visiting right now. I need to make more.

You have quite a collection there.

Moni


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