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Dish Cloth--Have any of you ever knitted this one?

Posted by trudymom (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 23, 10 at 9:51

Does this look like a hard pattern for a beginner? Do I cut the yarn after I knit with each color or carry it under? Any other hints?

Thank you!

Here is a link that might be useful: Dish Cloth

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RE: Dish Cloth--Have any of you ever knitted this one?

Honestly, if you are a beginner, you would be better off with an all-one-color pattern to develop your skills. You could be practicing ribbing, cables, basketweave for example. There are a million fun patterns, even some that you work in an image. The last one I did was an owl, and it was very cute and fun to do.

Did you join You should. As much as I love GardenWeb, Ravelry is super-active with hundreds of patterns and forums to help you which have more traffic than here.

RE: Dish Cloth--Have any of you ever knitted this one?

socks12345, great suggestions! Thank you!!

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