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Posted by countryblocks (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 11, 10 at 22:44

My MIL has a potholder made out of a washcloth. It is crocheted around the edges. Very different. She said she bought it many years from a co-worker. Has anyone ever seen one and if so know how to crochet it all the way around? It is folded in an unusual way.

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RE: potholder/washcloth

Sounds interesting, but I've never seen one. Is it possible to take a photo of your MIL's potholder and share it with us? We might be able to help you out then.

RE: potholder/washcloth

I don't know how to post a picture.

RE: potholder/washcloth

You must have your photo already on a photo hosting website (like PhotoBucket) and then can post the link. If you are not able to do that, can you send me the photo in an email? Click on "My Page" after my name and you will see what my email address is. I don't think you can send attachments with email sent through the forum, but just copy my email address and send from your email program. I will then post the picture here for you so that others can see it and offer help, if available.

RE: potholder/washcloth

Here are some links, think this is what you want. Mary

RE: potholder/washcloth

Thank you acraftlylady. I found it on Craftsters. The only difference is that my mil had a crocheted edge. (3 dc, ch2) all around.

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