Saturday, January 28, 2012

Easy Fun Dishcloth



This is a simple fun stitch pattern designed by dfr


who is not a professional designer. She's done some very nice items.


Dfr made this as a washcloth. Since I wanted a dishcloth I chained 2 more and did more rows as I get fewer rows per inch. Since I noticed that half way through the directions, I wasn't halfway in the size, I added two more rows of the hdc rows in the center.


I used an H hook and Peaches & Creme in Shaded Pastels. The finished size is 9 1/2" x 10" including one border round.


Give it a try.


I would have posted this earlier this week, but I was having trouble with the new digital camera--well, not with the camera, but the operation of.

10 comments:

Jilly Be said...

That looks cute, and almost easy enough for the knitting-challenged among us to try!.

Almost.

glorm said...

Thank you.

Um, Jilly, it's crocheted, but still easy. LOL

Jilly Be said...

Told you I was knitting challenged lol!

dfr2010 said...

What a cute yarn to do it up in, gloria!

Joansie said...

Very nice, Gloria. What did you get for a camera?

dfr2010 said...

Where are my manners? I forgot to say TY for the link, and the feedback on my pattern! (The coffee is working better this morning.)

glorm said...

Joansie, We got a Canon Power Shot ELPH 100 HS (to be specific). I think you just gave me an idea for a future blog. :)

glorm said...

Dfr, happy to do it. I'm so impressed with how well you've been doing with your projects.

I have a question on linking and will send a message to you about it.

catspec said...

Not only cute but useful! These things last for years and years as well. And they cheer up your kitchen! :)

glorm said...

Yes, they do last and you can't really have too many.