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Friday, July 19, 2013

On The Needles



I have been working on some new dishcloths. 
Mine are needing to be replaced.
I have 2 favorite patterns that I laminated back to back.
They fit into my little grab and go bag.
Easy, peasy but after not making any for a while,
I always forget how to do the decreases.
My other favorite is called DW Darrell Waltrip Dishcloth.
The page on Ravelry project page shows how fun using verigated yarns are.
And since you have to do the dishes, why not have a fun dishcloth!


I finished this scarf. 
I love the way it looks on Mr. Bear.
This one is now marked off the knitting UFO list.


I'm linking up to Judy L's On The Needles post at Patchwork Times.

8 comments:

Judy Laquidara said...

Thank you for posting those links. I really need to make myself more dish rags.

straythreads said...

thanks for the links I need to get daughter started on another and that would be a good way for her to learn to read a pattern. Its nice the bear can wear the sweater until winter!

Teresa in Music City said...

I just finished up a dishcloth in that yarn! It's a fun color!!! I love making dishcloths, and it's a good thing because I can't make enough to fill my family's orders :*)

justquiltin said...

That scarf looks so cuddly soft!

Amy said...

I love the scarf!!! It looks so soft!!! What yarn did you use?
I'll hold off learning to knit for a bit yet; let me master crochet first. But dishcloths seem like a great way to begin.

Happy Weekend.

LuAnn said...

Love your dishcloths. I just bought a new color of Sugar N Cream a couple of weeks ago and started one of the diagonal dishcloths. The Darrel Waltrip pattern is new to me, so I've printed it to try next time. I love working with variegated yarns, too.

Nancy said...

I knit the same dishcloths, and this post reminds me that I need to get some made.

Mr. Bear's scarf is beautiful: I love how the yarn striped.

Dar said...

Oh boy, I need some dishcloths BADLY. Guess it's time to try my hand at one of your patterns. Thanks for the links.