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This is a variation of Amy Carpenter’s Round Dishcloth. I tightened up the gauge to make it more durable, and reduced the number of stitches to 18 to make it smaller. I also added a slip stitch edge and some extra yarn over’s for decoration.

This is a variation of Amy Carpenter’s Round Dishcloth. I tightened up the gauge to make it more durable, and reduced the number of stitches to 18 to make it smaller. I also added a slip stitch edge and some extra yarn overs for decoration.

Knitting Pattern Name: Tea Totaler (to carry your tea bags in) Free Craft and Knitting Tutorial Tea Pouch

I Heart You washcloths - free pattern

I Heart You Three Times – a free pattern

Free pattern - Add a touch of #vintage style to your kitchen decor with this #knit dishcloth featuring a sweet #ripple pattern.

Free pattern - Add a touch of vintage style to your kitchen decor with this knit dishcloth featuring a sweet ripple pattern.

Laura’s Blog Entry One thing I like to knit, when I am tired and everything else seems too complicated, is washcloths. Mari uses them to wash her face each morning, so they are useful. Many pattern...

Favorite Washcloth Patterns

I am most comfortable when my feet are warm. I sleep better, knit better, enjoy my coffee better and travel better with warm feet. This little pair of socks helps me keep my feet warm and fashionable. They are super stretchy and designed with a loose cuff so that they are comfortable enough to sleep in. I keep a pair in my car, my suitcase and my knitting bag. They also make terrific last minute gifts! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

I am most comfortable when my feet are warm. I sleep better, knit better, enjoy my coffee better and travel better with warm feet. This little pair of socks helps me keep my feet warm and fashionable. They are super stretchy and designed with a loose cuff

After this washcloth is washed and dried, it measures 8 square inches.

Lov this pattern for a quick and satisfying project when I need something finished lol. Ravelry: Grandmother's Waffle Washcloth pattern by Rachelle Corry (worsted weight) great pattern to try in a scarf

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