Sunday, March 2, 2008

More washcloths

All of my projects that I am currently working on are afghans. So I don't really have anything that is quick, easy, or portable (for crochet group) to work on. Washcloths to the rescue! I found this pattern in a book from my friend Ashley. And I love it. I have seen this stitch on flicker and Raverly but didn't quite know how to do it. What better way to practice than on a washcloth. I love the green and tan one and that will be a part of our kitchen from now on. The others do not have homes yet, but I'm sure I will be able to find them one somewhere.

8 comments:

Rebekah said...

very pretty! That stitch pattern is so cool! I have some sugar and cream sitting in my stash and desperately wanting to be made into a dish cloth...I'll get to them someday!

Anonymous said...

You are my hero! You get so much done. Wanna work on some of my projects? Or just tend while I work on some of my projects? ;)

Love you,

Chardell

Laurah said...

Ooh, the shell ones look so nice with the two different colors! I like the granny-center cloth a also. I never get tired of making dishcloths!

Lesalicious said...

Great work on the stitch patterns love it. :)I am a fan of the shells you did great.:)

CraftyAshley said...

Oooh! They turned out great! So tomorrow we are out and and seeing what the SnB group is like. I'm thinking about bring the FBB pattern with some yarn. I'm excited. Again great dishcloths!

CraftyAshley said...

Silly me and my acronyms. FBB is Fat Bottom Bag from the (what here is another one :-)) SnB book. Those bags with the circle handles. I will be making ones for b-days coming up this month. At least the is my hope. lol

CraftyAshley said...

Oh ya and GO JAZZ! Hope you and hubby have a good time!

Christina said...

I love the green and tan one! Its very pretty and looks complicated!