I like that pattern. Yours looks great in the denim blue too.
Look at you go! It’s a beauty. I’m struggling not to pick up the sticks at 12.43 am - just while I wait for my printer to do it’s thing...Hmn...
Good work Chris... you clever cookie! This could be the knitting pattern for me! Lovely colour.
Well done Mrs, love it.
It's lovely Christie...especially gorgeous in "pigeon blue". x
Really gorgeous colour and the textures in the pattern are sure to make light work of some baked on cereal and stuff! Might just have to whip one (or four) of these up ...
Just beautiful!!!! You are soooo clever.Tanya
wow, you are amazing. great dishcloth. i am off to buy some yarn and knit one over easterthanks
Thank you for the pattern, Christie, it's adorable!
if only I knew how to knit, it's a very beautiful cloth!
I have just stumbled upon your blog and am so impressed - your work and the photographs of them are beautiful - I am surprised you are taking a photography course! We too had a wonderful day at the Eltham railway recently so I was surprised to see your photos of it too - how cheap are those rides!! Incidentally the tunnels were my favourite part! Must run - kids need attention - sorry for the essay here but I just love finding gorgeous new blogs!Keep well... Cherri www.cherri-blogspot.com
Finally, a knitted wash cloth....I cant crochet to save myself. Thanks so much. Cant wait to try it.
What a lovely pattern with a beautiful presentation. Just one question:Why to instructions read:"Knit rows 1 - 6"Row 8......What happened to Row 7?KnittySmitty
I'm new to the whole concept of a knitted dishcloth so this might seem like a really stupid question... do you use it to wipe down the benches or actually wash the dishes or both? Yours looks super cute by the way!
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