Monday, 20 January 2014

Crocheting cont'd Dishcloth Series


Dishcloth series....... 

A few posts ago I started to crochet as many different
dishcloth/washcloth patterns that I could with the Bernat
Handicrafter large ball of cotton.

First of many:

The Shell stitch, rib stitch, single crochet, and the tunisian 
simple stitch.

If you happened to miss the first series go here.

Well I have now finished that large ball of cotton and

here are the last of the series.

The Bobble Stitch:

This stitch was fun to do.
So many variations out there.
This one is mine.

Then came the easy Double Crochet:

Lastly my favourite :

the Tunisian Knit Stitch.

I couldn't get over the thickness.
This would be a great addition to the counter
to dry a dish or two on.

Well I hope you have enjoyed this dishcloth/wash 

Now what can I do now?
My hands are always busy.........

Any suggestions??

As always thanks for your lovely
comments and for stopping by!


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  1. Lovely work Linda . Thanks for sharing . Have a good week ,

  2. They are beautiful! When I was first married some 21 years ago, I had a few crocheted dish cloths that someone had given to me. I loved them!

  3. Very pretty. I like the tiny stitches one. My granny used to crochet all the time. I have a few pieces. It's almost a lost art. Such pretties.

  4. Love how the Tunisian stitch worked out.

    I think we're all in need of more mittens to get us through this cold! Do that would be on my list of things to make. Or how about a pretty wrap or shrug to go with a spring outfit - that's more optimistic.

  5. Hi Linda! The creamy white crochet is beautiful. I know how to knit, but haven't tried to crochet - Yet. Too many things on my paint list! ha.
    Have a great day,

  6. Those are all so beautiful! My Aunt Joyce tried to teach me to crochet as a child. My stitches were either to lose or too tight. She said it was hard to teach a lefty :)

  7. They're all so pretty that I wouldn't want to use them! I'd love to just have a wire basket filled with them. Love the simple white color you used. They're classic!