Saturday, April 10, 2010

Tunisian Dishcloth Group

Someone asked me how I'm doing the dishcloths...sorry I don't remember who; I deleted the batch of emails :o(

I'm using an I size afghan hook, working 30 stitches across by 26 or more rows in length, then I do 3 rows of plain single crochet around for a border. These are made from Peaches & Cream worsted weight cotton so far. Nothing fancy, though I'd like to do some in that really yummy Baby Bee 50% acrylic/50% cotton.

These are the Tunisian Stitch cloths I've worked up so far -- except than wonky liitle wild one, which is already in the kitchen :o). I haven't steamed them to 'block' them yet so they are still a bit on the curly side, but that's ok.

They are working up really fast. I found a really pretty Tunisian Entrlac pattern that I might try out eventually. Not sure where my link is now, but the blogger claims it worked much easier using tunisian stitch than with her regular knitting.

All I need to work out now is a nice baby bootie using the tunisian stitch...anyone know of one?


Beautifully Veiled said...

I am a closet dishcloth crocheter. So I'm REALLY enjoying seeing your dishcloths. The way the pattern comes out in those is amazing. I love them!!!

Dixie Trish said...

They look gorgeous! Hope you sell all of 'em.

craftycountrymomma said...

I love the dish clothes, I myself can`t Knitt with Needles thats why I took up Loom Knitting because it`s the same thing. I love your Blog, keep up the good work.


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