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Windmill Dishcloth

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Using only the back loops in this pattern you can make your very own Windmill Dishcloth. Using the back loops allows the dishcloth to lay flat. With worsted weight yarn and this free crochet dishcloth pattern you can give many as gifts.

Windmill Dishcloth
Windmill Dishcloth
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I Love this dishcloth. I just started getting into them. I prefer baby, doll, anykind of clothes, shawls, etc. I'm like everyone else; I start on a project and (think this won't take long) but get tired of it. I may finish it soon and maybe not. jmglowski 1611689 your question (back in Feb.) did u ever get it answered. If not I have the answer for you. tog over means to crochet two stitches together. In otherwords if it is telling you to to sc the next to st together then that is what you would do. Insert needle in the first st yo come back through go into next st yo come back through then with three st on needle will then yo again and pull through all yarn (leaving of course 1 st still on needle). I hope if no one has taught you this stitch yet then this will help you 2 mo. later. LOL

Well, here's another project I'll be doing. As if I don't have enough on my list! LOL

what does tog over mean? I am a new crocheter and not familiar with this term.

http://www.crochetnmore.com/123basics.htm Good site for abbreviations and other things new crocheters may need.

This pattern is hard to follow. Should I turn at the beginning of each row? When starting the second wedge, there are stitches left. That is, if I'm going down the correct side. Along the side I went down there were stitches left. It would help if the pattern stated, i.e. "leave remaining 6 stitches unworked," and then "turn."

Thank you for the pattern was looking for a gift to put with my gift cards, so there is something to open. This will work great. Thanks again.

I like the windmill Dishcloth, I will try to one soon thanks

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