The Little Encyclopedia of Dishcloths
When you're constantly trying to spruce up your home and make a few changes, sometimes it can get quite pricy. I personally like to change up my kitchen for the winter and spring seasons; I like darker colors for the winter and bright and bold colors for the spring. An easy way to spruce up or add a splash of color is to pick just one room of the house; I choose the kitchen, and all I have to concentrate on are dish towels and dishcloths. When I came across The Little Encyclopedia of Dishcloths I got super excited! Crocheting your own products is a simple way to save money.
The Little Encyclopedia of Dishcloths is a handy little book that's actually perfect when you're on the go. With 96 pages full of handy patterns for useful items, you're sure to find something you like. Whether you're crocheting for yourself or looking to give a gift, there are plenty of options to choose from. There are 31 amazing designs within the book that are all easy to crochet. The dishcloths are made in several variations like chevron columns, classic granny squares, clusters, mile-a-minute, popcorn stitch, ripple stitch, spirals and so much more.
Each pattern is made using a medium weight cotton yarn, giving your dishes the best wash. Every pattern also includes the hook sizes, the gauge information, a stitch guide, as well as instructions. Toward the back of the book you will see abbreviations, symbols and terms, gauge information and figures that demonstrate certain stitches.
Anyone will appreciate receiving a set of dishcloths for a housewarming gift as well as a holiday gift; it truly is a great and easy way to switch up the decor in a home.