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Heart Dishcloth

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WOW! Now, here's a truly out-of-the-ordinary dishcloth! Your kitchen will never look the same after you make this crochet dishcloth!

Heart Dishcloth
This image courtesy of dishclothdiaries.blogspot.com

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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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Here is a nice heart-shaped crocheted dishcloth pattern! Don't let all the instructions keep you from making this pattern. The designer made sure to write this pattern in detail so you could be successful in making this heart dishcloth. Making shapes is very different than making squares or rectangles. Take this as a challenge to your crochet skills!

This is a very easy, fast pattern to follow. And with Valentines Day coming, why not do it in red for some of your friends gifts? I have a sister in law who has just about everything and what she doesn't have, I can't afford. But she does like homemade personal items for the house so this is great.

Just in case anyone was having trouble not wanting to print out a bunch of useless pages, may I suggest you click on print, then check your printer options. Mine allows me to pick what page numbers I wish to print. So if I just want the last two pages of say 10 pages I set it to print pages 9-10. That's it. Better yet I download my patterns to my iPad under iBook. Then I can keep r delete or print anytime. I like working off the iPad because I don't waste paper.

very nice dish cloth pattern I will try this for sure thank you

To Crafter 7100382 : Select the pattern instructions (at the beginning of pattern click and hold your left mouse button) while holding mouse button down drag your mouse from left top to bottom right. (stop where you want) text should be white and background blue...right click your mouse anywhere in the selected area. A drop down menu box will appear. You can click on Print Preview to see how many pages there are of the text you selected by looking at top righ of the first page ( should have 1 of ?) At this point you can click on the arrow beside Page Preview and and choose view 4 or 6 or what ever the amount is. When you click on printer you can choose which pages you want to print or print all. OR you can select (as above) and when the drop down box appears just click print and you will see the same drop down as if you would when you click on the printer in the pre-view. Your question was asked so long ago I hope there is some way you will see this. I hope I have explained this well enough that it helps you. Good luck.

I always, copy, paste into word and save it as pdf - woks for me - just takes a bit of time if you want a lot of them

Crafter, if you go to the tool bar on top and click on "file" a drop down menu will appear and click on print preview and see how many pages there are to print. Go back to drop down menu and click print and another print menu will appear and there you can change how many pages or specific pages you want to print. I hope this is clearer than mud. This is what I do and it works out well. Some of the pages to a pattern can be 60 pages depending on how many comments there are to the pattern. I agree ink is too expensive along with the paper. Try this and see if it works for you. Any questions you have I will be more than glad to help. Marge

How can I print off these patterns without having to print 12 pages of stuff I don't want to print when the pattern is only the last two pages? Ink is too expensive to waste on senseless printed material. Please make it easier for us to print these patterns. Thanks

Select the parts that you want to print and copy (ctrl c) and then open word and paste it in a new page (ctrl V). You can then print the page and save it.

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