Spring Granny Dishcloth


Spring Granny Dishcloth

With the spring season comes fun, bright colors. Using Lily Sugar’n Cream in a variety of bright colors you can work up this Spring Granny Dishcloth. Make many dishcloths to match your kitchen decor or make a matching set to give as a wedding gift or housewarming gift. The granny square motif of this crochet dishcloth is easy to work up and you'll just love the fancy crochet edging.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Thanks for including the link for the magic circle. Every project I start that requires a magic circle I have to hunt down a tutorial of some sort. I hate that I just can't remember it. Once I see the instructions it all comes back to me. The picot edge is what really makes this project. It just would not be the same without it.

This dish cloth is off a little bit, and I love that. I am pretty sure I have seen this pattern before, but I do not know for sure. It is nice to see a pattern that is not perfectly symmetrical once in awhile. There are so many color options available, you can make so many in all your favorite colors.

This granny square has been tweeked just a little. I like the texture and I know I want to make this square. These are really such pretty spring colors and would make time in the kitchen more fun when you have these to use. Thanks for sharing.

I love making coasters, and this pattern is absolutely one of my favorites while working these up. My only problem has always been with the picot edging stitch, though. I tend to have a bit of trouble getting these to look like the edging in the pictures whenever I try the picot edging stitch. Does anyone know, would it help to use stitch markers around the line of the edging to keep my lines in order and keep the pattern of the picot more organized to my eyes? I do love this pattern, though, these end up coming out lovely unless I try to add the edging.


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