Any Holiday Textured Dishcloth


Any Holiday Textured Dishcloth

Any Holiday Textured Dishcloth
Any Holiday Textured Dishcloth

"The Any Holiday Textured dishcloth is an easy and fast project featuring a unique looking stitch — the modified dropped double crochet. This stitch creates such a wonderful texture and unique look — on both sides of the dishcloth! You can use any color combo to create a look specific to the Holiday or season desired! So many different options! I used small amounts of Lily Sugar n Cream cotton yarn but if you have another 100% cotton yarn available then use that instead. A great project to use up your scraps."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This dish cloth pattern is so pretty. I love that you can make this with any color set and it will be awesome. If you need some quick gifts for an upcoming party or holiday, this would be great. There are so many colors of cotton yarn, you could make this for anyone in their favorite colors and it would be unique.

I didnt realize until I was reading through the materials list that a BLUE colored yarn had been used in the project because it clearly looks dark green in the supplied photo. I suppose that really emphasizes how universal this project isit really can be used for just about any holiday. This is a beautiful stitch texture so Im sure this will be finding its way into my pattern collection.

Rarely do we think about kitchen decor (in the form of a dish cloth) to celebrate any of our great patriotic holidays! This is such a cute idea! I love it. It does use the crab stitch for the edging, though, and I have never done the crab stitch before. I understand it to be a reverse single crochet of sorts. I would use this stitch pattern in a full sized afghan, too! I like how the stitches sort of bleed down into the row below, like a spike stitch would do.


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