Angelphilipp's Blog

Chatter and a dishcloth

Posted on: April 21, 2013

Good morning all, it is a beautiful morning here in Kalamazoo! The sunshine makes me smile! I was up early this morning so I thought I would try this beginner dishcloth from crochet4mybutterfly’sblog
It is a nice pattern, easy to follow and will be great for a beginner. I used a size G hook and Lily Peaches and Cream cotton yarn, colorway Lemon-lime. I made it a bit smaller, because I prefer a smaller dishcloth. I chained 31 for my starting chain and crocheted the 23 rows called for in the pattern. It came out a nice size, it measures 7″x 7and1/2″

It will be well used, I don’t use store bought cloths anymore only knit or crochet ones. The only bad thing about making dishcloths is that my hands protest when I work with cotton yarns! I have to take breaks and rest my hands often. Ya’ll have a gret day.

4 Responses to "Chatter and a dishcloth"

Love this Angel! I still have a goal to make a few beginner projects in crochet this year. This one would be a perfect start. I also like little dishcloths but have only knit them so far. I got the full pattern at Corinne’s blog … thanks 🙂

Thanks Terry glad you like it! The dishcloth is a really easy pattern and a great learning pattern. The size is perfect.

High can we chat about this via email? My email address is



Hi, sure! I’ll email you. Angel

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