I love Dishcloths.

21 10 2006

Remember that dishcloth I started a few days ago for the Monthly Dishcloth KAL? It’s finished. Well, it’s finished in all it’s dishcloth glory. What makes this my new favorite dishcloth?


I like the shadow knitting stuff. I like it a lot in fact. I realized what this was the day the orange was started and from that point on I was thrilled. My sister adores candy corn, so she was thrilled that it was a candy corn dishcloth. As soon as I showed her that it was candy corn she asked me if I would have enough yarn left to make her one. Her birthday is tomorrow, the ends were woven in before dinner and it was passed on to her. She was thrilled. She kept trying to show my dad just why it was so cool.


Pattern: October’s Mid-Month KAL from Monthly Dishcloth KAL

Yarn: Sugar ‘n Cream in colors Hot Orange, White, and Yellow; Lion Cotton in color Black




5 responses

22 10 2006

oooh that’s very cool. I tried some shadow knitting once but never actually made anything other than a swatch with it… shadow dishcloths are a great idea!

23 10 2006

love this dishcloth…saved the pattern but will most likely have to wait til next year as i’m swamped w/ projects right now. looks great!!

26 10 2006

That’s fantastic! I’ve done the Shy Sheep Vest and really enjoyed the technique. If I wasn’t feeling so overwhelmed with projects on the go I’d love to do this dishcloth too.

29 10 2006

I love this one!!!!!! I’ve never tried shadow knitting but this one makes me want to try it!!!!!!

Nadine http://nadsknittingblog.blogspot.com

30 10 2006

Ohhh, that’s brilliant!
(found you through LnV)

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