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#27 Ocean Waves Crochet Dishcloth

Years ago I designed a beautiful afghan for The Needlework Shop using this stitch. The afghan was worked with a white background and a solid green colored yarn for the waves. Using an ombre colored yarn for this dishcloth makes the end result so much prettier. Could you imagine using all of the different ombres on the market and how gorgeous that would be? This is an intermediate skill. It’s a little tricky carrying the colors from one row to the next. It is well worth the effort.

Follow me onto dishcloth #28 and the rest of the story…

Enjoy the Ocean Waves Crochet Dishcloth and other patterns in the Seaside Dishcloth Set.

 

Enjoy,

Maggie

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Comments (6)

  • artgal 10 years ago Reply

    I think this one is my fav so far. The texture created by the ocean waves lends itself perfectly to the function of a dishcloth. Very practical ..and attractive too. Thanks for sharing the pattern. I know I’ll be making this one.

  • kelcey 10 years ago Reply

    This one IS lovely. I agree with artgal: the texture is perfect and the colors are beautiful.

  • kvanatta 9 years ago Reply

    I like the finished product but it was a little tricky to figure out (for me anyway!) Not sure I’ll make it twice 🙂

  • Jhamlin6668 9 years ago Reply

    So glad I discovered your wonderful crochet dishcloth. I have been trying to do somethng along with the same lines as the lattice Patter. I guess I ran out of steam. I wondered if you would mind if I linked to your website on Ravelry and I would also post your original picture. I just love Ravelry and search for most of my knit and and crochet patterns.

    Please let me know if you are OK with the link and picture on Ravelry. I did do an intensive search for your name and projects..

    Thanks so much – either way. Your pattern is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for sharing.

    Jhamlin@yahoo.com

  • scangel 9 years ago Reply

    thank you

  • Toni 9 years ago Reply

    Could anyone tell me what “htr” stands for in row 2?
    Thanks so much! Very excited to make this pattern!

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