Have you seen the Wall-of-Dishcloths? WOW what a gorgeous sight!!! Zac our webmaster made this amazing page for us. When you see this it makes you feel proud to be a crocheter! Crochet really is amazing with all the lovely things you can create with it.
Here is a link to the wall on Facebook: See the photo by clicking on “Photos” tab above or follow this link:
http://www.facebook.com/MaggiesCrochet?v=photos#!/album.php?aid=26722&id=118562708210290 Share this link with all your Facebook crochet friends and on other Facebook pages, so they too can “Like” our page and be part of the fun.
This dishcloth was designed and submitted by Carol Ballard. To see more of Carol’s designs visit MaggiesCrochet.com or Carol’s Blog:
Follow me onto dishcloth #42 and the rest of the story…
Original Design by Carol Ballard
Copyright 2011 Maggie Weldon
Size: About 10” square.
Materials: Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn:
Multicolor- 2 oz, 100 yd (60 g, 92 m)
Banana – ½ oz, 25 yd (15 g, 23 m)
(I Love This Cotton – Tuscany #272, Banana #256)
Crochet Hook: Size H-8 (5.00 mm)
Gauge: 6 sc = 2″, 6 sc rows = 2″.
JOINING WITH SC
When instructed to join with sc, begin with sl knot on hook, insert hook in st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a loop, yo and draw through both loops on hook.
Picot: Ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch from hook.
Row 1: (Right Side) With Multicolor, ch 30, sc in 2nd ch from hook, (sc in next ch) across. (29 sc)
Rows 2-3: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across.
Row 4: Ch 1, turn, sc in first 2 sc, (picot, sc in next 3 sc) across.
Rows 5-25: Rep Rows 2-4 seven times.
Rows 26-27: Rep Rows 2-3 once.
At the end of Row 27, finish off and weave in ends.
Rnd 1: With right side facing, join Banana with sc to first sc on Row 27, 2 sc in same sc, (sc in next sc) across to last sc, 3 sc in last sc; * working in sides of rows, evenly sc across *; working in unused lps of starting ch, 3 sc in first ch, (sc in next ch) across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; rep from * to *; join with sl st to first sc. Finish off and weave in ends.
All Rights Reserved ©2011 Maggie Weldon
like the dishcloth patterns Linda Reimers
I have a question. I notice that these patterns tell us who designed the pattern, but yet, you claim the copyright to the pattern. Are these designers giving up their copyright for you to claim?
Yes, which is clearly stated in the Entry and Submission form.
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What an awesome page on Facebook. Absolutely love it. Jenny
Never seen anything like this befor – have to search yarn:-)
great to see this being mentioned
Loved the way this one turned out! The nubs are good scrubbers 🙂