#140 Ruffles and Ridges Crochet Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

This is another beautiful design by Carol Ballard.

To see more of Carol’s designs visit MaggiesCrochet.com or Carol’s Blog: http://www.cobblerscabin.wordpress.com/

Thank you Carol for all your wonderful designs.

Follow me onto Dishcloth #141 and the rest of the story…

You can now find the Ruffles & Ridges Crochet Dishcloth in the Variegated Dishcloth Set Crochet Pattern.


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Comments (10)

  • Carol 13 years ago Reply

    This is a confusing pattern. DISHCLOTH and Row 1 need to be moved up to the beginning of the pattern and then we need Row 1 directions.

  • mimiyarnell 13 years ago Reply

    This is very confusing but if you look at gauge you will find this after the actual gauge: (Right Side) Ch 25, sc in 2nd ch from hook, [sc in next ch] across. (24 sc).

    And that is actually row 1.

  • marceme 13 years ago Reply

    this pattern is very confusing GUAGE SAYS something very confusing and also under the word dishcloth it has ROW 1: but nothing under that then it says directions for edging…is the words by guage the pattern>>>>>>>>> after the next link from dishcloth
    row1 it is is it cut ( the pattern) and pasted up at the word spot directions for GUAGE is that the part of the pattern that is supposed to be NEAR ROW1:

  • kelcey 13 years ago Reply

    @marceme it looks like the actual pattern instructions start with the words (Right side) ch 25.

  • kelcey 13 years ago Reply

    Also the print button is missing……

  • Noreen 13 years ago Reply

    No print button

  • steve 13 years ago Reply

    Hi All, the missing print button issue is now solved 🙂

  • Obguides 13 years ago Reply

    this is a test post

  • Skeeter 13 years ago Reply

    thanks i will try this for sure

  • lynne 13 years ago Reply

    hey, whats up with this pattern? where is the beginning and where does row 1 start? this is very confusing to me. can anyone please help with this one? thanks!

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