#352 Snow Tracks Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet


Designer Patricia Speer wrote: “ I have never even thought about designing a pattern. I taught myself by reading patterns in books and crochet magazines. So I only make simple items. But I have always loved crochet. I was inspired by you, Maggie, when you told us to look at stitches in books and just follow til you made a dishcloth size. So that’s what I’ve done. To me this dishcloth pattern looks like a lot of animal tracks in freshly fallen snow!

Thank you Patricia for joining the Dishcloth-A-Day Challenge!

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The Snow Tracks crochet dishcloth is now available in the Winter Dishcloths Crochet Pattern Set.

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Comments (5)

  • marceme 13 years ago Reply

    thanks for all the disyhcloths… HUGS ME

  • marceme 13 years ago Reply

    am i readint the pattern correctly IT ONLY HAS HDC in each end of row??? ME

  • Charlie 13 years ago Reply

    Patrica, I too am a self taught crocheter. Have been crocheting for 35 years, mostly simple things. Here recently have been doing doilies, have hard time reading a pattern, but most times from pictures I can get the hang of it. lol. Many thanks for sharing your talent with all of us. God Bless

  • nancy 13 years ago Reply

    Maggie, I’ll buy your wook whin it comes out, Nancy

  • Doris 13 years ago Reply

    That’s the way I read the pattern. 1-1/2 crochet at end of each row. Maggie, love the retro ripple baby pattern from this week, will have to order after Xmas. Doris

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