SUNDAY DECEMBER 18, 2011
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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thanks for all the disyhcloths… HUGS ME
am i readint the pattern correctly IT ONLY HAS HDC in each end of row??? ME
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
Maggie, I’ll buy your wook whin it comes out, Nancy
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