#358 Basic Red Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet


Designer Marguerite Hill wrote: ” I love the stitch pattern used in Maggie’s dishcloth #7 Pinky Stripes with the repeats of sc, dc and had a few years ago designed a shrug using this same combination. The only problem or challenge was to figure out how to increase and decrease for the design. I had to increase in the middle of each piece to form the sleeves. You needed to make sure in decreasing to go over to the next available sc to pick up the pattern again, to get the stitches consistent. I tried to make it easier by incorporating a row of sc between the pattern row of sc, dc. Now I have been doing rectangles for Warm Up America with this combination, and of course used it for this dishcloth. Maybe it will become a blanket for another time?”

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

Follow me on to #359 and the rest of the story…

The Basic Red Crochet dishcloth is now available in the Christmas Dishcloth Set Crochet Pattern.


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Comments (5)

  • marceme 12 years ago Reply

    thanks so very muchb for this pattern ive nejoyed this dishcloth challenge i didnt get to send mine in so IM GLAD TO HAVE BEEN ABLE TO COPY THEM me

  • Ellen Stevenson 12 years ago Reply

    Sorry to see the page have to close. I have enjoyed it so much. The dishcloth challenge has been such a blessing to me. Maggies is the first mail I look for when I get up. I’m not a pattern maker but have enjoyed making the ones posted. Thank you for sharing them with us.

  • SKEETER 12 years ago Reply

    i really like the pattern alot. i hope i can try it. keep my fingers crossed. GOD BLESS MERRY CHRISTMAS. SKEETER

  • Jesse 12 years ago Reply

    I am going to try to make this one, too.

  • Beth Gappa 12 years ago Reply

    Thank you so much for sharing these patterns for free! I made some for friends, family members, and coworkers for Christmas, and they all were so pleased. It has been so much fun making these. Thank you again for sharing such a wonderful idea!

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