Sunday, May 28, 2006


I can't stop.

But that's okay, isn't it? And that's what knit-alongs are all about, aren't they? Obsessions?

I'm on my seventh dishcloth in just over a week. Mine are all made with Sugar & Cream, which is what's available locally -- our community has a real old-fashioned 5&10, and they carry wonderful things like pillow forms and yarn and wooden drying racks -- and I bought as many colors as I could fit in the basket.

I'm really enjoying all the great knitting that everyone is sharing, and I'm so happy to be a part of this wonderful KAL!

My Blog: Not Plain Jane

I can relate! Your washcloths are lovely. Thanks for sharing!
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Trying again...
I'm happy to see a photo of a dishcloth using a variegated yarn as Color A and a solid as Color B. I've done two dishcloths myself (photo ) that I gave to my children, following David Demchuk's example. I think the reversed color scheme is the only way to get a whole 'nother dishcloth out of the yarn I have left, but I wasn't sure how it would look when knitted up. Thanks for the photo.
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