It has been 10 days since my last post, so I thought I should sit down and write something to put on my blog. I’ve been sitting here for much too long, and not really coming up with anything to say…am I getting out of practice? OH NO! :-)
Anyhow, the past few weeks I’ve been busy crocheting washcloths. My aunt has been coming over a couple times a week for “crochet pattern reading lessons”, and we’ve started quite a few projects: bookmarks, afghans, washcloths, pot holders…anyhow, we’ve been having fun, though we’ve got so many projects going I must admit to feeling a tad bit overwhelmed. The pressure is building to finish something….and so today, I completed a set of matching washcloths, tied them up with ribbon, and put them in a box ready and waiting for Christmas gift giving. (AHHHHH….”so much time so little to do. Strike that, reverse it” ha ha)
My aunt came up with this simple pattern on her own…and I absolutely love it. It makes for a nice scrubbing washcloth, that isn’t too thick, and in my opinion is just the right size.
SC: Single Crochet
BLO: Back Loop Only
Chain 30 (or more if you like big washcloths). turn. *In the 2nd chain from hook SC in BLO, continue to SC in BLO in each stitch across. Ch 1. Turn and repeat from * until you have achieved your desired length. Finish off.
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