Dishcloth #3 from Annie’s Hook & Needle kit club

Hey guys, I think this one is my favorite out of the three, I had know pattern block(lol) everything went smooth, the pattern don’t name the stitch but I had a nice time working it up and I will use it again , I think this stitch will look good on a sweater let me know what you think. Thank you for stopping by and remember when you are creating with your hands you always have peace with in you heart.20181221_172339

Dishcloth #2 from Annie’s Hook & Needle club

OK guys, on this dishcloth the pattern threw me for a loop, (lol). It is easy to follow but for some reason I could not see CHAIN ONE, after you do the stitch the project kept getting smaller and smaller. Then I took it out and started over and low and behold there it was CHAIN ONE, and the project stayed the same length. It just goes to show that no matter how long you have been crocheting, sewing etc. you can have pattern block, as I call it. Over all I love working with the yarn it is a blend of cotton and polyester I enjoy working the pattern.  Thank you for stopping by, and remember when you are creating with your hands you will always have peace within your heart.

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Chain one

 

 

 

 

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What the stitch looks like

 

 

 

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More then enough yarn, yay new project

 

 

 

 

 

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Came out nice

 

 

Dishcloth #1 from Annie’s Hook & Needle club

This dishcloth is called the Ribbed Stitch and the yarn is called tangerine splash. The  finishing measurements are 9″x9″, I used hook size 5, it took me a couple of hours to make it. I really enjoyed working it up, just when I got my groove going I was finished, (perfect for beginners) the pattern was easy to read and understand.

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Weave in the ends
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All Done
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Finished project
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More then enough yarn
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Working in the back loop
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Foundation chain