Easy Diagonal Garter Stitch Knit Dishcloth

Easy Diagonal Garter Stitch Knit Dishcloth

by Mary Oaks

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Dishcloths are fun to make especially when the pattern is easy and fast to complete. The diagonal garter stitch pattern in this ebook uses the basic knit stitch. Therefore, it is easy and suitable for beginner or experienced knitters. Dishcloths are fabulous gifts and make great charity items. Because of the small size, dishcloths are great take along projects.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045500302
Publisher: Mary Oaks
Publication date: 11/28/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 65,955
File size: 155 KB

About the Author

I have been knitting for over 30 years and designing patterns for almost as long. I taught myself to knit when I was 8 years old. Because there was no one to teach me, I saved my allowance, purchase a how-to knit book, one set of needles, one skein of yarn and practiced until I mastered what has become a lifetime love affair with knitting. As a child, it was wonderful to turn a ball of yarn into something I could wear or that my mother could use. After all these years, it still amazes me that with a little skill something beautiful and useful emerges from a ball of yarn.I live in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in the State of Virginia with my husband, and two cocker spaniels. I love taking rides to the mountains with my yarn and needles, finding a quiet location and knitting in the solitude of nature.

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Easy Diagonal Garter Stitch Knit Dishcloth 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok directions and easy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed the knitting, and appreciated the tps.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simple and fast to work up! Great for projects to take on-the-go and make as presents. Add a bar of soap in the center, weave in a ribbon on the ends, and tie it into a bow for a budget friendly gift.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I first saw Whimsy with a small trunk, then Daisy crying her heart out, a smaller trunk strug to her drooping tail. I had a small trunk as well. Whimsy said nothing; the only noise heard at a midnight now was Daisy's howling. "Daisy, please." I moaned. She shot me a furious look, but stopped as we trudged up the path. I shivered as I remembered what my mom had said. 'Clouds are always in the sky, just like your head.' She often teased me about this. Yet her eyes always sparkled; I knew there was more of a meaning to it. My feet had turned bright red. "Whimsy," I moaned. I pointed to my scarlet feet. He nodded and stared flying. We all did; uet I had imagined flying on a glorious day, no danger ahead... The earth tipped as I found myself falling. Faster and faster. I saw Whimsy hurling after me, and then I realized he didn't get on my nerves anymore. I saw him attaching a rope to my wing, and it throbbed with pain. He stopped my fall as I regained wing power and flew up to meet Daisy. She gave me a joyful look, and I shot an even more joyful look at Whimsy. Daisy trudged to find some decent unicorn around for a meal. I, without even thinking, leaned over and gave Whimsy a kiss. Although he was blue, his face turned bright red. Daisy appeared and laughed at his red face. "Whaddid I miss?" She yowled as she dragged a small unicorn behind her. I grinned. Maybe this wasn't too bad... ***** ~SKY