I Am A Crazy Knitting Woman!

knit dishcloths 
I am knitting dishcloths as fast as I can. They are so easy and once you get hooked you will be surprised how many different patterns they are. Right now the one I am working on you cast on 35 stitches and knit every row until it gets the size you want it to be. Bind it off an there you have it.

I plan on doing more soon with different patterns. They are great for the kitchen and I am going to get just one color for the bathroom. They make great washcloths and that way they wont get mixed up with the dishcloths. They feel so good on your skin and last forever.

Just google knitting dishcloths or bathcloths and you will be surprised how many free patterns you can find online.  HAPPY KNITTING!

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4 Responses to I Am A Crazy Knitting Woman!

  1. Kerry says:

    Oh, I could have warned you – these things are addictive! lol There is a pattern for bathmits out there somewhere too. And there are a couple of yahoo groups that feature free new patterns every month, or week too. Have fun – I think making these is very therapeutic (at least for me!)
    Hugs,
    Kerry
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  2. chris says:

    Kerry let me tell you how bad it is…I sit with the computer in my lap leaned back in the recliner, reading newspapers, Facebook, blogs and such while knitting these cloths. That is bad. If you ever see any great sites, email me at SadieMaesAttic@aol.com
    THANKS Chris

  3. I knitted a few times, but not my thing.
    I tried a rag rug, but made a mess, braiding is easier for me;)
    I do like locker hooking, that is a great way to use up scraps.

    Debbie
    Debbie St. Germain´s last blog post ..One of those Weeks Giveaway!

  4. I love knitted dishcloths, but, I can’t knit. I learned the chain stitch in crochet in grade school, but, whenever they tried to teach me to add a row, I just couldn’t do it. That’s ok, someone has to admire what all you knitters do.
    Cheryl Parker´s last blog post ..Something done and learned something new