Thursday, June 16, 2011

Dish Cloth A Day

As a newbie to crocheting, I'm always on the hunt for free patterns that are easy.
Dishcloths are a great place to start.
Not only are they practical, but they are cute and have that Vintage look.
Maggie Weldon is hosting a 365 Dish Cloth-a-Day Challenge over on Best Free Crochet.

Each submission comes with a link and free pattern!

100's of free dishcloth patterns and growing!
So many choices, I almost don't know where to start.
Just looking made me happy.

With a name like Cactus Needle, my eye did go to #134 A Cactus Called Yuma by Linda Kahle

So many unique submissions. It will be interesting to see which top 3 will be chosen for the grand prizes.


Truffle queen said...

Whoa! I'd be afraid to use them! So cute! I knit mine - and they're just easy-peasy, plain jane!!

Char said...

Thanks for sharing. I've made dishcloths for Christmas gifts for friends and extended family. It will be good to try some new ones.

Material Mary said...

What a fun website. I'll be using this for sure.

Nat Palaskas said...

For a newbie, you are doing so well. I was into dish cloth a couple years ago using knitting. Thanks for sharing the link too - Hugs Nat

Shari said...

Looks like some pretty awesome and colourful designs there - should keep you busy and perfect your skills...

Quilting Claire said...

How wonderful! You're so creative. Is there anyway you could tell me where your got your Scottie dog embroidry patterns? I'd love to try them. I embroider but don't crochet. Thanks, Claire

Quilting Claire said...

I love your dish cloths! You're so creative. I embroider but don't crochet. Is there any way you could tell me where you found your Scottie dog embroidry patterns? I'd love to try them. Thanks!

Cardygirl said...

So them!