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Saturday, December 16, 2006

Diagonal Ripple Dishcloth

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7 Comments:

Anonymous Kate/Massachusetts said...

This is such a pretty pattern! Too bad it couldn't be transformed into a scarf or baby blanket! Or could it be worked until it is wide enough for a baby blanket and then decreased down to finish the square? Anyhoo, it is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

3:19 PM  
Blogger Leanne said...

Thanks for your comment! It could certainly be made into a baby blanket. And for a scarf, you could probably increase until it is wide enough, then work along straight and then do the decrease. You'd end up with a long rectangle with pointy ends. Maybe I'll try that!

11:45 AM  
Blogger hakucho said...

Your diagonal ripple dishcloth is so pretty! Thanks so much for posting the pattern. It's definitely on my to do list :)

happy knitting :)

4:41 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

Thank you for this pattern! I just made one in King Tut cotton for an exchange and I LOVE how it turned out. :)

1:20 AM  
Blogger Ramona said...

Hi,
On line 14 of the written pattern it needs to be "k1 p1 k4 p4 k4 p1 k1" instead of "k1 p1 (k4 p4) twice k4 p1 k1" because there aren't enough stitches yet to knit the line as written. I love the pattern though and thanks for sharing it.

9:45 AM  
Blogger g-girl said...

just saw this dishcloth on hakucho's page and it's awesome! thanks for the pattern. I will definitely be making one of these very soon. love the color too.

5:01 PM  
OpenID vintagexmodern said...

Your links to your new blog location all redirect back to your Blogspot. I cannot get to this pattern. Any chance you can take a look at it? This is a great pattern and I'm mid-dishcloth - I'm sure you understand. Thanks so much!

2:33 PM  

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