I have been working like crazy on these dishcloths.... I can see the end! I have fewer than 20 left if you count the ones in my sewing basket waiting for me to stitch them! And I am glad :-) I have a pile of requests waiting to fill over the next few months.
Lots of baby boys on the way - several of whom have older sibling who need to feel the love too :-) So I can see that I will have a lot to share here if I can get myself writing again! I am not being very productive in life - and maybe the writing (or lack thereof) is why - I am not sure but hopefully I am pulling myself together again! Anyway - the week's cloths to share are below!
#239 Florets Crochet Dishcloth - pictured below on the bottom left.; I apologize for the poor photo.. the dark blue cloth doesn't show up well against my dark green background. The pattern is fairly easy to figure out and make - a pretty addition to a gift but probably not the best dishcloth.
#240 Bayberry Crochet Dishcloth - pictured on the bottom right. I had fun with this one. Not too easy - but clear instructions and predictable repeat pattern. The bobbles make things interesting and I got to use up some odds and ends.... The resulting cloth is sturdy and will be good for its intended purpose. I would do this one again!
#241 Shells Crochet Dishcloth - pictured on the upper right... another pretty one. It's hard to see in the picture because of the dark background - but it is a lacy shell pattern that worked up quickly.
#242 - Lazy Daisy Crochet Dishcloth LOVED the final product! It wasn't that hard to do but the edging was annoying to do :-) It is worked on top of the flat daisy and is a little tricky. Looks great though.. I might do again but would have to think about it!
The next 8 cloths are in the photo below:
#243 Plain Peach Crochet Dishcloth - pictured below on the upper right. This is a fairly simple pattern which makes a basic dishcloth. Functional, not fancy but a pattern that works quite well!
#244 Soul Heart Crochet Dishcloth - on the upper left... this was a fun cloth to make. Not too difficult and a fun shape to create - it's a good-sized cloth. Also a good one for scraps - Definitely a repeat performer!
#245 Daisy Crochet Dishcloth - pictured above n the lower right. I really enjoy making some of these cloths! The flowers in a circle are so satisfying because they work up quickly and are pretty as you do them! The only trouble I had with this one is keeping it flat... it seems to want to ruffle a little but it is really pretty anyway.
#246 Diamond Filet Crochet Dishcloth - I liked doing this one too. Filet is always fun as it unfolds.... I am not sure how well this will work as a dishcloth but I can visualize it in a panel of an afghan!
www.bestfreecrochet.com #239 - 243 are in the August archive - #244-246 in September