I've never owned a dishwasher so I wash a lot of dishes.
I've always admired how indigenous cultures create beautiful tools -how tool and art are often one concept.
These patterns are named for my godmothers, my mother's beautiful bridesmaids, who affirmed me as i grew.
Pinafore is the formal name for an apron with a bib. While these can adorn dolls, trees and dishwashing liquid bottles, they were created to wash
dishes or whatever else you choose.
The top loop mimics a dress strap, enabling them to be hung to dry, as well as dress vaguely person-shaped bottles.
They provide another way to use up small amounts of yarn, give a unique hostess gift or try some new stitch combinations.
Shown in Idea/Carris (blue multi) and Red Heart Cotton (white)
#1 is 7"h x 9"w #2 is 8"h x 6.5"w
Materials & Tools
Worsted weight cotton approx. 30 yards.5 oz/14.17g
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Long, long ago, far, far away, when the subway cost a quarter and the corner drugstore was also an ice cream parlor where a little girl sipped vanilla egg creams, her mother, who made her wonderful clothes, showed her how to crochet. Her father taught her how to solder and make a tuner.