Deb Buckingham is a full-time knitting pattern designer and author of "Dishcloth Diva," released by Cooperative Press in 2012, and "Dishcloth Diva Knits On" in 2013. She creates patterns that are ...
Deb Buckingham is a full-time knitting pattern designer and author of "Dishcloth Diva," released by Cooperative Press in 2012, and "Dishcloth Diva Knits On" in 2013. She creates patterns that are modern and chic in design, but allows room for even the novice knitter to gain confidence in knitting. Advanced knitters will love the simple, and sometimes challenging designs.
She has also been published in the 2013 and 2014 Knitting Calendar released by Simon and Schuster. Her work can also be found and purchased on KnitPicks.com and Ravelry.com where she works as a designer. Her website on Etsy drives consistent traffic to her creations.
She is a member with TKGA (the knitting guild of America) and blogs at theartfulyarn.blogspot.com.
A mother, wife, grandma, sister, friend, writer, photographer, knitter, quilter, but most of all a yarn-a-holic, she enjoys alot.
You will often find me nestled in my favorite chair, in front of my favorite TV design show, working on my next favorite project.
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We all know dishcloths are fun to make. Crochet ones take less time, and hold up well.
This pattern is (super) easy to memorize and works up quickly. This is a fun piece that is worth the effort and looks impressive.
The textured stitches are fun to crochet, have a rhythm, and keep you focused until the end.
A quick project!
Finished size varies depending on your gauge and needles.
Finished measurements are approximately 8 inches x 8 inches square.
I used a simple, cotton, easy-to-find commercial yarn. It's durable and washes easily.
Every pattern in my shop is designed by me. You are free to make up the dishcloth and sell it. But, please do not redistribute the pattern or copy it in any way.
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16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
100 yards of Worsted weight