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I have been addicted to designing knits since my first knitted creation, a sleeveless, cabled dress, was such a hit with my Barbie dolls. Quite a few decades have passed since then, and I am as ...

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Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover
Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover Clean Sweep
Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover Clean Sweep - Smocking Stitch detail
Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover Clean Sweep - with contrasting trim

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pattylove405569 on craftsy.com
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pattylove405569    November 7, 2014
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I just bought this in a crocheted version at a craft fair in Maine I cannot wait to use it.

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msmerricat    August 29, 2014
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I am a huge Knitpicks yarn lover! I haven't bought their Dishie yet. (I have Lily's stuff I am still trying to use up) Please how do the two yarns compare? I have been looking for something different because I feel like the Lily gets very rough and harsh (except for the newer releases) and the natural colored cotton. The colors, at least some, seem to fade quite a bit too. I don't bleach them but I do have town water and the chlorine might be making the cloths that way.

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Aleigh  September 5, 2014
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I used both Lily brand yarns and Knitpicks' Dishie while developing the pattern for the Clean Sweep. The Dishie yarn is a pleasure to knit with, as it is very soft before washing. It is a slightly thinner yarn than the Lily brand maybe a light worsted weight. I have well water and wash my dishcloths (most made with Lily brand yarn) and sweeper covers, at least weekly, in very hot water with no bleach. Both yarns become a bit rougher after washing. As you said, some colors fade more than others do, and this is true for both brands, although I think the Knitpicks Dishie does not fade quite as much.
Thanks for your question, MsMerricat!

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beverlyev3476528    April 24, 2014
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Do you have this for crochet? I'm too lazy to figure out the pattern for myself :)

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Aleigh  April 25, 2014
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I'm sorry, but I do not have this pattern available for crochet. At this time, my crochet skills are limited to simple trims. Thanks for asking!