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Dress Style Dishcloths 2012 Collection

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Imagine standing at the kitchen sink and letting your mind wander to “Places to Travel” instead of cleaning up. The dresses are a useful dishcloth named for an activity that is a lot more fun than cleaning up. Designed to hang from your dish detergent bottle, this dress adds a bit of fun to the kitchen sink area. Used in the bath tub or shower, these will work well as washcloths. As a hostess gift, place the dress dishcloth on a bottle of shower gel, bubble bath, or dish detergent. As a shower favor, coordinate the colors with the theme of the shower. There are several choices of dishcloth dresses, each with a different skirt and name. So, whether you would like to be “Visiting Dublin, London, Paris, or Hawaii”, there’s a dishcloth dress that will be fun and easy to knit and start you thinking about fun activities while you knit and use these dishcloths. Each pattern in this collection is available separately. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast On Knit Purl Increase/Decrease Cast Off PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Sugar'n Cream Cotton by Lily

Recommended with this pattern

  • U.S. Size 7 Knitting Needles
  • Crochet Hook U.S. Size G/4.00 mm

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Stitches by Debbie
Stitches by Debbie
Knitting is an essential part of my daily routine and when I sew, I totally lose track of time. I enjoy the creative process as much as the finished product. My style might be described as vintage but I refer to it as classic. My knitting pattern designs include household items such as the Dress Style Dishcloths, baby blankets and hats, and doll clothes for various sized dolls I began working with yarn and fabric as a young child. I watched and learned the basics from my mother and aunts as they created clothing and household items by knitting, crocheting, and sewing. My first projects were potholders made on a weaving loom with circular loops, a loom that I still use after 50 plus years. I progressed to a knitting knob and made miles of i-cord, sewing it into mats and accessories for my dolls. Shortly after I began sewing aprons and continued on to sewing clothing for myself and my family members. For several years, I served as the costume designer for local high school musical productions including the King & I. Whenever the opportunity arises, I teach both children and adults to knit and/or sew. Developing Knit n Sew Studio has allowed me to share my passion for all things hand stitched.