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Sun Burst Doily/Dishcloth


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This is very cute. A good gift for your Southwestern friends! Such an easy pattern, you won't even believe it! It is made in one piece on US # 7 or # 10 needles. The larger needles will make a doily size, smaller needles makes a dishcloth! Why not make both for a great gift! Use washable worsted weight yarns, such as cotton yarn. Finished size of dishcloth is about 9" diameter, doily is about 12 inches in diameter ( that includes pointed ends). This is made in the round on 2 needles! PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Sugar and Cream COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Materials - 1 - Ball Sugar and Cream worsted weight cotton yarn, approx 2 ounces (56.7 grams) 1 Pr. Knitting needles, US size 10 1/2 (metric size 6.5 or UK size 3) (for dishcloth use US size 7 needles ( 4.5 metric, or size 7 UK size )

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