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Friday, September 27, 2013

Crochet One-sie Two-sie Dishcloth

I worked up a couple more Crochet Dishcloths and tried an alternating single crochet (one-sie) and double crochet (two-sie), clever name huh:@) People have been making this simple pattern forever, this is the first time I've tried it though, I likey!

I love the bit of texture it has and the generous 8" size can be worked up in less than 2 hours.

One-sie Two-sie Dishcloth
Using an I hook and 100% cotton yarn-
~Ch 27
~SC first row, ch 1, turn
~*SC first hole, DC next hole, repeat from *, Ch 1, turn
~When just about square, SC last row.
If all goes well, every row except the first and last will begin with a single crochet and end with a double crochet...
Have a happy day:@)

19 comments:

  1. You are so talented Lynn. The times I've tried to crochet, mine always turned our a bit crooked...
    Sam

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  2. I'm with Sam. My attempt turned out Dali-like triangles.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. I'm such a beginner but think I can figure this out. What a fun stocking stuffer. I better get busy.

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  4. i always feel bad when i don't comment on your recipes or yarn work posts, so happy friday to you! :)

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  6. Well those instructions are jibberish to me. But I know for a fact crochet dish cloths are the BEST!

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  7. I not good at crochet but do get some interesting shapes
    Merle.... ...... .........

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  8. Well, thank you! Finally a pattern for these dishcloths that a novice crocheter thinks she can follow! I'll let you know, or yell for help!

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  9. Cute name and very nice! If all goes well... that makes me smile :)

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  10. You're a crocheting machine! :)

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  11. I am going to try this one, Lynn! I love my hand crocheted dish cloths & I have TONS of yard to use up. Does it matter what KIND of yarn one uses?

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    1. Howdy! Everything I read says folks use 100% cotton for dishcloths, so that's what I stick with:@)

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  12. My Mom knits wash clothes. I love them!

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  13. I have got to get on the ball and make some, Lynn. I need some new dishcloths and you're inspiring me to get a move on.

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  14. Good morning, Lynn! I have been making lots of washcloths from your pattern because I love it. Included it in my post today :)

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    1. I'm so glad it's working well for you-that makes me happy:@)

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  15. I really appreciated this pattern and inspiration reminded me of my Aunt Ruth's that use to make me dishcloths. She has sense passed and all mine are warn out. I made this from Lily Sugar Cream olive green,red and white variegated yarn. Love It!

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  16. Thanks for sharing this pattern. It's replacing my old one that I had to continuously check. Easy to remember with it's onesie twosie and to begin with sc and end with do. Just a brilliant pattern.

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