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Marguerite Crochet Dishcloth





Designer: Heidi Wells
Pattern Type: Crochet
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 9.5" x 8.5"
Yarn Lines: Comfy Worsted Yarn
Yardage: 436
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size J (5mm): crochet hook
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Worsted/Hvy Worsted
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Sweet and feminine, with a little splash of sass! This striking dishcloth combines rounded peaks and pretty points to create a dazzling, fan-like effect. The color combinations for this pattern are endless; try a rainbow palette for a vibrant dose of color, or a combination of blues and turquoises for a seaside aura.


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5 out of 5 stars

I downloaded this pattern looking for something different to do for dishcloths. I used a size G hook for the dishcloth, as I feel the J Hook makes it too big. I started with a chainless foundation. I also carried the colors up the side of the dishcloth instead of cutting the yarn, less ends to weave in. I did a round of sc as a border to cover up the yarn carried along the sides. The next thing I did was used an H hook to make it a little bigger, and made 2 potholders. The back piece was rows of HDC to fit the front piece. I also put 3 layers of cotton batting between the 2 pieces. Then I added 8 to my beginning row to make the patter slightly larger for a hotpad, which also had 3 layers of cotton batting. I added 24 stitches to my beginning row and I’m making 2 placemats. It is an easy pattern to follow and figure out how to adapt for other things. I’m doing this to make an item for a raffle that has to be worth a $25 minimum.