I have been knitting for over 30 years and designing patterns for almost as long. I taught myself to knit when I was 8 years old. Because there was no one to teach me, I saved my allowance, purchase a how-to knit book, one set of needles, one skein of yarn and practiced until I mastered what has become a lifetime love affair with knitting. As a child, it was wonderful to turn a ball of yarn into something I could wear or that my mother could use. After all these years, it still amazes me that with a little skill something beautiful and useful emerges from a ball of yarn.
I live in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in the State of Virginia with my husband, and two cocker spaniels. I love taking rides to the mountains with my yarn and needles, finding a quiet location and knitting in the solitude of nature.
Fast, Fun and Fabulous Knit Dishcloths
The 12 designs in this ebook use basic knit and purl stitches to make attractive dishcloths that add a touch of elegance to any kitchen decor. The designs are suitable for both beginner and experienced knitters. Close-up photographs, USA and International measurements and detailed written instructions are included. Helpful hints assist in your success. Dishcloths are great take along projects.
Easy Diagonal Garter Stitch Knit Dishcloth
Dishcloths are fun to make especially when the pattern is easy and fast to complete. The diagonal garter stitch pattern in this ebook uses the basic knit stitch. Therefore, it is easy and suitable for beginner or experienced knitters. Dishcloths are fabulous gifts and make great charity items. Because of the small size, dishcloths are great take along projects.
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