Monday, April 09, 2007

Just couldn't stop myself...

...from knitting more of these DW or Double Woven cloths! I had to try all of my variegated yarns...

...yes, I know I'm addicted, but I just had to ...
keep on trying....
and then I tried two solid colors...
and then a variegated and a solid! The combinations are endless!!
Conclusion: I REALY like these cloths!!

happy knitting :)

19 comments:

  1. Wow! That's a lot of DW cloths! I actually just recommended that stitch to my best friend for some sock yarn she had that was doing some wicked pooling. I am very amused by that stitch. Beautiful results you got there!

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  2. I managed to make one over the Easter break also!

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  3. wow, i'm impressed! i might just have to try one of those... : )

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  4. wow wow... those are sooo pretty ;) you really banged those out didn't you. my fave is the orange one.. i love orange ANYTHING.. i'm gonna cast one on ;)

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  5. Holy dishcloth, you are a speedy one! Nice cloths! I've been meaning to try that pattern forever, and you are inspiring me to try one soon. But first, I'll have to get further along on the linen handtowel I just started from Mason-Dixon. It's sport-weight, so it's gonna take me a while! :)

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  6. goodness, first it was the ballband and now it's DW. lol. I hadn't even thought about using a variegated and a solid or vice versa!! I gotta tell you, you go above and beyond yarn combinations! I love it!!

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  7. Don't know whether you have tried it yet - I just surfed in from Monthly DIshcloth KAL, but ....

    The LionBrand Dishcloth - done in two colours - is (to use a cooking term) to die for.
    Use a solid colour for the first two rows of the pattern and a variegated colour for the third and fourth rows.

    Or to use up the left-over bits of yarn. With only two rows to do - you can use up multiple mini-balls of yarn!

    Happy knitting,
    Janey
    janeyknitting@yahoo.ca

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  8. Wow, you are really cranking those out! I have one in that pattern from a swap partner - I love it!

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  9. Very cute - can't believe how fast you are finishing these!

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  10. LOL, I can see that you like them. They look nice, especially the one withthe two solids! ;o)

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  11. Yes, I think you are addicted, but what better addiction could there be. That is a lot of cloth knitting and they are all beautiful.

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  12. Wow, those look great. I love the colors!! Bright and fun!

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  13. ooh, I printed off the pattern and need to make one.. I also have lots of varigated yarn that begs to be knit into one of those!!

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  14. Very nice dishcloths! Beautiful pictures..enjoyed the visit to your blog.

    Toni in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains

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  15. They are all gorgeous!!! I'm digging through my S&C stash right now!

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  16. How pretty! I think my favorite is the blue one on top.

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  17. Okay, I think my fave is the pink, yellow, blue, you know...spring colors in the middle...they are all lovely!!!

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  18. it's a great pattern. i love it to and a really fast knit. great cloths!

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