Project: Round Dish/Wash Cloth by Pam
My Yarn: Elmore-Pisgah Peaches & Creme, Color 10 Yellow and Color 137 Sunrise (variegated)
My Hook: Size F (recommended on yarn label)
This crocheted up quickly and easily. I especially enjoyed it because I love the feel of cotton yarn.
I love my little sunny dishcloth. This may sound goofy, but I don’t know if I will be able to actually use it. I feel like I want to keep it because to me it represents our fledgling crochet community and newfound friends.
C’mon everybody! Let’s see your dishcloths! :-) Even if you don’t need a dish/wash cloth, how about making one to be a part of the crochet me Inaugural Project? You’ll zip through this fun, simple project so quickly, you’ll start thinking about making another one, I swear! Wouldn’t it be great fun to see more of these and the various colors each one of us chooses? Won’t you join in?
P.S. For those who are unfamiliar with crocheting in rounds (or if you just need a refresher), Andrew Burton has a tutorial with excellent photos at http://www.barney.gonzaga.edu/~aburton/crochrnd.html. Please note (so you don’t get confused) that in his step 1 and 2 he does not chain and then slip stitch to form a ring. Instead, he creates the ring and first round at the same time by crocheting into the first chain. Fiber Images has a how-to on joining a ring and working in a ring at http://www.fiber-images.com/Free_Things/How_Tos/how-to_crochet_rounds.htm