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Ravelry: Cable Stitch Dishcloths pattern by Dedri Uys

These cable stitch dishcloths work up quickly and are textured, yet dainty. The cable stitch is easy to master and one of my favourite stitches so far. The post Cable Stitch Dishcloth { 2 Free Patterns} appeared first on Look At What I Made.

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Crochet Stitch - Interweave Cable Stitch - Meladora's Creations by JadeMonroe

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Crochet Star Stitch Dishcloth/ Baby Washcloth - Free Crochet Pattern on Ravelry

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This pattern creates the PERFECT crochet dishcloth. It is worked on the bias so it has just the right stretch and weight to it. And at approx 9.5” square it is big enough for kitchen clean up, or messy little hands and faces. It also works up fast, start to finish in less than an hour!

It is worked on the bias so it has just the right stretch and weight to it. And at approx square it is big enough for kitchen clean up, or messy little hands and faces. It also works up fast, start to finish in less than an hour!

**UPDATE :: C2C Illusion Blanket, general instructions by Trish Smith (no specific written pattern). A very clever idea using corner-to-corner diagonal box stitch, with 4 panels joined as they are made. Color graph available on Ravelry page. **Here's the link for her joining tutorial on YouTube ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd8cPylwbA0 . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #crochet #afghan #throw

:: Illusion Blanket, general instructions by Trish Smith (no specific written pattern). A very clever idea using corner-to-corner diagonal box stitch, with 4 panels joined as they are made. Colour graph available on Ravelry page.

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