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[pullquote width=”300″ float=”left”]From the designer: It’s so easy! All slip stitches and chains, and some counting.[/pullquote]
Ah, slip stitch in the back loops. I love love love the effect! I’ve used it several times and this wonderful stitch pattern makes the most stretchy, comfy projects!
I know I’ve said this before, here at Make It Crochet. I really like my washcloths to be thin, more like hand knit washcloths. I obviously have nothing at all against crochet and never will. It’s just a personal preference. Of course, that doesn’t mean that I have to always have hand knit washcloths. It just means that I’m picky about my crochet patterns and I’m always overjoyed when I find one that works well for my personal tastes!
I have little doubt that I will drop everything and give this washcloth a whirl in just a few minutes. I’ve got some skeins of cotton right here. What better way to spend a couple of hours than trying out a new washcloth pattern and the new X-Files Event Series DVD that just came in the mail? 😉
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