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Do you stick your entire hand down in the glass with the dishcloth or are you one of those people who stuffs the dishcloth down in the glass and twirls it around?
I’m one of those people who sticks my hand down into the glass, so I need thin dishcloths. I can’t use the big, squishy, thick ones.
My mother is a twirler, so she can use the nice, squishy dishcloths. I guess it’s not hereditary. ha!
Shannon says right in her description on Ravelry that she doesn’t like big, bulky dishcloths and I was thrilled to hear that.
Notice that Shannon has also used a cotton/linen blend for these dishcloths.
I can’t wait to try that out. It never occurred to me to use a linen blend for my dishcloths but it makes perfect sense.
I hope I have some in my stash so I won’t have to wait for too long to get started.
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