Rag-Tag Naturals Dish/Face cloth

Sugar’n Cream Naturals-Dishcloth

I got this far on a new project, only to find I had dropped a stitch half-way down~ Arrrrrrgggggghhhhhhh!!

Don’t bother trying to find it, it’s already ripped out and I’m redoing it. Anyway, this was suppose to be the easiest dishcloth pattern EVER and I managed to screw even this one up right off the bat.

I haven’t knitted in years, so I’m still rusty at this but it’s all coming back to me now. (que Celine Dion song)

Once I manage to finish this dishcloth, I have several new ones on my Projects list. This is going to be fun, I can tell already!

Toodles, Poodles!


Terra Firma Dishcloth

Terra Firma Face cloth

Project Dishcloth Entry for February 11, 2009
Project Dishcloth Entry for February 11, 2009 magnify
Sugar’n Cream Naturals – Dishcloth (knit)
Project info
Name: Sugar’n Cream Naturals – Dishcloth (knit)
Pattern: Sugar’n Cream Naturals – Dishcloth (knit) by Lily / Sugar’n Cream
Craft: Knitting
Made for: Test -Self
Size: Approx 10 ins [25.5 cm] square.

Needle and yarn
Needle: US 9 / 5.5 mm
Yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream Naturals
How much? 1 skeins = 95.0 yards (86.9m)
Colorway: Terra Firma
Color family: Brown
Purchased at: Herrschners in Stevens Point, Wisconsin


baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah I dropped a stitch half-way back!!

Knit 10 rows, frog 5…..

This one is a great pattern because it won’t roll up on the edges, since it’s worked from corner to corner~

Finally finished it, YIPPY SKIPPY! I can’t stop playing with this one, it’s sooooo soft~

on to the next project~Makin a *Happy Kitty* dishcloth, in place of the *Bad Kitty* dishcloth.



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