Loganberry Dishcloth

One of my favorite things to do in the summer is to ride my bike down to my local farmers market and choose a flat with 6 boxes of my favorite berries – blueberries, raspberries, strawberries – and of course loganberries!  When I finished my new dishcloth pattern, the bobbles resembled berries, especially in the bright Begonia pink of the Dishie color I chose.  So I decided to call it the Loganberry Dishcloth.

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This was a very fun pattern to do – I’m not the biggest fans of bobbles but I do love them on dishcloths – they’re great for scrubbing those dishes.

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And the back has a fun design too, something I try to do with my dishcloths but don’t always succeed.

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We’ve been enjoying doing these dishcloths – and we hope you have been too!

Find this week’s dishcloth here:

Loganberry Dishcloth

And all of them are here!

52 Weeks of Dishcloth

 


5 comments

  1. Freda Peisley / May 27, 2014 / Reply

    looks yummy!

  2. Diana / May 27, 2014 / Reply

    Please let me know if the 52 week dishcloth has been put into a magazine or book? Would be easier then printing all these copies.
    Thank you for the lovely patterns.
    Diana

    • admin / May 28, 2014 / Reply

      Hi Diana, yes they will be collected in collection in early 2014!

  3. Debbie / June 21, 2014 / Reply

    I am trying this dishcloth and have just realized that the p3tog is creating a constant decrease? Where do I pick up the increase on this pattern? Too cute! Bu I am obviously missing a big part of the pattern!!!

    • admin / June 23, 2014 / Reply

      Hi Debbie – you will be (K1,P1, K1) all in 1 st either before or after the P3Tog. That creates the increase.