Category Archives: Scrub-A-Dub Club

Free Crochet Mitered Square Dishcloth

Mitered squares are one of my favorite things to knit - whether it's the amazing Hue Shift Afghan or a simple dishcloth, I find each square immensely satisfying. However I've never tried it with crochet. The new free Tunisian Purl Stitch Dishcloth pattern seems to me a great way to get started.

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Free Woven Stripes Dishcloth

"“I am trying to break free from my stripes addiction, but the pull is strong!" ― Gillian Jacobs Happy Friday! If you are a beginner, looking to upgrade your knitting skills, trying your hand at slip stitches!. This weeks Scrub-a-Dub club pattern will help you get started, check out the free Woven Stripes Dishcloth pattern.

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Free Kitty Dishcloth

We love our animals here and I would say cats are the most popular (just see our 9 Lives collection!). I've always had kitties growing up and black cats were always a favorite. So I was extremely excited when we received the new member of the Scrub-A-Dub club, the adorable free Kitty Dishcloth.

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Free Tunisian Seed Stitch Dishcloth

Seed stitch, at least for knitters, gets a bad rap - many find it boring to knit. Personally, I love the look enough to put up with the repetitive motion. For a change, why not try out the Tunisian Crochet version? The new free Tunisian Purl Stitch Dishcloth pattern is a great way to try out this fun stitch.

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Free Baby Cloth Pattern

"A baby is born with a need to be loved - and never outgrows it." - Frank A. Clark If you are looking for perfect baby shower gifts to make, a soft cotton cloth is always welcome. Whether for cleaning delicate skin or using as all around snuggle piece, these towels are super useful as well as being fun to make! The newest is the very cute Baby Cloth.

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Free Cabled Sunburst Washcloth

Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you.. – Unknown Happy Friday! We are holding on to our last rays of sunshine here in the Pacific Northwest as fall sets in so why not a pretty washcloth reminding us of days gone by? The newest member of the Scrub-A-Dub club is the gorgeous free Cabled Sunburst Washcloth pattern.

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Free Mosaic Dishcloth Pattern

Happy Friday! If you are looking to try your hand at colorwork but don't know where to begin, mosaic knitting is a great first project. This weeks Scrub-a-Dub club pattern will help you get started, check out the free Mosaic Dishcloth pattern.

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Free Bird on a Wire Dishcloth

In my neighborhood, we have several crows (or a murder if you will) who enjoy out in our large trees - teasing squirrels seems to be their hobby. I like to call them my friends (I'll throw some peanuts out to them if I see them) because crows are my favorite birds. So I was extremely excited when we received the new member of the Scrub-A-Dub club, the adorable Bird on a Wire Dishcloth.

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Free Bamboo Rib Dishcloth Pattern

"Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while the bamboo or willow survives by bending with the wind." - Bruce Lee Bamboo is such a wonderful beautiful plant - it shows up around here a lot as a decorative feature in yards as privacy fence or as a gorgeous art piece in the home. If you're a fan as well, our newest member of the Scrub-A-Dub Club is for you! Check out the free Bamboo Rib Dishcloth pattern.

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Free Hipacious Houndstooth Dishcloth

Fashion fades, only style remains the same." - Coco Chanel When looking into the background of this week's free dishcloth pattern, the super cute Hipacious Houndstooth Dishcloth, I learned some fun facts. First, the oldest known occurrence of the unique checked pattern was a cloak dated between 360 and 100 BC in Sweden, though contemporary patterns were to have originated in Scotland. Second,the smaller scale version of the pattern is called puppytooth, which delights me to no end.

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