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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Dishcloth Update!

Well, I've been knitting away on dishcloths.  I got the two finished that I wanted to send to Ashley at college.  By the way, that care package was sent over a week ago & hasn't arrived yet.  I sure hope it didn't get lost in the mail!  Anyhow, I've moved on to working on my own dishcloths.  My goal is still to make 31 of them - one for every day of the month!  So far I've finished three and am working on the fourth.  They are so quick & easy to make...perfect for working on while I'm watching television.  Here is a picture...

I really love these!  I'm thinking that they would make perfect Christmas gifts.  I've also been thinking they might be something I could make & sell.  What do you think?  Would anyone be interested in buy some?  Of course, I'd have to come up with a price.  Maybe $5.00 a piece?  They are so pretty & just great to wash dishes with.  Once you've used a hand knit dishcloth you'll never go back to store bought again!



Dana said...

Lovely Lisa..but gotta be careful on in MN WI area they are going for maybe $2.75 to $3.00 tops..but that is here..just an FYI. they are well worth whatever it means to the do great work!

Mamalou said...

There is nothing like a knitted washrag. I love them and always remember having a lot of them around when I was a child. I had a friend knit me one a few weeks back but am in need of a whole That is just so I can get rid of all of my junky store bought dishrags that sour so easily. They are lovely and I am now a follower.

Mom Fashion World said...

That's awesome!
I must try to make one.

Greta said...

Cute cute. I would pay $4-5 for a cotton one.

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Jeanette said...

These are very cute! I knit my own dishcloths too - I love the pink and black one you've made!

Thanks for popping by my own four corners! I am following you back! Have a wonderful week!

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