A Beginner’s Foray Into Knitting: Knitted Cat Dish Cloth

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  1. LydiaF1963 says:

    Thanks for linking up with us at Creatively Crafty! I hope your proud of your project. Once you’ve mastered knitting and purling with good tension and how to “read” your knitting you’ll open up a world of new projects. Part of learning to knit is learning which projects suit your yarn. I’ve found dishcloths and doilies are perfect as a testing ground. Recently I made a doily with some cheap acrylic yarn that I had no other use for. Turns out the yarn was perfect for showing off the stitches. Sounds like you’ve been bitten by the knitting bug. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to experiment with yarn and stitches. Enjoy your new craft!

  2. janetvlt says:

    I have never knitted dish clothes only crochet. I can knit but I have never done patterns. I will have to try doing this. Thanks for sharing your post with the Creatively Crafty Link Party #CCBG

  3. Jenny Benton says:

    Good on you for giving your kitty dishcloth a go – it looks great!!

  1. August 24, 2016

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