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July 27, 2006

Dish Towel #2

I'm always humbled when I leaf through the Barbara Walker Treasury series -- it's impossible not to find something beautiful or intriguing.  Last night with the joy of dish towel knitting fresh in my head and left over yarn burning a hole in my knitting bag, I selected a pattern from Barbara's "Second Treasury" -- Two-Color Star Stitch -- and started another dish towel.  Because please, it's impossible to have too many dish towels!

July 27, 2006 in Project - Mason Dixon | Permalink

Comments

Oooh, I love this one, too!

Posted by: Kathy | Jul 28, 2006 5:15:24 AM

I have the Harmony guides and I actually will look through the book before I go to bed sometimes because there's such wonderful possibilities. This is a great pattern you're using!

Posted by: Jeff | Jul 28, 2006 6:16:15 AM

I love her books too! There are so many patterns I'd like to try. Your new dishcloth's looking good!

Posted by: Monika | Jul 28, 2006 7:06:00 AM

This is a nice looking stitch, and the colors are great together. What does it look like on the flip side? When it's done, I'd love to know how absorbant it is.

Posted by: Tonya | Jul 28, 2006 8:17:02 AM

Oooh that is a pretty stitch pattern. Never knew cleaning could be so fun :)

Posted by: Vicki | Jul 28, 2006 8:32:57 AM

what did you think about ramona street qulters? a friend of mine from weaving is coming next year. she has two alpacas.

Posted by: callista | Jul 28, 2006 9:48:18 AM

Now I have to ask - how usable are hand knit dish towels? Do you use them to wash, or to dry dishes?

Posted by: Kathy | Jul 28, 2006 2:59:07 PM

and a bull and mohair goats and etc etc

Posted by: callista | Jul 28, 2006 3:58:43 PM

great way to test out new stitch patterns and yarn combos!

Posted by: hPNY knits | Jul 28, 2006 5:48:16 PM

What a gorgeous pattern this is!

Posted by: Dipsy D. | Jul 28, 2006 11:10:50 PM

I always recommend the Barbara Walker Treasury series and/or the Harmony Guides. Sometimes when I need inspiration I look through them to jump start me. It's amazing what one can create with two needles and some string.

Posted by: Beverly | Jul 29, 2006 9:48:49 PM

Please give tip: What is best yarn for washcloth or dishcloth making? Sorry so practical, I have to USE what I knit....

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Posted by: kathy b | Jul 30, 2006 8:24:24 AM

Ok, you've officially convinced me. I keep seeing people mention those books, and I thought that maybe I could wait a while before I bought more knit-literature...but....arg, I feel my will power giving straight out. =)

Posted by: Faith | Jul 30, 2006 5:30:57 PM

Maybe they make sense when you can, apparently, knit in your sleep. The weeks it would take for me to turn one out would require that I frame it or something. Yours are beautiful and useful! What a great combination.

Posted by: stefaneener | Jul 31, 2006 9:25:24 AM

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