It Started with a Dishcloth

Our sponges are getting gross and I can’t seem to remember to put them on any grocery list, or that we even need them. I’m almost never happy with whatever I find anyways, so I decided to make several dishcloths with all the cotton yarn I have for such a purpose. It really is quite satisfying to make three or four of these in an hour.

If only there was an end weaving fairy who would take gifts of honey (or the scrap yarn from the ends!) in exchange for weaving them all in. I keep trying to convince my kids it’s a fun activity, but they see right through me. I’ll get to it soon. I’m just distracted by the granny square sweaters I’m suddenly in the mood to work on. My youngest’s is almost done, and thankfully I had not seamed the sides. She was very excited to try it on and I was able to see how many more squares I need to make. She was a lot smaller when I started making this for her!

Published by adg34

Wife, mother, massage therapist, crafter, book lover, and nature lover.

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