3 Dishcloths and a Scrubbie
There’s a lot of variety in this pattern. You’ll get two smaller dishcloths, which I personally prefer to the larger ones, a regular sized circular dishcloth, and a scrubbie. You should only need 1 skein of the 4 oz Lily Sugar’n Cream to make them all. Each dishcloth should only take you about an hour, or even less!
Ribbed Dishcloth: This dishcloth is smaller than most, making in quick to crochet and easy to use. It’s deep, ribbed texture makes it great for those tougher spots, but it’s soft enough to be used as a wash cloth for tender skin.
Shell Dishcloth: The shell dishcloth has a gorgeous shell pattern that is super easy to make. It is also a smaller dishcloth than you normally see.
Circular Dishcloth: This is a larger circular dishcloth. It uses a stitch pattern that is similar to the granny stitch, but with alternating large and small clusters.
Scrubbie: The scrubbie is made to work against the tough food stains. It’s ripples make a great texture to, well, scrub with.