Freshwater by Ms. Mal


by Ms. Mal
November 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in center pattern stitch *after* blocking
4.0 mm (G)
127 - 132 yards (116 - 121 m)
One size
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First in the Washing in the Waiting Room series. These cloths are a study in texture and stitch technique, and are great to take along for those long waits before appointments. Often referred to as “Cabbage Stitch,” this quick to crochet cloth provides a chance to learn or revisit crossed double crochet stitches. It imparts a bit of texture that’s equally beautiful on both sides and is finished off with a pretty reverse single crochet border.

One generous size. 10” square after blocking.

60 gm (127 yards/116 meters) of DK weight yarn.
Sample shown in Bernat Softee Baby Cotton color 52003 Feather Gray.

US size G (4mm) hook (or size needed to attain gauge)

Stitch markers

Wool or yarn needle

7 shells x 11 rows = 4” (10cm) in center pattern stitch after blocking

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