I asked yesterday if you knew whether Bendigo Woollen Mills Cotton is any good as a hardworking dishcloth but alas no one has used it so you advised to just try it out myself. So I will! And I will report back here with my conclusion.
Right now though, seeing as the cotton is super soft, I am knitting a couple of wash cloths to give to a brand new human, Tiago.
I'm free-styling with a good old simple stitch combo (K4, P4, repeat) x 4 rows, swap.
Then I thought I would mix it up a little and toss in 4 rows of seed stitch. Pattern is therefore 12 rows which I think I will repeat a few times but end on row 8 of pattern.
I am using the colour Parchment and I will
And I will make another in the reverse colour combo or perhaps with green. But I think the second one will be a different pattern. Either way, I have to have it finished by Friday!
This is a welcome distraction right now as I have started another project for me, well . . . hoping that I get to keep it . . . not like my Green Tea Leaves which now warms my beautiful Mother in Law's (Mam) shoulders. I have pulled the first 3 rows back several times as I'm getting in a muddle over M1L and M1R, right side vs wrong side. My stitch markers never seem to be in the right spot. It doesn't help that I keep
Right-i-o then, I better be off. It's a drizzly day in these parts and my micro men are restless. I promised that they could watch Play School and then I will take them to Bunnings! They love Bunnings hahahaha.
Happy Tuesday Peeps!