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This month Leisure Arts generously provided:
One copy for me to review and one copy for me to giveaway!
This book includes patterns for 17-different dishcloths.
The designs included in this publication are:
Fast Favorite, Flower Tile and Basket Weave by Mary Jane Protus
Shells by Leisure Arts
Nine Patch, Blossom and Rainbow by Shobha Govindan
Spiral by Sarah J. Green
Lacy Stripes by Sue Galucki
Variegated by Lois J. Long
Clusters by Rhona Czepiel
Crisscross and Around the Block by Anne Halliday
Sunshine Daisy by Joan E. Reeves
Puffs and Borders by Maggie Weldon
Checks by Roberta Maier
Throughout the book you will see video camera icons beside sections where bonus technique videos are available for viewing online.
I have to admit I have never crocheted a dishcloth – I have used one at my Mother-In-Law’s house before though and I was surprised by how effective it actually was!
I love the variety of patterns available in this book!
Dishcloths are really a great way to try new stitches – you may even find one you want to use to make a different project, like an Afghan.
This dishcloth pattern even incorporates a scrubby in the centre!
I decided to try two of the designs included in the book – and if I had had more time I would have tried more of the patterns.
I did not complete the full Rainbow Dishcloth Pattern as I wanted a smaller size cloth to give to Darla and Drew for their baths…to make it easier for them to hold onto. Sometimes facecloths can be too large for my little ones’ hands!
I really liked the variety offered in this book – these projects make excellent gifts, are practical for your own use at home and are great stash-busters! They also work-up quickly – they are perfect for quick summer time projects – they will allow you to get your crochet fix without overheating under a large bulky project!
As the eBook will be gifted through the Leisure Arts dot com website directly to the winner, the winner of the giveaway will need to have, or will need to sign-up for, a free account with Leisure Arts to receive their prize. Now for your chance to win your own copy of this handy eBook! Remember to leave a blog post comment to help me choose the next Leisure Arts Inc eBook to Review and Giveaway!
Please note the Giveaway Is Over! It took place in 2014. Thank you!