Dishcloths Galore!

Last week, I finished the second of two Harry Potter Gryffindor Scarves.  Molly Weasley would have been proud, if I do say so myself.  The scarves were delivered on Friday and there were two very happy Gryffindors who got to wear them.  They sent me an adorable video thank you over Facebook, and it truly made my weekend.

Year 1-2, left, and Year 3-4, right
Year 1-2, left, and Year 3-4, right

After finishing these scarves, which had been on my needles for almost two months, I turned my focus to projects that will give me immediate satisfaction and completion – dishcloths.  From the quick results to the fact that they are just so darn functional, dishcloths are a great project.  I also love the bright colours of the yarns – surprise, surprise right?

I got three dishcloths knit this weekend: The Aunt May Dishcloth, The Right Angles Dishcloth, and a Feather and Fan dishcloth, pattern from the ball band of an old ball of Bernat cotton yarn.  I love the angles and the unique textures that the first two patterns give, and the feather and fan, I knit simply because the pattern was conveniently close when I was ready to cast on!

Feather & Fan, Right Angles, and Aunt May
Feather & Fan, Right Angles, and Aunt May

I will be making a big, grown up decision in the next day or two.  If all goes to plan, these cloths will come in handy.  More details next week, knitting friends.

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