Great dishcloths! Especailly love the second one - it looks like a windmill.
Very, very, pretty.
I agree it does look like a windmill - :) The self striping cotton yarn makes it look even more like a windmill I expect! There we go - we have a name!!! Thanks
Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I love round dishcloths too and this one is great!Thanks again, Jonna
#1 reminds me of looking through and seeing a kaleidescope.Beautiful cloths :-)
Nice cloths.The windmill is good but I like No# 1. better. Reminds me of the circular saws Tree loppers use. or something like that.I'd call it circular teeth.LOL.Lynda
Oh how lovely! Pinwheel seems to be the name it requires, but when I first saw it, my thought were "Spider Rose" Thanks for sharing.Gray Weaver
I love both these designs and can't wait to try them out.The first one has that X that stands out, and at first I thought"X marks the spot" then I was thinking about X's and O's standing for hugs and kisses, maybe you could name #1 Hugs and Kisses
When I first saw cloth #1 I thought of the fireworks we have on the fourth of July. Love the colors in it. Of course it could also be one of my DHs wild and crazy Lilies.Windmill does fit the second cloth.dorothy in wyoming
Dorothy said fireworks for cloth#1 - how about Catherine Wheel?Love them both, wish I could get some of that yarn here, but I will try using some Anchor MagicLine and see how that works! Thanks so much for sharing!
Both of these cloths are awesome! I would call the first one Crazy Daisy. ;)
I really like these 2..Can't wait to try them . Thanks for patterns for them also. I think of a pin wheel when I see the first one.
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