Thursday, July 07, 2011

Knitted Picture Dishcloth Rooster

Picture Dishcloth Rooster

Bringing back the memories! Way back in 2005, I taught myself how to knit with an instructional book and the Internet.
My first project was a dishcloth with a rooster, "Rodney". I used the wrong type of yarn (acrylic instead of cotton) and I am sure the wrong size needles.
Now 6 years later, I've done another one. This time with the correct type of yarn and needles. Welcome home, Rod!
This handknit dishcloth is available at my ArtFire studio:

Today I finished a sunflower picture dishcloth and am now working on a dishcloth with the State of Arizona.

I will be accepting custom orders of state dishcloths in your choice of colors. $3.00 each plus $2.00 shipping for first one and $1.00 each additional requested. All 50 states and the "USA" are available. Email me with your requests DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY until your order is complete! Mention scrubber and get an acrylic yarn scrub dishcloth free!

These dishcloths are incredibly durable. One I have been using for over 2 years is so beat up and abused and looks horrible.
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  1. Oh I learned to knit in 2003, and have been doing it ever since, I like the dishcloth, that is really cute, I have been making soap holders out of cotton they hold a bar of soap, not for my store just for family...

    Have a good weekend

  2. Thank you, Joyce!
    The soap holders sound neat.