Monday, May 27, 2013

Knitting Washcloths

My road trip knitting project has turned into a rehearsals knitting project. Isn't it funny how that happens? The majority of my ventures end up taking longer than I expect them to. Sometimes it's because they end up being more difficult than expected, but it's often because I get carried away and turn little ideas into bigger ones. That's what happened here.

I was going to make one little washcloth to use up some cotton yarn from my yarn stash, and I ended up loving it so much that I decided to make a whole set.

Do your little knitting projects have a tendency to turn into larger ones as well?

I can't help myself...

p.s. I'll be posting the pattern for these little washcloths as soon as I finish the whole set.


  1. A few times I have bought enough skeins for a long scarf but decide a third of the way through my project to make two cowls instead lol

  2. :) you're funny ...
    We're complicated beings I guess !

  3. Those colors are so cute for washcloths! They are very pretty. Do they match the colors in your kitchen or are they just colors you like and had extra yarn in?

    1. I wish I could say I thought ahead and color coordinated them with my decor, but they were definitely just the yarn colors I already owned. I'm thinking of buying a couple more skeins in complimentary colors, though, so I can have a super vibrant set. =)

  4. Love this stitch! Looks lovely! :) ~Stephanie

  5. Lovely project - the yarn looks fantastic!
    Usually my crochet projects tend to change while being in the works, so yes, I know the feeling :)

  6. Love these wash cloths, my grandmother always made them for us and now I make them for my kids. Great as dish cloths too....nothing compares.
    I will use my cotton stash for these....thanks


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