As I was cleaning out all my crafting supplies in the new office -- I came across lots of kitchen cotton yarns, and I decided I needed to do something with them, rather than just store them for eternity, so I thought I would make some dish cloths with them.
It's a quick and easy project and I thought would be nice to give to a friend or neighbor.
Here is the pattern for the dish cloths that I used:
The only changes I made was that I used a "G" hook. I also added a round of single crochet at the end because I wanted the cloths to have a slighly thicker border on them. I made a tag using my Thanksgiving set (Skipping Stones Design) and some pretty paper by K & Co. that I picked up at JoAnn's.
Stamps: Thanksgiving (Skipping Stones) Paper: Tim Coffey Fall Mat Pad (K & Company), More Mustard (SU!), Solar White Classic Crest (Neenah) Ink: Bravo Burgandy (SU!), More Mustard (SU!), Ruby Red (SU!), Onyx Black Versafine (Tsukineko), Vintage Sepia Versafine (Tsukineko) Accessories: hole punch (Fiskars), Tag corner rounder (SU!), dimensionals (SU!), 1 1/2 " Brushed SHR C3 Copper ribbon (Offray)