Spiral Scrubbie Dishcloth

I made this cute spiral dishcloth out of some cotton yarn using a pattern that I found on ravelry (my new obession!)  This is the second one that I made, because for some reason while crocheting back and forth, I tend to drop stitches.

This has also become a big problem on my CAL afghan.  I seem to miss the stitch at the end of the row where the turning chain is!  I’ve put the afghan down for a few days, and I’m working on tinier projects that I can do in a few hours, like this scrubbies.  I made this one in a dark color because it seemed more manly.

On a bonus note, I just have to share the craftiness of my sister!  She made Tim this card for his birthday, isn’t that a wicked awesome robot?  So cute!


3 Responses to “Spiral Scrubbie Dishcloth”

  1. 1 Kathy September 22, 2008 at 4:40 pm

    How long does it take to make one of these? These would be great stocking stuffers for the sister/sister in law for christmas.

    I’m Princesskathy on Ravelry.

  2. 2 Krista September 22, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    @ Kathy:

    Once I stopped screwing up, it took less than an hour. The finishing instructions took some figuring out the first time, though – I had to fiddle with it a little bit! But, once you figure it out, it’s super easy. Good luck!

  3. 3 Wendy September 23, 2008 at 8:21 am

    I just found this pattern last night and am definitely adding it to my to do list. :D Btw, I’m WenP on Ravelry.

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