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Spring Crocheted Washcloths- Made by you Monday

on April 7, 2014

I’m running way behind this season switching out my home decorations.  I change them seasonally and often for the holidays as well.  But it’s been spring for over 2 weeks now, and my winter decorations are still out.  I intended to get to them over the weekend, but then my older son (who normally helps me move the boxes in and out of the attic) sprained his ankle very badly pole vaulting, ending up on crutches.  So, between the doctors on Saturday for that and then the younger son’s lacrosse game, and company yesterday, it still isn’t done.  But it’s ok! 🙂  Hopefully this week I will get a chance between homeschooling the little one and other to-do’s.  You certainly never know what the day holds!

I did, however, find time to whip up a couple of the bright, springy washcloths.

I made up the pattern as I went along 🙂  This was my 1st washcloth pattern created by me.  I think they came out pretty good.  And I love the colors!


I’m not sure how well the ribbing texture shows in the pictures.  I hope to have these available in my Etsy shop soon. Be sure to check out my Spring yarn wreath and Easter yarn wreath also available on Etsy.


I am linked up to these parties:


Boogieboard Cottage

Skip To My Lou


2 responses to “Spring Crocheted Washcloths- Made by you Monday

  1. I love the dishcloths you made and their pretty colors! I found you through Skip to My Lou Made for You Monday, and I invite you to link up with me every Friday and weekend with anything homemade or handmade at

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