Pretty Little Shells–The perfect “spa cloth.” Soft and scrubby and beautiful.
Simply Square Log Cabin Dishcloth–Perfect for using up odd scraps of yarn. Also perfect for washing dishes.
Bird of a Color–Crocheted birds with beaks and funky feet.
Little Birds in Their Nests–Sweet little birdies and their homes.
A Practically Hyperbolic Dishcloth–A fun little dishcloth more powerful than its size would suggest, thanks to the magic of hyperbolic crochet.
JustRight and BigTime Dishcloths–My favorite basic dishcloths, featuring a wonderful scrubby texture that’s both soft and effective.
Take-Tac-Go!–A cool take on the classic game. Gameboard includes a pouch for storing the pieces.
Squaring the Spiral Dishcloth–I love the spiral motif, and couldn’t resist working it into a dishcloth.
Granny’s Baby Log Cabin Blanket–The fusion of two classic patterns gives you a gorgeous baby blanket that works up quickly and is sure to please.
Between the Lines–A crocheted scarf that takes advantage of the beauty of stitches worked between stitches. Snuggly and warm in any yarn you choose.
Granny’s Log Cabin Afghan–This combination of the two classics works up quickly, looks sharp, and pays homage to the granny without being square. It’s also lovely to snuggle up under after a long day out.
Scrubbing Ruffles Dishcloth–Here’s a dishcloth with a feature that’s both beautiful and functional: lovely ruffled edges that are perfect for scrubbing tough spots and a lacy interior that keeps the cloth light and easy to work with.