I finished the knitting part of this dishcloth and then set it aside to do the weaving in of the ends later. In the intervening weeks I forgot that THIS WAS THE LAST DISHCLOTH IN THE BOOK! All hail “Annie’s Choice,” which is the name of this pattern.
I used the yarn I got at SCRAP which cost me less than $2 and made multiple full-sized dishcloths. The regular skeins I’ve been using previously I can get two dishcloths, but only by shorting the boarder. This yarn is, however, acrylic and might not be as good for a dishcloth as cotton yarn would.
And here’s a nice photo of all the knitted dishcloths I had on hand. I’ve given many of them away. I liked this book. It was fun to follow the instructions and have patterns emerge. It was very much like counted cross stitch. I’m looking forward to my next book which will help me learn many different knitting stitches.