“…is it intervention time?”

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I’m a huge fan of Amy Marie’s slip-stitch dishcloths. This pair is her “Dishscraper That Never Sleeps” pattern. ¬†What? An almost-sophisticated dishcloth? How could that be? Maybe we should call this one a spa cloth. Here’s a closer look.

brown_cityAnd here’s its twin city.

skyscraper2I knit it in DROPS Muskat, a sport-weight cotton.

How about her “Flamingo Shores Kitchen and Spa Cloth?” Pretty spiffy, shown here in Knit Picks Dishie Solids.

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Sometimes Amy Marie’s cloths are interesting color studies. This one, I call “Bunny Hiding in Spring Grass”–for obvious reasons.

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Look what happens in colors that don’t share the same tonal qualities.

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“Some Bunny Do the Dishes Cloth” really pops in contrasting colors.

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“Squirrel Away the Dishes Cloth” worked well in both colorways I chose. These are knit in every dishcloth knitters’ old standby: Lily’s Sugar ‘n Cream.

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Definitely very cute, very clever, very easy.

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Since I’ve worked through most of Amy Marie’s slip-stitch patterns, maybe Dot won’t need that intervention she has planned for me. ¬†Check out more of this designer’s patterns available for purchase on Ravelry. And check out a few more that I’ve knit and blogged about already.

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