Knitting in Florida

The Massachusetts knitter known on Ravelry and her blog as Hakucho has come up with this nifty design for a dishcloth.  Check out her free pattern for this Circle Cloth.  Rav stats show its been knit 669 times so far.  Since my nine are set out on one of my project pages, we can know for sure that’s a big understatement.

Circle cloth’s designer generously gives inspirational credit to Barbara Walker’s hexagon pattern and Anne Campbell’s Circle Socks pattern.  Mine are knit mostly of Sugar ‘n Cream or its close cousin Peaches ‘n Cream, though there is a bit of Bernat kitchen cotton in the mix as well.  I knit these during my 5 days of bird watching, kayaking and knitting in Cedar Key, Florida.  Do check out the dishcloth gallery as well as the scenes that prove this blogger was pried away from Michigan for vacation this time.


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4 thoughts on “Knitting in Florida

  1. They all look GREAT…I love them all 🙂

    Stay tuned to my blog…I’m hoping to post how I did the neater edge hopefully soon. It’s pretty easy and I do think it finishes it off better. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  2. I’m here knitting on Cedar Key. Did you go to the knitting group on Wednesdays at Kona Joe’s?
    Heading back to Massachusetts on Friday. Hate to leave this special place.

  3. …@Gail. Wow…cool to hear from you. I did not find any fellow knitters while on vacation. But I was only in Cedar Key for 5 days. You are so right….it is a very special place!

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