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#782745 - 09/15/12 08:38 AM Re: Basketweave washcloth pattern [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor]
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I never thought if it until I saw that pattern.
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#783515 - 09/21/12 11:45 AM Re: Basketweave washcloth pattern [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor]
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This is the one that is most popular when I am asked for one.
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#786523 - 10/06/12 06:23 AM Re: Basketweave washcloth pattern [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor]
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I was a little surprised at how often I would get asked to make washcloths for people. I guess it sort of makes sense since you don't see mass produced knitted washcloths, and they are small fast projects that wouldn't be a huge burden to make up. Each of the texture types gives the cloth a different cleaning ability. Open lace is scrubbyish, more solid raised patterns are absorbent and almost towel like (personally I like those for my face).
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