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Sun Catcher Dish Cloth

Sun Catcher Dish Cloth
Sun Catcher Dish Cloth These dainty, bright, detailed dish cloths work up quickly and beautifully when using both acrylic or cotton yarns. Acrylic yarns create durable cloths with superior scrub-ability, while cotton cloths can be doubled as face cloths as well, adding an element of simple elegance or sunshiny fun! These cloths are created using size I hooks and medium worsted weight acrylic yarn or cotton yarn with their corresponding size hooks. Note: Joins are worked with slip stitches in top of first stitch of each round. Lets Begin! 1. Have a LOVEly day! Love all you do, and those you have, with all your heart!

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