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Annual dishcloths.





As long-time readers might remember, every year for Christmas, I make my grandmother a set of dishcloths. I realized last week that I hadn’t made this year’s set yet, so after a quick trip to the store, I sat down yesterday afternoon to get started. Christmas movies, PJs, tea, and the Christmas tree made 4 dishcloths quick work. Now I just need to wrap them and that’s one more thing checked off the list! Still lots of other knitting happening here, but lots I can’t share just yet.
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How is your Christmas knitting coming along?

Linking up with KCCO and Yarn-Along.


  1. Hopping over here from Ginny’s Yarn Along…I knit and gift so many dishcloths for others, even while my own supply is dwindling thanks to disposal accidents, knife cuts that lead to unraveling and just general “somebody took them outside for some reason or another and they didn’t make it back to the kitchen”. *sigh* (Such is life with teen sons.) Take time to knit for your own kitchen, too!!

  2. susancardoza susancardoza

    I LOVE the colors in the dishcloths!

  3. It looks like you and I are using the same dish cloth pattern this year. Your grandmother will be very happy!

  4. Mine’s finished! Yay! Love those dishcloths!

  5. I didn’t know what to give my grandmother this year and just copied your idea right away. So happy I stumbled upon your blog and thanks for the inspiration!

  6. […] some candy from a Swedish christmas market. But than the other day I stumbled upon Kylie’s post who’s knitting dishclothes for her grandma. So I just copied that idea right away! Niclas and […]

  7. Oh the joys of dishcloths – I love how quick they are to knit up!

    Happy Holidays!

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