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Heart Dishcloth

I love to decorate my kitchen with a seasonal dishcloth!
The Valentine's Day is near, and I just had to make this heart-shaped dishcloth.

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I used "My Heart Dishcloth" pattern

I omitted ch-1 on straight lines, and I added a loop.
I had to add my boy's little snowman art he did at kindergarten in the photo. :) I thought it was so cute, and I love how they used popcorns for the snow! Also, a little shell is the mouth. :D

Have a great weekend!

Comments

Ulla said…
Very lovely combinations of colours to the potholder.A heart but a heart of a creative crochet lady.
Have a nice weekend you too.
Ulla in the north of Sweden
Chie said…
Ulla -
Thank you so much! Dishclothes are so much fun to make, and such instant gratifications!
Mimi said…
Cute heart dishcloth, Chie!
Your son is creative too!
Chie said…
Thanks, Mimi! :)
Sharon said…
Chie, I love your dishcloth. I'm inspired to make one now. What kind of yarn did you use? Was it the kitchen cotton?
Chie said…
Sharon -
Yes, it's the Sugar'N Cream kitchen cotton yarn. :)
I'd love to see it on your blog when it's done! ;)
Jackie Lim said…
Hi Chie,

Found your blog in Lily's blog.

Thanks for sharing these cutie. Love your works.
Chie said…
jackie lim -

Thanks! Glad you visited my blog!

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