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Improved patterns

Hiya. :)
Today I did what I have been thinking about doing for a long time already.....
I revised the two simple patterns I wrote in the past!
I have learned a lot since I first wrote them, and I believe they are much better now. :)

... So here they are!

* Dishwashing Tawashi    New photo!!!

I still have lots of people visit this page everyday, and I'm really thankful for that. :) I made a small change on this pattern, and also I made one today with a different color combination. Hope you like it. :)

* Skateboarder's Beanie

This beanie is comfy and very easy to make. Hubby loves it. :)


Ulla said…
Thanks for the lovely patterns.The Tawashi is a very cute useful crochet thing.

My best regards
Chie said…
Thanks Ulla!
Lily said…
I never made a tawashi before. Will try one of these days. Thanks for the free pattern
Chie said…
Lily -

Hope you find the tawashi useful. :)
I use it all the time!
Mimi said…
Your tawashi will be a nice addition to a kitchen swap package ;)
Kelly said…
Hi Chie! Thank you so much for sharing your patterns with us. You are one creative lady. I'm sure I've told you that before. I can't wait to make the cat. I printed out the pattern when you first put the link up for it.

Hope all is well!
Chie said…
Mimi -
Thank you for your kind comment! Tawashi is really practical, and it's truely for use. :)

Kelly -
I wish I was more of a designer so I could put more patterns here. :D
I'm looking forward to seeing your neko on your blog! ;)
Kelly said…
I'm so bad at posting pictures of items that I have made because I am embarrassed by everyone else's talent (especially your's and Mimi's!). I know that I have to just take the darn pictures, and not worry so much. :)

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