Two drifters on the morning sky

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Pattern: Morse Code Cloth by Renee M
Yarn: Ella Rae Baby Cotton (88% cotton, 12% nylon), colorways Ink and Ecru
Needles: U.S. 6 Signature straights

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Pattern: Naked by Kelly Brooker
Yarn: Ella Rae Baby Cotton (88% cotton, 12% nylon), colorway Ecru
Needles: U.S. 6 Signature straights

The obsession continues.

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After the joy of the Clover Tweed Cloth, I wanted another classic black and white cloth to add to the set. I chose this dots-and-dashes number — the natural color is carried in front of and behind the black stockingette to create the design.

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And then I was left with much more of the 100-meter ecru ball than the black, so I opted for a open, lacey single-color cloth to complete the set. The faggotted stitch is beautiful, easy, squishy and drapey, making for a truly luxurious scrubber.

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Each of these cloths took me just a couple of hours to complete. With such enjoyable stitches, silky yarn, and beautiful results, they’re like gifts to myself long before they find a final recipient.

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  1. […] was exactly what I wanted. After the joyful experience of knitting this cotton for three elegant washcloths, I could not wait to drape my daughter in its sproingy […]


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