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I used all cotton yarn with a 5.5 mm crochet hook.
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the yarn
the yarn
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the hook
the hook
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in progress
in progress
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measured a tad big
measured a tad big
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finished dishcloth
finished dishcloth
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I had some time today to crochet and thought I'll crochet my submission for this BB. I didn't follow any particular pattern and it turned out a bit big, but oh well, it will still be useful.
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Chain of 42, hook G (4mm), yarn is Peaches & Cream 100% cotton
Chain of 42, hook G (4mm), yarn is Peaches & Cream 100% cotton
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Work in progress
Work in progress
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Finished with tape measure to show size. Probably should have skipped the border to stay closet to the desired 10" square.
Finished with tape measure to show size. Probably should have skipped the border to stay closet to the desired 10" square.
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Here’s my dishcloth, I used 100% cotton yarn that I got for Christmas.
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Cotton yarn with crochet hook (hook is 4.25 mm)
Cotton yarn with crochet hook (hook is 4.25 mm)
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Starting the dishcloth
Starting the dishcloth
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Finished!
Finished!
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A few other dishcloths I’ve crocheted
A few other dishcloths I’ve crocheted
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I think 10x10 is a bit larger than my personal preference, so I am hoping this tightens a bit with use. It was also a little sad to note how many folx are using the same brand of yarn, just because I believe more companies should be interested in non-plastic options.
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Yarn
Yarn
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Worm mode
Worm mode
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Close to halfway
Close to halfway
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And finished
And finished
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Note: Renee, please replace the diagonal measurement with two rulers showing the width and length.

 
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Couldn't figure out how to edit my post, so here's less math, but rather damp
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In the future, please resubmit all the info in a single post, to make keeping track easier for the system. Good job on  you second BB - keep them coming!
This post is part of the submission in the post immediately above.

 
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