Dishcloths to Crochet by Pat Olski

About the Book

Author: Pat Olski
Publication Date: April18, 2018
Published by: Dover Publications
Pages: 64

Crocheters of all skill levels will delight in these playful patterns for crocheted dishcloths — they’re as fun to make as they are to use! Animals, flowers, and fruits are among the themes of the 25 patterns, which include Sweet Strawberry, Perky Pig, Dandy Daffodil, and other designs.
Full-color photos accompany the easy-to-follow instructions. The directions also show how to convert any of the dishcloths into a potholder with the simple addition of a ring. Great to stitch during warm-weather months, the dishcloths make cheerful displays, and the textured stitches are ideal for efficient dishwashing. They’re great gifts, too!

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I don’t recall ever reviewing a crochet pattern book before so I’m not entirely sure what all I should say about it. Forgive me if this review isn’t extremely long. The patterns in this book are extremely easy to understand and follow along with. The work produced by these patterns are way too cute. I think my favorites were the owl and the penguin! Crochet dishcloths are some of my favorite things to make, mainly because I love using them so much. There’s that new scrubby yarn out and it works wonderfully! The copy of the book I received for review purposes did not include pictures, but I did make every dish cloth in this book and they all turned out way too cute.

One thing I really liked was that each pattern started out with the name of the pattern, suggested yarn, guage, notions needed and finished sizes. There was a stitch glossary included in the book, which was helpful.

I received this review copy from Dover Publications via Netgalley and this is my honest opinion.

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