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    Hi, I am working on small items for Christmas gifts to give to charity. I started in September and have mad several ""fur baby" beds and am now doing "dishcloth britches".

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    @Kool Kitten. What are dishcloth britches?

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    Hi, easy to do.....2 dishcloths then use ribbon to put them together so they look like britches lol trying to figure out how to add picture for you
    Attached Images Attached Images Fun Crochet Questions: What are you working on for the month of October?-little-britches-dishcloth-jpg 

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    not my picture....just one I found on line

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    LOL. Thanks for photos. Mind you, I am not sure if there is a correct way to use them for dishes. Anyway, I am going to take a crack at this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeToo! View Post
    LOL. Thanks for photos. Mind you, I am not sure if there is a correct way to use them for dishes. Anyway, I am going to take a crack at this!
    all you do is remove the ribbons and you will have 2 dish cloths

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    LI Ro- What a nice and fun thing to do.

    Barbara- My aunt used to crochet bedspreads in crochet thread. What a project to do. I am sure it will be beautiful.


    This year I am making afghans for family. Last year I made one and this year I am working on the 6th one.

    Leona

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kool_Kitten View Post
    all you do is remove the ribbons and you will have 2 dish cloths


    I have also been making "dream catchers" coasters and sachets.....i have been using the powered pot pourri in the sachets and am looking for suggestions on how to add it so it doesn't all come through the holes

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    I have started a hexagon pattern bedspread. Pattern is free and available here:

    Tutorial: make a chunky crochet hexagon

    Instead of chunky yarn, I am using a great deal of baby yarn given to me by a fellow crocheter lady at church. And A G hook works fine.

    Note: I've found that it is really difficult to get the hexagons to lie flat. But I am new to this pattern. Pics to come.

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    I would love to see pics!

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