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Week 2: Cluster Drop Stitch
Well, with this beautiful project I have managed to accomplish not 1 but 2 different firsts for myself in the world of crocheting…. 1. Crocheting with Cotton, and 2. Crocheting a Wash Cloth.
With this project I have also found my new love. Cotton. I love it! So can’t wait to do my next washcloth or to find some other amazing project to use this wonderful fiber with!
Now, I know what your thinking. Why in the world would you make something so pretty just to use it to wash your dishes?! The answer is quite simple ….. I Don’t Know. Hahaha! (I crack myself up)! All I know is that I cant wait to use them!
Difficulty: Advanced Beginner
Sugar and Cream Cotton Yarn – I chose to use 2 different colors
Is not important for this pattern
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
SLST – Slip Stitch
Special Stitches – Spike Cluster Stitch Tutorial by Moogly Blog
Special Notes: I chose to carry the yarn up the side of the project (pictured below), Tutorial by Yarn Obsession. If you chose to finish off for every color change you will have lots of ends to work in. When working the edging I made sure to crochet those carries into the edging.
Spike Cluster Stitch Wash Cloth
With Main Color CH 31
1. SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in each stitch across (30SC)
2. CH1, turn, SC in each stitch across.
Row 3-4 – Repeat row 2. Change to Secondary Color on last SC
5. CH1, SC in next 4, Spike Cluster Stitch, SC in next 6, Spike Cluster Stitch, SC in last 4 stitches
6. CH1, Turn SC in each stitch across
Change to Main Color in last SC
Repeat row *2 an additional 4 times, then repeat row 5 and 6*
Continue to repeat from *to* until desired length is reached, change to Main Color in last stitch and repeat row 2 an additional 2 times. Change to Secondary Color in last stitch, and Finish off Main Color.
CH1, Turn work *2SC in the first stitch, 1SC in each SC across, 2SC in last SC stitch. Working in the end of the rows, 2SC in the first end, 1SC across the end of the row, and 2SC in the end of the last row*, repeat from *to* once more. Finish off, join with Invisible Join by Look At What I Made
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