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Leisure Arts Knit Dishcloths by Darla Sims
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Leisure Arts Knit Dishcloths

by Darla Sims

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Knit Dishcloths Making dishcloths is quick and fun! Even better, this plentiful collection of 15 designs by Julie A. Ray can be knitted--or knooked! The Knook is an exciting new tool, a special crochet hook that replaces knitting needles. It creates true knitted fabric while the attached cord prevents dropped stitches. Knook kits are available at your local craft store. You can also get them from LeisureArts.com, where you'll find excellent videos and free patterns for the knook. In this book, we've included instructions both for knitting and knooking the patchwork-inspired dishcloths. For a very special gift that will always be cherished, sew together multiples of each design, fashioning a cozy "quilt" afghan.

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