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Griddle Stitch Cloth

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The griddle stitch creates such a subtle, nice texture. It’s not the most beautiful, intricate stitch but it definitely takes the simplest projects to the next level.
Last week we learned the Griddle Stitch. So now we are going to apply this stitch to a fun and easy project that will help you learn how to apply this stitch to many more projects.
One of the first things my mother had me make when I was learning how to crochet was a dishcloth. And ever since then I love making them. Many people have been gifted dishcloths, wash cloths and face cloths. It’s a quick easy gift that is so great for so many different occasions.
I love this pattern for a face cloth! The cotton yarn is soft and easy on the skin. And the stitch adds just enough to help take off the days grime and any make up.

Materials:
Approximately 65 yards of Sugar and Cream 100% cotton
Size H/8-5.00mm hook
Scissors
Needle

Abbreviations:
Ch: chain
Hdc: half double crochet
Sc: Single crochet
Dc: double crochet
St: stitch

Ch 19
Row 1:
Starting in second chain hdc across(28 st)
Row 2-21:
Ch 1, *sc 1 st, dc 1 st, repeat from * across ending in dc, ch 1 and turn.


Row 22:
Hdc across. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Happy Stitchin!

I would love to see your finished projects so use #mommastitchesmakes or #griddlecloth to show me what you have made!!!

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