Paw Print

Raymiew's picture

This is the first project I've finished since I joined the site. I wanted something easy and quick to knit during the Oscars. It also let me work with a ball of CottonEase I'd bought and wanted to try out. It was washed and laid flat to dry, but I didn't make any attempt to block it. I will put it in the dog's traveling kit to wipe his feet off before he gets back in the car.

Pattern from http://frogiezplace.blogspot.com/2007/11/paw-dishcloth-pattern.html

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Marshall's picture

What a fun pattern. Thanks

What a fun pattern. Thanks for the info on the site. I couldn't find the flamingo ... where was that? I love the Superman logo ... I'll be doing that one soon!

Raymiew's picture

Sorry the Flamingo wasn't on

Sorry the Flamingo wasn't on that site after all. You can find it here http://knittingmemories.blogspot.com/2007/06/always-flamingo.html

I was searching around for something to work and obviously lost track of my research trail.

crmartin's picture

That's really cute. Good

That's really cute. Good job.

Randy

Raymiew's picture

Thanks!

Thanks!

Asplund's picture

That's an adorable pattern!

That's an adorable pattern!

Raymiew's picture

Other than the pink

Other than the pink flamingo, it was my favorite from that site.

MMario's picture

Cotton dishclothes are

Cotton dishclothes are pretty much "self-blocking"; my mom supplies the family (which is why I don't make my own) and they travel through the washer and dryer beautifully.

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!
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Raymiew's picture

I hope it will hold up in

I hope it will hold up in the washer. The dog thinks it is against the law to walk around mud, so I'm sure it will get plenty of use.