#112 Buttered Waffles Crochet Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

Designer Peggy Mowry wrote:

I’m Peggy Mowry, “Peggity” on Ravelry.com. My dishcloth was inspired by a woven placemat pattern in “Crochet Patterns by Herschner’s” May/June 1988, Vol. 2 No. 3. I wanted to incorporate a contrasting color chain into my dishcloth and this pattern was the perfect foil. I have been a crocheter since age 8 or 9. I taught myself, and as a left-hander, did a terrible job of it because I’ve always crocheted upside down and backwards! This didn’t stop me from crocheting my twin sister’s wedding gown, however. J You can check it out on Ravelry.

Thank you Peggy for your cheery dishcloth design for the Dishcloth-a-Day Challenge and for sharing your story. I love the name!

Follow me onto Dishcloth #113 and the rest of the story…

The Buttered Waffles Crochet Dishcloth is now available in the Sunny Days Crochet Pattern Set.


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  1. scangel

    I know what its like. I too am a lefty and the only problem i find is when i am doing clothing like sweaters and such. things that have any shaping to them. But it doesn’t stop me either as my favorite thing to do is quilt afghans.

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