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10 Sep

#253 Flat Rose Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

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10 Responses to “#253 Flat Rose Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet”

  1. Reply Cheryljk says:

    I really love this, it is so pretty.

  2. Reply CamillaInTheDesert says:

    Thanks Maggie….LOVE IT!
    Would make an awesome afghan.

    *´¨)¸.·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*¨)
    Thank you!
    (¸.·´ (¸.·* so much for posting for free,



    • Reply CamillaInTheDesert says:

      Hey Maggie…how do I add a picture to my profile…I am not fond of being a generic dude LOL..
      I tried through my profile but there is no way to change pix.


  3. Reply Patriciagroth says:

    this is really pretty but i’m having trouble with the first three rounds. having trouble with it coming up with the right loop number.

    • Reply CamillaInTheDesert says:

      Hi Patricia…the pattern looks a bit complicated especially when you read it..
      Just use a highlighter for the MAIN repeat and sticky notes to hold your place.
      I just made it and this helped me…
      Beautiful pattern too.

      Hope this helps.


  4. Reply Flo Ann Cram says:

    This is SO pretty. My next project!

  5. Reply Patriciagroth says:

    i finally finished this project!! it came out really pretty . i’m glad i stuck to it. thank-you for the suggestion- it really helped.

  6. Reply CamillaInTheDesert says:

    Hi Patriciagroth…glad to help..and I agree it is really pretty!!!

  7. Reply CamillaInTheDesert says:

    Maggie is a doll to offer us such amazing freebie patterns..but I must admit…I am guilty of buying a lot of her other patterns lol..
    Maggie??? are you there ??? LOVE your work..and I am a crocheter for 50+ years…designed a few of my own..but just for gifts lol..
    Hugs all and TGIF.


  8. Reply JayCei says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this. It was nice and quick and came out perfectly! I see a lot of these getting made for Christmas, not just as gifts, but for myself as well! Perfect for a handmade Christmas setting! 🙂 Thanks again!
    Care and Blessings!

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