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13 Oct

#286 Christmas Star Crochet Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

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9 Responses to “#286 Christmas Star Crochet Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet”

  1. Reply peggy says:

    HOW CAN I GET YOUR PATTERN IN LARGER PRINT, AS I HAVE SIGHT PROBLELMS AND WOULD LOVE TO MAKE SOME OF YOUR DISH CLOTHS

    • Reply CM@Maggies says:

      Hi Peggy,

      You can press the CONTROL BUTTON and the + SYMBOL on your keyboard to make it bigger.

      (Press Control and – Symbol or Control and 0 (Zero) to put it back to normal size when you’re done)

      With it being an actual webpage we have it as big as it will go at the moment.

  2. Reply Joy Talsma says:

    Hi Peggy, I think you can print these out bigger. Simply select the PDF and Print preview. Then select all of the pattern and a larger percent and tell it to print the selection.

  3. Reply Joy Talsma says:

    Hi Peggy, I think you can print these out bigger. Simply select the PDF and Print preview. Then select all of the pattern and a larger percent and tell it to print the selection. I know you can view them bigger this way.

  4. Reply FREDA says:

    Wonderful Easy pattern. . . I have made several in a day.
    I am not finding the Gold for the Border. Where Can I find this crochet cotton in the Gold??
    I’ve been searching, Joanne’s fabrics, Hancock fab, nor Craft Wearhouse they do not Carry it here in Vancouver Wa.
    HELP. . . My daughter put in her order for these.
    Thanks

  5. Reply April H says:

    This patteren is so easy for me to read it is the first star pattern i am able to keep my mind focused on.
    Also, i did this w/o the edging and with a size “I” hook. turned out nicely. it took a moment to figure out the clusters, but the rest is simple. and freda, you may want to look online in specality shops or look for metalliac yarn with a cotton base.
    :)

  6. Reply Darbie says:

    Hi..

    I know this is a dishcloth, but could it be continued and made into a small afghan/blanket for a child??

    Thanks.. :-)

    • Reply eneurian says:

      it should do. you may have to adjust the increases as it gets larger as crochet stitches are not always exponential. i am going to try.

  7. Reply Marni Downing says:

    Love this pattern. Made one for my Aunt Norma’s 80th birthday. Was a big hit!

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