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2/27/10 2:45 P

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Hi Debbie,

I can tell you that discloths are very fun to knit. They make great gifts and are also nice to keep. The fun part is that they take a short investment in time and yarn and you get to try all kinds of new tecniques and stitches! I have several in my kitchen and have given lots of them as gifts to friends and family.


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2/26/10 9:40 P

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Welcome Debbie to Dishcloths!! Its a popular name!! emoticon emoticon

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2/26/10 7:47 P

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Hi everyone, my name is Debbie and I've been with SP for a little over 2 months. I began learning to loom knit last Oct. with a friend and we make hats and give to cancer patients and children's hospital as our act of kindness.
I have not made dishclothes, but would love to. My oldest daughter got one from someone at her work for christmas and absolutely loves them. I would like to learn and make them for gifts, as well as keep some for myself. This looks like a fun group and want to thank you for having me.

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