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One way you will see big improvement is to run them thru the wash. This will even out your stitches and you will be more pleased with the results.

You are doing great. Now try some of the patterned dishcloths.
Here is a good site and they are really easy also. With these patterns, you will learn to cast on and bind off. Good Luck.

http://www.knittingknonsense.com/index2.html

p.s. the "picture" dishcloths will work up better in solid colors.
 

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<KnittingFool.com> has plenty of patterns for you to try.
Vogue Stitionary likewise
Also PurpleKitty website.
Happy stitching!
 

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Thank you all for the great support!! Im making a baby blanket right now and it shouldn't take long to make,so as soon as I'm done with that I am going to try the ramen noodle stitch.
 

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BrieElizabeth said:
Thank you all for the great support!! Im making a baby blanket right now and it shouldn't take long to make,so as soon as I'm done with that I am going to try the ramen noodle stitch.
ewww, you busy lady. let us know how that stitch goes. i have never heard of it before. learning something new everyday.
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Yes, they work amazing! My second dishcloth my mom is using right now for dishes. She said "Even though she may not understand knitting I don't see why I should use your beautiful work of dirty dishes. "
 
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