The Crochet Shamrock Dishcloth is made of 4 pieces sewn together to form the shamrock.
It consists of 3 triangle motifs and 1 ring.
The leaf motifs are pretty straight forward of 4 rounds. The first two rounds are strictly circles and then the shape begins in round 3 and finalizes in round 4.
You will need to whip stitch your pieces together. It’s a pretty generous size cloth as well.
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I think you do a great job trying to give crocheters (both experienced like myself (35 years a crocheter) and newbies) a broad spectrum of projects to entertain ourselves with. Living in So CA it never gets cold enough in our area to work on hats, but others in colder climates love them! I don’t care for amigurumi projects, but mom’s and dad’s with young children may love them! Again, a broad spectrum for many. It will soon be too warm to work on larger afghan projects, so the smaller wash clothes and dish clothes is perfect (especially for spring cleaning, though I tend to use cut up old cotton t-shirts for that, it’s a nice twist and gives something small to play with while watching a movie. We have two dogs, so more animal oriented projects (pet beds, rainy day sweaters for our pups, etc) would be nice.
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