Tiny Crochet

I took a break from crocheting a gingham check blanket to try something different.
Remember the lot of vintage crochet thread my mom gave me a while back? Well, I wanted to see what it would look like if I actually crocheted a dish towel out of it. 

I pulled out me tiny crochet needle and the large spool of thread to see what I could do. 
I chose to crochet using the moss stitch as its makes a tighter weave look. 


Oh my gosh! It took like for..ev...er! After a couple rows I wondered what in the world had I started. I refused to give up and kept on crocheting. A few nights and several TV programs later, I created a small dish towel. I’m pretty sure that after its washed, it will be the size of a washcloth as it’s made with 100% cotton thread. Well, see.  


My husband felt of it and like the texture. It’s soft and thin. It was almost like gauze. If it comes out as a washcloth, we can still get some use out of it. 


Now I will get back to working on the gingham check blanket. I have really been taking my time with it as its boring me. The warm weather is among us now too, so it makes crocheting a blanket less appealing. 

I also have another project in the works that I can’t wait to show you. 
So stay tuned. 

11 comments

  1. Your abilities always amaze me. I aso think I undestand the term 'boring' used even when creating. That applies to other hobbies as well, even writing.

    Love from Florida. We have a Grand and a Great-grand plus our son visiting for a few days. I smell bacon this morning as cereal is forgotten and SHE is 'mommying' (tro quote you) again. LOL

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  2. Oh that is beautiful.
    Wish we were getting warm weather. Tonight it is supposed to go in the 20's and would you believe more snow!!

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  3. LOVE your determination to get Er done! Love the texture and thin weight of that beauty. Well done!

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  4. It's lovely Lisa. It looks so refined! happy Saturday.

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  5. Beautiful work Lisa! I haven't crocheted a project this small, but it's on my list to do so!

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  6. Hi Lisa, that is very thin yarn to work with. Your washcloth came out really pretty and so delicate. I love how talented you are with your crochet projects.

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  7. Very pretty, you have so much talent!

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