Organic Cotton Dishcloth Pattern Giveaway

You girls rock! Seriously. The September Giveaway is proving to be a great success. There are also quite a number of new readers and I welcome you! I hope you have had fun going through my old blog posts.

You probably don’t need a bigger incentive to play along with this month’s giveaway, but here are a couple of pictures of the washcloths you could be knitting. Vivian of Ecoyarns knitted these washcloths with the Pakucho Organic Cotton yarn which is part of this month’s prize.

I especially love the Eiffel Tower pattern. Paris anyone?
Organic Cotton Knitted Washcloths

You can just imagine these neatly folded handknit washcloths with a ribbon around it and gifted with a bar of handmade soap. Mmm… Perfect.
Organic Cotton Knitted Washcloths

If you can’t wait to win the printed pattern that comes with the washcloth kit, you can download the pdf right now. It’s FREE! Simply follow the link below.

Free washcloths pattern available at Ecoyarns:

Moving away from the topic of the giveaway, I have recently made a decision on how I will respond to your lovely comments. I do read every single one of them but from now on, I will reply to your questions and ideas on the comment section of that particular blog post. This is so that everyone can read my reply to the question as it may be useful to others.

I also hope that you will answer each other’s questions and comment on ideas posed. I know you probably know a lot more than I do in some areas and now I’ve made it possible for anyone to reply to any specific comment.

I want this blog to be as much yours as it is mine. Without you, there is no reason for me to be here. I hope this will be a small milestone and how we all talk to each other. Let’s hang out and have a blast! Tea anyone?

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September Giveaway sponsored by Ecoyarns


35 Responses to “Organic Cotton Dishcloth Pattern Giveaway”

  1. Ooh those dishcloths look amazing all stacked up Salihan. The cotton yarn looks really yummy too!
    .-= One Crafty Mumma´s last blog ..There’s something cute about…. =-.

  2. Meg McG says:

    Instead of envisioning this as a gift, I can picture them in my linen closet, or dripping dry in my shower cause if I make these THEY’RE MINE!!!

  3. Sara says:

    I could use these as a great way to practice knitting!

    Thank you 🙂
    .-= Sara´s last blog ..busy day =-.

  4. stitchpunk says:

    Don’t they look purty! I reckon a whole bunch more of those and you’d have the makings of a gorgeous afghan too.

  5. Katie says:

    For the comment replies, I think the best way is to do it within the comments. I like to think of my comment section as a “discussion forum” rather than just a “leave a comment” place. 🙂
    .-= Katie´s last blog ..Junket FAIL =-.

  6. AmyGurumi says:

    One problem: they look MUCH too nice to actually use! Lovely. Thank you for sharing with us. 🙂
    .-= AmyGurumi´s last blog ..Free Pattern: Pumpkin =-.

  7. Maria says:

    Those washcloths are so pretty I don’t think I could possibly use them for what they are made for. Need to think of something else for them.

  8. Linda says:

    Thanks i am going to download that knitting pattern and pass it on to my mum as she is the knitter. My dad has recently passed away and she is a bit lost for the moment so this will give her something to do.
    .-= Linda´s last blog ..Outback Australia =-.

  9. Julie says:

    love those washcloth patterns!! They looks so elegant and beautiful. Thanks for the pattern link!
    .-= Julie´s last blog ..FO: Felix Baby Cardi and Apple Cozy =-.

  10. vanessa says:

    I think that is so lovely of you to share this blogspace with us, to get connected and comment on each other. And as for the reply’s, you are the first one I’ve ever met, that gave a personal answer to every comment I ever made on your blog. It was really nice of you to do so, but I can imagine it’s hard to keep up!!!!
    I’ll have a cup of coffee If you don’t mind!!!!!! 😉

  11. Kimberly Pye says:

    I really like the Eiffel Tower pattern! So clever!
    .-= Kimberly Pye´s last blog ..We’re gonna crack open the bigeg! =-.

  12. Gigi says:

    Just wanted to leave you a thank you for the crocheted hairband post! I have yards and yards of assorted leftover yarn which would work perfectly for these. Thanks! – gigi
    .-= Gigi´s last blog ..Lots of time =-.

  13. SecretAgent says:

    Miss Salihan, I would offer to bring cake, but I think we would be laughing too hard to eat it!

    .-= SecretAgent´s last blog ..Pears, Pumpkins, and Polar Bears =-.

  14. Paula says:

    These are the washcloths you use to pretty up the kitchen, would hate to have those all ratted up. That yarn would be so cute for Teddy bears. Soft and cuddly.

    • Salihan says:

      Oh I wouldn’t be using this in the kitchen either! Washcloths to me are used like face cloths. And I think the organic cotton is a nice treat for sensitive skin. 🙂

      Dishcloths and tawashi are what I use in the kitchen for scrubbing the dishes and the counter tops.

  15. Michelle says:

    I love how natural cotton looks knitted up as washcloths. Even simple garter stitch looks like it’s from a fancy spa.

  16. Heather says:

    Those look awesome. What a treat and a great gift idea!
    .-= Heather´s last blog ..Day Book =-.

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