I crocheted the dishcloth pattern from Learn to Crochet African Flower Motifs!
I've made this before, but I decided I didn't like my color choices once I was done. And I think the pictures for the post I wrote about it were ugly because I hadn't figured out some of settings on my camera. Yes, I know that the camera came with an instruction manual. No, I don't know what it's trying to tell me most of the time.
So I wanted a do-over. And here it is! I love the African flower motif--that's why I was so tickled with how my blanket has looked so far. But I thought that if I crocheted this dishcloth with white and blue yarn that it could look like a snowflake. I'm not sure if it does. Maybe I should have worked this with yellows and pinks and greens. Maybe that's what I'll do next time. I think I'll call this a snowflake dishcloth anyway.
It has six points, the yarn is in wintery colors, and I've declared this dishcloth to be a snowflake dishcloth. So ta da!
There are some cute patterns in Learn to Crochet African Flower Motifs, and I think the dishcloth pattern is a fantastic way to introduce yourself to this motif.
And it makes a lovely little dishcloth as well.