Free Hi and Poor Jake

After I got back from the Pottstown Knit Out, I couldn’t resist writing the pattern up for the Hi dishcloth. I got such a kick out of knitting it up for the class. Unlike my Dishcloth in a Dishcloth design which never really came out the way I envisioned, the word ‘Hi’ is easily recognizable.

Should you care to knit yourself a dishcloth that will greet you every morning, the pattern can be downloaded for free by clicking on the link below.

Surprisingly Jake did not assist in the photography which is perhaps why it is missing that extra something. Poor Jake is feeling a little under the weather.

Of course, we still went for our walk this morning after Jake gently reminded me what time it was. Plus, he received his after-walk treat. He’s not THAT sick. He just has a minor ear infection. He came down with it because I was just bragging the other day about how he never gets ear infections in the wintertime. I jinxed him, you see.

However, he was sick enough to wake me up at 4:30 this morning. After a good ear cleaning, a treat, and ample cuddle time, Jake went back to sleep. I had no such luck.

7 thoughts on “Free Hi and Poor Jake

  1. That’s so cute! I will have to knit one. Also, thank you for the knitting advice. I’m determined to conquer all the knitting hang ups that I’ve had in the past. haha. There’s really no excuse for me, because there are so many knitting resources on the the Internet.

  2. Cute idea for a dishcloth ~ thanks for the pattern!

    I hope Jake feels better soon. Mr Puffy used to get ear infections all the time but not so much so now that live in a drier climate.

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