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Hold On To Your Britches!

Dishcloth Britches

Dishcloth Britches

Do you remember these? I remember going to the church bazaar with my grandma and seeing them with the little poem attached. There are several versions of the poem floating around.

I did this pair up for a gift and did my own revised version of the poem:

With lots of love and lots of stitches,
I made for you these little britches.
Filled with warm and happy wishes…
Just untie the ribbons and use them for dishes!

They are super simple to make. I started with two square wash clothes. It doesn’t really matter which pattern you use. I kept it simple with these.

Simple Dishcloth
(Make Two)

Materials:
K Hook
Lily Sugar’n Cream Cotton Yarn
Ribbon to attach britches.

Ch 28.
(Work row 1 into the back loop of the chain.)
Row 1 hdc in second chain from hook. Continue across to the end. Ch 2 turn.
Repeat Row 1 until you have enough rows to form a square.
(Rows will vary depending how loose or tightly you crochet.)
Tie off and weave in ends.

Simple Dishcloth

Simple Dishcloth

Fold dish clothes in half. Weave in ribbon two rows from the bottom. Tie ribbon, gathering the dishcloth to form the bottom of the pant leg. Repeat with other dishcloth.

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Line the two “legs” up so they look like britches and weave a ribbon into the second row connecting the two parts. Tie with a bow.

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Secure with two more bows that you weave through both layers to make the britches complete.

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Attach your poem and you are ready to go!

Chime in! I’d love to hear from you. Do you remember these? Have you made them? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Casting off until the next time we hook up!

Sheri

21 Comments

  1. The Snail of Happiness

    Never seen anything like this before… they are brilliant!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      They’re great aren’t they? I hadn’t thought about them for years.

      Reply
  2. Bright Tuesday

    These are new to me! So cute!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      Oh, yay! Glad I shared them. I think I might have to make some up for the craft shows this year. I haven’t seen them around in a long time.

      Reply
  3. Bobbie Asche

    Now those are cute as hell Sheri.. I’m gonna have to make me some of these.. 🙂

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      🙂 thanks! I’m surprised at how many people haven’t seen them before. I’m definitely Italy going to be adding these to my craft show stock.

      Reply
  4. Rebecca Wells

    Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      Your welcome!

      Reply
  5. Tina Mistic

    I can remember my aunt making these when I was a kid…what kind of yarn do you use? I am going to have to make these!!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      I used Sugar n’ Cream cotton. Any cotton would work well.

      Reply
      1. Tina Mistic

        Why Thank you Sheri…That’s what I thought…just wanted to make sure…can’t wait to try these!!

        Reply
  6. judith merante grenier

    someone posted that there are other sayings for this little note–does anyone know what they are ??

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      There are 4 variations on this blog: http://simplesuescrafts.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html

      Reply
  7. Vickie

    I’ve never seen this, but how cute! I’m giving dishcloths for Christmas and this is a great way to do it. Thanks so much!

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      Awesome! Glad you can use the idea. =)

      Reply
  8. Sherry

    what an awesome idea, I have never seen these before now, and I am def. going to have to make some up for upcoming craft fairs, and festivals that I set up at… Thank you for posting them!!!

    Reply
  9. Lori Cole

    Yes, and there were also “Doll Dress and pants potholders,” and also “cream and sugar” potholders that were displayed, too at the church bazaars when I was growing up. As soon as I learned to crochet, I started making them and donating them to our church bazaar…such wonderful memories!!

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  10. Sue

    Oh I do remember these. My mother and grandmother use to make them with dish cloths. I had forgotten all about them. Well now I know what I can make all my grandkids. Most are grown up with children of there own. So this will be fun, Thank you so much

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      They will love them!

      Reply
  11. bremda

    How much do you charge for these

    Reply
    1. Sheri Goad

      If I was doing them at a craft show I would probably charge between $8 and $10

      Reply

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