bath flannel

A few weeks ago, on one of our many Half-Price Book runs, my dear mum picked up this book. (Interesting that Amazon US didn’t have it…)

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The author grew up in South Africa, so the book has some English traditions as well as a few native remedies and recipes. Aside from the practicality, it’s a very interesting read.

One of the things I decided to try was this bath flannel pattern. It’s mostly knitted with a crochet border, and it’s fantastic for pulling off masks and exfoliants. I really like the idea of homemade washcloths; well, homemade everything, I suppose. If it can be, I will!

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It turned out fairly excellent, in my opinion. I love knitting cotton; and the texture is splendid.

I used Louisa Harding nautical cotton, with a size 7 needle and an H hook. I think needle size will depend on your yarn and the desired tightness of the stitches.

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otter.

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