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Waffleweave is my favorite weaving structure for dishcloths. Waffleweave is threaded on the loom like a point twill but is treadled so that the weft yarn makes tiny "cells" in the cloth. After removing the fabric from the loom and washing, the cells "shrink," leaving you with a dense (but surprisingly soft), highly textured, and absorbant cloth. Because the fabric shrinks so much to create the waffle-y texture, I am required to weave as much fabric for these cloths as I am for one of my dishtowels.
Woven from fine unmercerized cotton threads in teal (peacock) on my 8 shaft floor loom. Machine-stitched ends. Each cloth measures approximately 10"x 11". Cloths have been pre-washed and dried. Easy care: machine wash and dry in your preferred manner. Chlorinated bleach is not recommended.
Some of my clients have told me that upon receipt of my cloths, they have reassigned the cloths to the tub in lieu of the kitchen sink because they are so soft!
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