How to crochet a crocheted dishcloth.

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The sedge is a technique which  will enable you to add a rich texture, without really bulking up the volume of a project. The stitch is attractive, tight and very well tied.
As this is a tight stitch, it is ideal for clothing, with a heavier weave. It is also popular for utility items such as washcloths.

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