Dishrag. Dishcloth. Face cloth. I've seen folks get all fired up in forums when someone refers to their knit or crochet creation as a dishrag, as that's somehow offensive to them!
When you're working on yours, what do you call them?
Is there a difference between a dishrag and a dishcloth? How bout a facecloth?
Are they all really the same thing?
I actually had issues when I first knitted what I thought was going to be something used on your face or body. I couldn't call it a dishcloth, it didn't seem right. I finally settled on facecloth. When I saw the name dishrag or dishcloth, I thought about the kitchen and dirty dishes or counters. For kitchen-type cloths I use the term dishcloth more often than not until I participated in Dishrag Tag this summer. (Anyone know of another one taking place? It was so fun! I'd love to do it again!) When naming my new project I felt I needed to make a separation for the cloths you use in the kitchen and the cloths you use in the bathroom. Personally, I don't think there is a difference between dishrag and dishcloth for me. I do feel that facecloth is something for your face or body, and that dishcloths belong in the kitchen. However, I do not mind which use a gifted cloth gets when it is a gift from me, as long as it is being used and enjoyed.
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