The yarn for both is Lily Sugar 'n Cream cotton, which I like because you can machine wash and dry it.
This pattern is easy and I like how the colors change when knit in short-row wedges (no color-pooling here), but to close the cloth up, you need to garter graft live stitches from the needle to your cast-on edge. It's difficult and if done incorrectly or too tight, there's a very definite hard line in an otherwise sqwooshy cloth.
I made this mistake with the green one (my first attempt at this pattern) and had to undo the bind off and try again. It's better now.
I still have to wash/dry these. I hope that after drying the bind off row will pull in and hide.
I've been trying to think of another way to close these up. Maybe a provisional cast-on of some sort, but that might not work because you have to wrap one of your very first stitches... Hmm...