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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

30 dishcloths...........

I never did get to the sewing machine yesterday but I finished the yellow and white dishcloth on top of the left pile.  There are 30 dishcloths here and I have 3 locations that I am donating some too.  Others will be used for gifts.  It is so relaxing to knit them and they are pretty much instant gratification since they are done in a few hours.

The weather has changed, in the 50s last night.  It sounds like open window weather for a few days.

16 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

Knitting keeps the fingers nibble as I am concerned. Also you can sit in your favorite chair and stay busy. Chris

Sheila said...

Love your dishcloths, Wanda. I enjoy using that dishcloth pattern. I'm not familiar with the yellow and white yarn. Do you remember what it's called?

HollyM said...

I always get a stack of the cloths from a friend for my birthday. She likes to knit them for her sanity! I like white because I can then Javax them. The colors are really pretty though!

suemac said...

Like all the washcloths in all the colors in the rainbow.

Elaine said...

My aunt made me a couple of similar dish cloths and I love them. Yours are so pretty. Glad the nights are cool as that makes such a difference!

Mary said...

That's a lot of dishcloths, Wanda. You're getting pretty fast with this pattern.

Needled Mom said...

The dishcloths are so pretty stacked up like that.

Enjoy the cool weather.

Lindie Lee said...

I so very much enjoy your blog and the wonderful colors. AND reminded me again how much I used to enjoy knitting those dishcloths.

YOU are so much encouragement to me. THANKS for BEING YOU!!
Linda Lee

Muddling Through said...

Yes, Lindie Lee, thank you Wanda for being you! What a beautiful stack of dish cloths. I really need to learn to knit. If only I could just absorb it by osmosis! I'm trying hard not be be jealous of your fifties. We won't see that until late in the fall.

JJM said...

Who ever thought about dishcloths being so pretty, and yours certainly are.

JJM

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I love knitting dish cloths. I found some yarn on sale at Micheal's and I stocked up :-)

Susan Tidwell said...

I love this dishcloth pattern, would you mind sharing it with me?

GerryART said...

WHAT!!!!!
Thirty???!!!
WOW!
This is quite an accomplishment, gal

They are fun, aren't they?

Hugs

Brown Family said...

%0's sounds like a dream! Beautiful dishcloths!

Purple Pam said...

Your dishcloth pattern is my favorite. It does work up really fast. I made them last year and also a pot holder to match and gave them away to friends as Christmas gifts. I enjoy giving, and receiving, things that are handmade.

Mimi said...

where is your dishcloth pattern? I looked in the side bar and do not see anything. For a variety of reasons I would love to knit some dishclothes but need patter, needle size and type of yarn.... thanks