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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

I Did It

I love these dish clothes and use them all the time now. My Dear Friend Nancy made me some.
I do not knit. I really can't crochet I can chain and I can make a Granny square that's it!
I bought Peaches and Cream cotton yard and a crochet needle ,I was determined to make a dishcloth. SO here it is . I have a ways to go as you can see in the pix. but slowly I'll get there. Practice makes perfect.:o)
Have friends coming by later .Little Shadow is still with us. She wants to spend the night again tonight.We will take her home tomorrow evening when we go to our Christmas gathering at her house.
Have a warm cozy day!
Blessins',
Lib

6 comments:

cozythyme said...

Good job Lib! You can do it! Nancy

PEA said...

Well look at that, you really did crochet a dish cloth:-) Good job! It looks like you've been making them for ages, I'm so impressed!! I love those type of dish cloths as well and use tham all the time.

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, dear Lib and may all your dreams come true during this magical season! xoxo

Anonymous said...

Hi Lib,
Just a quick note to wish you and yours a wonderful Christmas. Thats a very pretty dishcloth, Washing up will be a pleasure.

Cheers, Eileen.

JoyceAnn said...

Hi Lib ~ It looks wonderful to me since I don't crochet or knit either. Crocheting was on my list of things to learn to do this year , but the year has flew by and I still haven't learnt to crochet. I guess there's a few more days left (LOL) to learn or maybe I'll just add it to next years list. Anyway your dishcloth looks beautiful , enjoy it !

~ Merry Christmas ~

Linda said...

So pretty Lib, you did a great job.

Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year too...hugs, Linda

The Blog Authoress said...

I've got that same yarn, "peppermint" I believe it was called...I wanted a dish towel too, but like you I can chain or granny square, that's it...you are doing better with yours than I am with mine...LOL!