Thursday, April 20, 2017

Yarn Along - Knitting Update

I thought I would continue with Yarn Along on Wednesday's, 
posting knitting updates, even though Ginny is no longer hosting it.
I forgot to do it yesterday
 - And I don't really have much to report -

I am still working on washcloths for Christmas gifting.
The small ball of tan colored yarn will be the mate to the blue washcloth,
and I am going to felt some soap to go with each set of washcloths.

I had trouble finding more of the yarn I am using, 
Cascade Luna 100% cotton...
After much research,
I was happy to find more yarn at a new to me shop 
It was nice to visit the Yarn Shop and meet the owner Paige.
I found some tan yarn to go with the blue,

and these two greens I though looked really pretty together.

So...there's my knitting update, kinda' boring, but boring = fun and easy!!

10 comments:

  1. I still think those washcloths are the best idea yet for gift giving! And I'm still wanting to make some! I have ONE friend who is a knitter and I'm going to ask her to teach me and get me started when we. Get together next month!

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  2. Great idea for gifts. You keep busy!

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  3. Your knitting is never boring, Debbie, and I think those greens are SO nice!
    xo.

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  4. I have crocheted potholders but never knitted or crocheted wash clothes. Nice work, stitches look great. I have given my pot holders for gifts for years. People love them and they are great for putting hot plates on so the table will not ruin. Great job.

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  5. Those two greens do go nicely together ...

    All the best Jan

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  6. Always beaut to see your knitting Debbie. You use gorgeous yarns and these are no exception :D)

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  7. So pretty - those will likely be the nicest washcloths that your gift recipients will ever have!

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  8. Not boring to me! I love the pretty colors, and I'm beginning to wonder if there's anything you "can't" do! Smarty britches. :)

    xoxo

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  9. so pretty, love that shade of blue.... you are so very smart to be working on gifts now instead of waiting to the last minute like I am usually doing.

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  10. Actually, I don't find it boring at all. If I lived near, I would have you teach me how to make these because I think they are perfect gifts. I like the green colors; they will make lovely wash cloths. Hugs~

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