Thursday, June 15, 2017

Yarn Along...

Wednesday's "use to be" Yarn Along...
That is over now but I thought every now and again, on Wednesday's,
I would bore you with what I am knitting.
I do know today is Thursday,
I have no memory of Tuesday, but I am writing this on Wednesday
so maybe that counts.

So "what's on my needles" you ask??
Washcloths - I am still knitting washcloths - even I have become bored with them!

I finished the green set and I have that pretty homemade honey soap to go with the set.

I finished the grayish one and yesterday, 
I started it's companion, the blue one.

My hydrangeas are blooming and I could not be happier.
Yesterday, I snuck outside and cut a few blooms to bring inside.
It is suppose to cool off the next few days, 
if it does, 
I'll show you all of my pretty hydrangea bushes.
I have a total of six, these all came off of the same plant, an Endless Summer!
I love when one bush provides a variety of colors!!

18 comments:

  1. Hi Debbie, they look handy, my mother use to do a lot of knitting and crochet work as well as embroidery. When I was a little boy I use to sit and watch Her, mesmerised at the speed of her hands.
    Take care, Gordon.

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  2. Ooooo - washcloths and hydrangeas! Nope - I'm not bored!

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  3. Wowwww ... They're so cute with so many colors, Debbie.
    Buen jueves.
    Besos.

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  4. Hello, the washcloths are pretty. I love all the colors. Your hydrangea blooms are beautiful. It is cooler here too, enjoy. Happy Thursday, have a happy day!

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  5. The washcloths looks great and love the hydrangeas! Think it is suppose to be 107 here today hahahaha

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  6. You motivate me to go cut my Hydrangeas. They look lovely. Your washcloths are beautiful. I hope you are cooler.
    I love that blue. I am so glad you decided to do a Yarn Along. I love seeing what you are working on.
    We will be hot then hotter and hotter. 111 on Monday eek!!! My hydrangeas will be toast after that. Poor things.
    So glad you shared Debbie. Yesterdays post scared the crap out of me. So I was so happy to see this one.
    I am glad you are okay.

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  7. Such beautiful colours from the same plant! A first for me! Glorious!

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  8. LOL... My poor husband!!! I just *had* to show him your gorgeous Hydrangea blossoms!!!

    Some years ago, he planted hydrangeas in front of our front patio. First year, they were amazing!!! Next year, not so much. Then nothing. He has read about them, and done everything he was "told" to do, and still... Nothing! It is the bane of his gardening existence. -grin-

    Sooooo, I ask you... What is your secret???????? :-)

    Actually, he should dig them up and start over but....

    Luna Crone

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  9. I think the washcloths look good and I love hydrangeas ...
    Here's to some cooler weather for you soon.

    All the best Jan

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  10. You work is beautiful and so are the flowers...I love those.

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  11. Oh wow! The Hydrangeas are so pretty.

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  12. Your washcloths are so pretty, I never tire of seeing your work. Love those hydrangeas!

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    1. many thanks patti, i never tire of reading your kind comments!!!

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  13. Debbie, I am SO glad that you still post your beautiful knitting, even though Yarn Along is over.
    My goodness, those hydrangeas! I never knew one bush could have so many colors. They are absolutely gorgeous.
    Have a wonderful weekend, my friend.
    xo.

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  14. You are not boring us with your projects, in fact I went out and bought some handmade soaps at a farmers market and have been downloading a few different patterns to make up for washcloths, so you are an inspiration :)
    Your flowers are lovely, I wish we had more that I could bring into the house. Hope things cool down for you, I do know it gets hard to get out there when it is so HOT. We are hoping tomorrow morning is cool when we go to our towns Monthly flea market

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  15. I love how you are knitting these washcloths... I'm just about at the stage of getting organised to do some now that the cooler weather is here. You're inspiring, and I also love the addition of a pretty soap to go with them as a gift.
    The Hydrangea are fabulous - so many colours! Cheers xx

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  16. I really love your Hydrangeas; so beautiful. I also love your wash cloths. I like the gray and blue colors. I continue to think these are such awesome gifts. I don't know how to knit but I imagine I can find a pattern to crochet some. You are an inspiration. Blessings!

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