Monday, August 01, 2011

variegated dishcloths

variegated cloths

I decided to give the african flower dishcloth pattern a try in some variegated yarn. I used Bernat cottons in meadow, jewel and batik. I think the pattern looks better in a solid but these are pretty still.

I gave these to my sister who just moved into her new apartment this weekend, a nice quick gift. While I was over, she gave me a recipe book to write out some recipes for her, I have a couple but would love to find some new ones (for her and for me!). If you have any favorites, please share a link in the comments!

p.s: I'll be posting a pattern for these dishcloths tomorrow!

7 comments:

  1. What a nice present for your sister!

    I posted many of my favorite recipes on my blog:

    http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2008/04/italian-cooking-sauce_12.html

    http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2010/05/hearty-vegtable-soup.html

    http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2010/06/go-to-choco-chip-cookie-recipe.html

    http://dutchgirldiary.blogspot.com/2010/10/chex-mix-favorite-fall-snack.html

    Have a great week!

    Erin

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  2. çok güzeller ellerine sağlık..

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  3. Great washcloth--can't wait for the pattern.

    I have a great recipe for Cranberry Tea in the CrockPot.
    http://im-in-the-loop.blogspot.com/2010/11/thanksgiving-contributions.html

    Also--if you're a fan of black olives and artichoke hearts, this is a really quick and easy delicious meal:
    http://im-in-the-loop.blogspot.com/2011/04/recipe-pasta-with-artichoke-and-olives.html

    Here's another CrockPot one for brats or sausage:
    http://im-in-the-loop.blogspot.com/2010/09/crockpot-bratsausage-with-ginger-ale.html

    Hope you find some winners! ;-) Happy recipe hunting.

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  4. Pretty colours, but your right the varigated yarn does stop you from seeing the pattern of the dishcloth as well.

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  5. Lovely pattern and the colors are divine!
    Would love to see the pattern!
    P.S. Thank you for dropping by :)

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  6. I love the way that this pattern works up in a variegated yarn. Awesome!

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  7. Passei para conhecer teu blog e fiquei encantada. Bjs.
    Jeanne

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