July 20, 2011

Dishcloths Still a WIP

I flew home to NH earlier in the month and had hoped to get a few dishcloths done while waiting at the airport and while in the air, but that didn't work out too well.  I did get one dishcloth completed, and barely started another, but that's as far as I got.

The trip home was great, just about every minute was filled with visiting with former grammar school classmates (we graduated 8th grade 40 yrs ago in June), and family time (60th birthday for my brother and then my birthday the next day).  No time for crocheting at all.

Here's the one I got done using my favorite dishcloth pattern.  I need to get busy doing more to list on Etsy.  I don't have a single thing up right now.


Since I didn't get a post up for last week's WIP, feel free to post links for that too, if you have them.




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5 comments:

Debi Y. said...

Glad you had a good time. Your dishcloth looks nice. :)

Martie said...

Looks good! I've not been crocheting lately - too busy but hope to get back to it soon. I did purchase some "yarn ends" from A.C. Moore last weekend. Sure wish I had one of those stores close to me! I may work on the dishcloth I started with that and take a pic to post today. I've missed participating in the Wednesday WIP the last few months!

Marsha S said...

I still really like your washcloth pattern a lot better than the one I use! I'm working on a washcloth order right now, which is part of my WIP post today.
I will go find last week's and go ahead and link it up too. Thanks!

~Claire~ said...

That's a great pattern indeed- I just used something similar for a dish mat I made, and the texture is awesome!!

~Claire~ said...

(So sorry for linking up twice- the linky wasn't working for me, and must have double published when I tried to refresh it!!)