February 1, 2012

Knit Spa Cloths and a Secret Preview

This week I'm working on getting the spa cloths done that were part of the giveaway that ended the other day.  Linda Ann chose her cloths to be knit out of a pretty variegated cotton yarn in various shades of olive green and ecru, with a touch of teal thrown in.


I didn't get as much done as I'd hoped (knitting takes sooo much longer than crocheting), but I'm going to try to get both done before the week is out so I can send her prize off to her.


A closer shot of the knit spa cloth


Shown with the cone so you can
see how the color starts out


I've also finished a crochet baby blanket that I'm really proud of, but I never showcased it on WIP earlier, so I'm just going to tease you with partial photos and then feature the real deal when I get the ends worked in.

The edges of the baby blanket

The center of the baby blanket

This is one of my favorite pieces I've crocheted because I tried something a little different and I love the effect.   Nope, you don't get to see the whole finished project until later!

What's in your WIP basket this week?




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4 comments:

Sherry said...

I have been working a lot with cotton yarn lately, mostly crochet though. I did teach myself to knit the diagonal dishcloth of a Bernat packaging. Your pattern looks wonderful...is it hard to do? Also, what is the brand of cotton yarn? I have only purchased the small skeins.

Your afghan is beautiful...what you have teased us with...lol....I always loved the granny square effect but the center really peaked my interest...with be glad so the full pictured.

I have started a blog myself but I mostly crochet for charity, specifically Bridge and Beyond because its in the city where I live. I am also very slow at what I do. But its better late then never as I always say. I want to enjoy the process.

I look forward to seeing more of your projects. Take Care

Marsha Cooper said...

I don't see the linky, but you can check my post out at http://marshasspot.blogspot.com/2012/02/wip-wednesday-will-projects-ever-be.html if you would like.
I still love those colors together!

Marie Anne said...

I have no idea why the linky isn't showing up but I've checked everything a half dozen times and the code looks correct, so perhaps it's a glitch and will show up later. Sorry everyone!

Linda - Nickers and Ink said...

LOVE the cloths!
I'm posting a blog entry at Practically at Home (on blogspot.com), with a photo of the prize.
Thanks so much!