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August 04, 2013

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KJ_Clem

I love those cute ballband dishcloths! I haven't ever knitted any, but the texture is so pretty. I've knitted a few of the mindless yo-edged dishcloths recently, bc Lucy keeps eating ours out of the hamper. I've also just finished one of those crazy ruffled scarves with the sashay yarn. A friend asked me to make it for her for fall football games, and I love her so I said yes. ;) I'm not a fan of that yarn--it's a pain to work with, not really knitting either. Glad to be done with that. Since we got our bonus room carpeted, I was able to gather my knitting stuff from various closets over the rest of the house, and I picked up a scarf that I started for Addie 2+ years ago! Maybe this winter she can actually wear it! :)

Carole

I still love that dishcloth pattern! And I could use some new ones, too. Sounds like good vacation knitting.

Christy  Clark

Amanda is in the same type of housing next year too. I'll ask her if she wants dishcloths too. :)

lydia

i finished 2 lightweight cardigans, and several shawlettes, looking forward to fall stuff now.

vanessa

very pretty! love the pattern!

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