The guys want dinner or it’s time to go to sleep/work/whatever…
One more row Mr. Man…
I need to finish one more round…
One more skein…
Story of my life
So today I still need to rave about this pattern one more time.
These seem to be the best all-around dishcloths I’ve made to date.
They work well, and I enjoy the stitch.
Just gotta make one more…
My Mother (the ultimate conservationist) thinks that I can take this itty-bitty sapling…
and turn it into a 100 foot tall American Chestnut tree.
Starting in 1904, this breed of tree was inundated with blight and more than 3 BILLION trees died.
Let’s hope I can keep this bad boy alive
Make today ridiculously amazing my friends.
This was the scene in my backyard. PS~I don’t have horses.
Jaeger, the blond, went rogue on my side of the fence.
The gawkers showed up.
Then the entanglement happened, and I got the joy of intervening. Yeah about that, I’m not so good with the horseys.
I untangled the interloper and the gawker, and tried to lead the blond guy home.
Yeah about that, my legs are much shorter and he sort of led me to his house.
Since it was time to toss out the old and stitch up some new…
Loving the star stitch pattern available here.
I followed the stitch recipe, but added my own seasonings. To change it from a potholder to a dishcloth, omit the 10th pattern repeat row and the loop for hanging. (aka ~ 9 pattern repeat rows and a sc border, cotton yarn, G hook.)
Bam! Dishcloth from a potholder.