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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Butterfly Cotton Cloth

butterfly washclothThis is my first attempt at making designs using knitting stitches. I'll use this cotton cloth next month when we focus on 100% cotton washcloths. Now I have one suitable for a male (the camo one, and this butterfly one for a female. This was measures about 8 x 9 inches. Just need to tuck in my final end and lay this aside with the other one.

Since this month is scarf month, I should be making a scarf; but needed something small and easy to tote with my current work schedule.

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2011
Scarves 183
Hats
296
Mittens (gloves) 66
Socks 74
Slippers 37
Ghans 29 (2 went to Pine Street Earlier)

Squares 241
Sweaters 5
Ponchos 43
Cotton Washcloths 4

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18 comments:

  1. I love it. That is really pretty an looks so soft. May I ask how long it too to make?

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  2. Very pretty, Sandy. Oooh, next month is washcloths? I can probably help with that one.

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  3. Thanks Rachele, if you sat down and just did it, probably a couple of hours. Me...several days, cause it was a few rows here, a few rows there. I can't do the counting thing when other things are going on, so did it in small amounts of time.

    Great Marie Anne, appreciate it.

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  4. VERY nice! Just for a grin - the other night I was knitting on a cloth that also required counting while @ my daughters tumbling class. I did ok until they started their jumps when the instructor started them all of together with a "5, 6, 7, 8..." I went to wait in the car.

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  5. psmflowerlady, thanks for posting that...I sometimes think I need better concentration; but am glad to know I'm not alone.

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  6. The butterfly washcloth is lovely! I'm working on some crocheted cloths for you in a denim color. Michaels had a sale on 2.5 oz Sugar 'n Cream cotton a couple of weeks ago for $1.00 each. I love a bargain!

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  7. Sorry I missed that sale Harvest Hill, that's a good price. Thanks for your efforts.

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  8. Congratulations on your first design. It is so pretty and will be very much appreciated.

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  9. Your butterfly wash cloth is very pretty. Like the cameo one too!

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  10. Such a lovely piece to give. Little things like that can mean so much. I'm sure some needy lady is going to treasure that art.

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  11. Thanks Bunnie, Karen, and Lily, appreciate your visits and comments.

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  12. I love the butterfly!! very pretty!!!

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  13. The butterfly is a symbol of hope and renewal. Maybe your butterfly will give that to someone who needs it right now. Besides, it's just plain PRETTY -- and way beyond my skill level. Hugs -- Sunny Sandie in FL

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  14. That's a beautiful wash cloth! Did you write down the pattern as you made it? I'd love to make one! (Or Many!)

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  15. Anna, thanks, but it's not my pattern...it's the first I've attempted to knit something with a pattern.

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  16. What an awesome job you did, Sandy! I have never done that kind of thing before, maybe after seeing yours, I will get brave enough to try one!

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  17. Wow this turned out great. I also have the problem of staying with the pattern so I've started marking my rows when I am done. This helps me or I would never finish one that looked like it should!

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  18. That's a wonderful butterfly pattern! You did an excellent job.

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