Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Plans never work the way you want.

  I have several friends that liked my dish clothes . They stated that they would love to have one.   I thought I would be fun to have them pick out their yarn  and I would show them how to make their own. It didn't work out like I hoped. My plan was for them to make them. Their plan was for me to make them. Can you guess who won?
 

18 comments:

  1. I love crocheted kitchen rags, they work so well.
    You did a great job and my bet is that you lost!

    really nice blog!

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    1. Your right, I did. I love them too. They work so well for my dishes.

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    1. four so far. But I have 3 more to make.

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  3. I love crocheted dish cloths too. They are not hard to make, friends missed an opportunity to learn something good!!

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    1. I agree. They really are fun to make.

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  4. I have so many folks here that prefer the knitted thickness. At first I felt horrible that they didn't like my crocheted ones, but oh well. My Aunt loves both kinds and uses the thicker ones for bigger jobs and car washing. I can crochet a lot faster than knit.

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    1. Knitting takes so much longer for me. Probably because I don't do it very often.

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    1. You know how to make them. But I did make you some homemade vanilla.

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  6. That is funny! You are a good friend! :)
    P.S. I had to laugh at Heidi's comment!!

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    1. She is the only one that learned how to make them. We did some last year.

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  7. I'm just learning to crochet and you tell me how to make
    these and what kind of yarn did you use?

    Thanks!!!

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  8. It might be easier to go on you tube. They have step by step videos you can watch. I use sugar and cream brand yarn for my wash clothes. It seems to hold up the best.

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  9. LOVE the crocheted dish cloths. It's mostly what we use in our kitchen. They are thick and lovely. I just hang mine by the fire to dry :-)

    Your work is lovely. Lucky friends!

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  10. Thanks Michelle-I will check out you tube.

    Sue

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  11. They are pretty...Michelle would you like to share you creative side on my new blog hop? Please come by and chek it out..Miss you haven't talked to you lately...
    Link:http://dollysdesigns.blogspot.com/2013/02/dollys-designs-creative-blog-hop-1.html

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  12. Oh yeah, I know who! That's the way it goes! They're great, Michelle! Thanks for participating in Pinned it Made it Monday!

    Tammy

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