Thursday, May 3, 2012

Dishie Cotton Haul

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Now,
this is what I'm anxious to show you.
A great Dishie Cotton haul.
Made by KnitPicks

This is Cottage
A lovely dishcloth
using the vid from VeryPink.com

Cast this next one last night
This color is Daisy!
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And, there is this one made with Peaches & Creme
Are these great for gifting, or what ! ! ! 


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29 comments:

  1. I love, love, love the rainbow one! Although they are all super pretty! Anyone who receives one of those pretties is going to be lucky indeed!

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    1. That rainbow's actual name is Kaleidscope by Peahces & Creme. And while it has glorious colors, it is not as nice to knit with as is say, Sugar 'n Cream or KnitPicks Dishie. But that said, once it is laundered and used it's just as great as any of them.
      They are great in the kitchen as well as the bath for washcloths.

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  2. Very nice Gerry! I now only use knitted cotton dishcloths because I really like them. I am working on a stack to give to my son and his soon to be wife as part of a bridal shower gift. I think they would look adorable tucked in a basket with some other 'kitcheny things'.

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    1. Oh, you bet they would Tracey. DIL will be spoiled right from the beginning. She's a very lucky gal to have you has her mil.
      hugs

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  3. Awesome colors, as usual! I love making dishclothes, and use them daily. Isn't it hard to believe that some people hate making them?

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    1. I've not made that many, Gail, so I am enjoying knitting the old fashioned traditional pattern. Though using VeryPink.com - Staci's tut for the mitered square, I've knit a couple and really like them also.

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  4. Those are your colors indeed. Very nice and the best dish cloths ever.

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    1. Thanks, Betty. However, nowhere near the endeavor that making those scrubber that some one near and dear to me make [hmmm, that's your Mother.]

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  5. I've been admiring Dishie on the KP Web site ... nice to see them all done up for real!!

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    1. I'm not certain whether Dishie or Sugar 'n Cream is the best to knit with. But as I mentioned to 'Pumpkin' [above], once they are laundered they're all wonderful.
      I'm lovin' all these Dishie multi colors ! ! !

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  6. I keep eyeing that Knit Picks dishy. I am a huge fan of dish cloths, especially when the brain is full and can't handle anything; dish cloths are perfect mindless knitting. I have started a pile for christmas, and I think I am going to order Dishie with my next KP order. The colours of awesome. (My mum's nickname for me is Daisy...so guess which one i'm picking up!) Hugs back, veelau

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    1. veelau, I'm hoping to build up a pile for Christmas gifting, however, these seem to go out the door just about as fast as they are bo.
      Your Mum will be so crazy happy to have dishcloths with the same nickname, don't you think?
      Thanx for stopping by

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  7. Ha, still no knitting needles here, but I have a cousin who had croched some for me and I love them! Enjoy your's Gerry:)

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    1. Wonderful Cousin to have gifted you some of her dishcloths.
      Vicki, I love using them, don't you?

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  8. The Dishies are very cute ! ! ! !! I might have to put in a Wishie for a Dishie ! ! ! Love Ya ! ! ! !

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    1. You are just toooo cute, Deb ! ! ! ! ! ! !
      hugs

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    2. Since you showed me yours I suppose I need to show you mine!!! I bought a slug of Dishie too however have not made anything with it yet. By they way, I'm fine as frog hair, thanks for asking 8^)

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    3. Hoppy to hear you're doing great, Dianna.
      Love working and just lookin' at the Dishie.
      Did you get the multi and the solids?
      My next order will be Solids and more Multi.
      Did you have a specific project in mind for your slug of Dishie?

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  9. They are lovely! So cute - My total fave is the first one :)

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    1. Oh, mine too. It's named Cottage - that conjures all kinds of wonderful visions.
      hugs

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  11. Beautiful colours especially the yellow and green.

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    1. Color's what drew me to Dishie in the first place.
      They're great.
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  12. Lovely colors. You sure have an eye for beautiful yarns.
    Hope your weekend was special honey.
    Sending you wishes for an inspiring week.
    Love ya
    Maggie

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, always sweet to hear from ya.
      hugs

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  13. Yes...Yes...what a great treat to see your lush yarn. Oh la la dish cloths.

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    1. Pretty enough for a Party ! ! !
      hugs

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  14. Sweet, I have a couple that my Aunt made me!

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    1. Oh, how cool ! ! !
      They do make such wonderful gifts.
      I know I appreciate and love each that have been gifted to me.
      hugs

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