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Thursday, May 18, 2006

Brooklyn Bathroom



Well, it suddenly occurred to me that my Secret Pal must be utterly bored with my blog, seeing as how I haven't updated it in a week! So, I thought I would post a picture of my dishcloth progress, and then it occurred to me that I should just finish it! So, I watched some bad, very bad television and finished my dishcloth.

This dishcloth was made over 60 stitches in plain garter stitch. The ADD Knitter asked if I had seen the dishcloths in the new Mason-Dixon Knitting book, and indeed I have and yes, they are gorgeous and I am looking forward to getting that book and knitting those up. When I first started dreaming of knitting, I used to read the Mason-Dixon Knitting blog like crazy, and it's wonderful to see so many of the designs they dreamed up in a book.

And Leslie, I totally applaud you for joining every KAL that you feel like. When I do get that Mason-Dixon Knitting book, I intend to join the Mason-Dixon KAL. Very exciting.

Next time, when I tell myself that I need to knit something simple, I'll remember how very tedious I found this particular garter-stitch dishcloth project. I did enjoy the instant gratification, however, so I suppose there is a trade-off.

What I like about living in Brooklyn is that there are always flowers for sale and it only takes a little ity bitty ounce of creativity to brighten up your life and what might otherwise be drabby decor. I think my other ball of Sugar 'n Cream will look just at home in my Brooklyn bathroom.

By the way, I just found out that Sugar 'n Cream is not Peaches 'n Cream, which I'm guessing is supposed to be the superior dishcloth yarn. I didn't mind the Sugar 'n Cream, but I did wonder why it wasn't as decadent as other knitters made it out to be.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you are trying to hint at something, but i just can't put my finger on it. Could it be that you want that book??? Expect a package the 1st week of june. I made something pretty.

-sp8 stalker-

The_Add_Knitter said...

Nothing like bad tv to move a knitting project along! Along similar lines I have been watching lame romantic comedies late at night and have made tremendous progress on my socks because of it...Nice dish cloth, so cheery and bright!

emmy said...

Hi Lone Knitter
Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. I have enjoyed reading yours tonight. I really liked your 70's dishes. very cool.