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Monday, October 01, 2007



I would love to be able to do that...never ventured there...maybe I'll add that to my list of things to learn :)


Very nice, Deb. I didn't get mine finished. I had one more repeat to do but too much school work left for Monday morning, so I just had to call it quits. I like your red yarn for this one. I used a deep burgundy,which was also very pretty for showing up this pattern.

Brenda@Coffee Tea Books and Me

That is beautiful! Pretty things make washing dishes so much easier. :)

Hmmm... not so sure about easy and pots & pans in one sentence, though.


Love the name of your dish cloth.Reminds me of Iceland-The Land of the Midnight Sun.


Whoa! Great job Deb! I love the color!
So how long did you stay up? ; )


Jenny H

Your discloth looks sooo nice. My dishes are starting to get jealous! I'm going to have to learn how to knit one, so they don't get mad :)


This is on my to-do list. I know how to knit but I've never actually knit anything. I figure this is a manageable first project!

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