Wednesday, February 2, 2022

COOL GREEN

I finished the Tunisian crocheted dishcloth;  it is curled up very much like stockinette knitting does. The fabric needs to be blocked just like a good piece of colorwork!  I used the same amount of yarn working this stitch that I would've knitting one which is interesting to learn.

So I soaked it with hot water, squeezed it out and laid it out to dry!  I will tell you tomorrow how it turned out! 

 Another friend is coming over today to help me move all of the potted plants back to the front porch and help trim back the burnt leaves and stalks!  This help will be very welcomed because picking up the pots isn't possible for me right now! 
 I can pull the wagon from garage to porch , though! 
 "I'll get by with a little help from my friends!"
 

8 comments:

  1. Pretty colors in those dishcloths. Good luck hauling your plants back!

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  2. That is such an interesting texture. It looks like it would be great for scrubbing.

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  3. Glad you have some help lined up! I ordered an afghan hook…I watched the video yesterday and am going to give it a try. Even if I only do one block, it will be fun to try something new!

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  4. What a pretty color!!! And very interesting about the two methods!

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  5. I'm so glad you have friends who can help you out!

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  6. Friends are a treasure and a blessing.

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  7. I would think a crochet cloth would be a very good "scrubber".

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  8. Yay, for friends! I'm so glad you have friends who can stop and help you. I wish I were there. I would be there in a flash!
    Love your green cloth. My first square curled right up too. I'm excited for the new square tomorrow.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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