Julia and I both seem to be overcoming our dishcloth procrastination at precisely the same time. I bought some super cheap kitchen cotton at Michaels literally years ago and it rotted at the back of a closet…until Friday evening. I started with one lowly little waffle cloth and suddenly I had somewhere to channel my lonely boredom.
And now I can kick myself well and good for being a tard and putting them off so long.
Yarn: Bernat Handicrafter Cotton and Scheepjes Cotton 8
The funny thing is, I should have known how quick dishcloths are to make – I made some for my mom a few mother’s days ago (yeah – just what every mum wants – cleaning supplies). I think those were a little fiddlier and that turned me off. I never took photos of them but I remember one was this. Another amusing note: the purple / blue held togehter is the Cotton 8, which was one of the first yarn I ever bought in November or December 2004. The ridiculous thing? I bought it to make wrist warmers. Out of cotton. I was dumb.
In continuance of the pastel Easter cheesy craftiness I also blew some eggs on Friday night.
And arranged them in a supercheese fashion:
What can I say? I love Easter and I love glitter. Especially this Martha Stewart glitter. Being a teacher in the public school system I’m used to dollar store chopped tinsel but this stuff is like multi-faceted pixie dust. As a true child of the eighties I approve. The instructions are here. But please don’t come crying to me when you find sparkles in your cereal.