I realize that not everyone has the wherewithal or fortitude to accrue a huge stack of dishcloths. Enough that you can use a fresh one every day. This is clearly the ideal, but hey, life happens.
As does Dishcloth Funk, alas. Dishcloth Funk is when your dishcloth smells nasty as soon as it gets . . . → Read More: Speaking of Hand-Knit Dishcloths…
Ladies and gentlemen I present to you…
THE LAST DISHCLOTHS.
For a while, anyway. Not forever, obviously. But I have knit up all the dishcloth cotton I had on hand. (I bought 2 more balls a few weeks ago – I’m not crazy!)
One of my goals for this year was to “use it . . . → Read More: Can We Pretend That Dishcloths in the Night Sky Are Like Shooting Stars?
Lady GaGa’s new song is making all the charts, and that’s cool I guess. But if you’re talking “dance music anthems for the dispossessed,” I think Pink’s “Raise Your Glass” beats “Born This Way” hands down.
For one thing, Lady GaGa’s song just seems a little bit too calculated. A little bit too “I . . . → Read More: Raise Your Dishcloth If You Are Wrong – In All The Right Ways
There were, like, five other things I was planning to post today – they’re really piling up. But let’s talk swatching, because Norma’s post reminded me of some stuff I’ve been meaning to mention for ages.
1. I don’t mind swatching.
Sometimes I’ll swatch a new yarn instead of starting a new project, . . . → Read More: Ten On Tuesday: Swatching
Here are the two dishcloths I finished yesterday. What with the power outage, it turned out to be a Two Dishcloth Day.
Not sure how many more dishcloths I’ll end up knitting. This run might be nearing an end. It’s definitely petering out, anyway. Because I am BORED.
This is day 3 snowbound . . . → Read More: She’s Got Dishcloths In Her Pocket