This washcloth I finished in time to give to my son for Christmas and just grabbed it back long enough for a photo before he starts using it. This one has 4 different tree images knitted in, too bad they don't show up as well with this yarn as they would have with plain colour yarn. This was knit with Bernat cotton and 4.50 mm needles. It takes a bit of concentration, but is not too difficult a pattern to knit, the next time I do this it will be with a plain colour yarn. This pattern was offered to the members of holidaymysterygiftknitalong Yahoo group in 2008 and now can be purchased from the designer at Knitwits Alley
This is my little space to share some of the things I create in my Attic Studio, sometimes on the porch and occasionally when I'm out and about. You will see a mix of paper arts and needlework. I hope you will find something of interest while you visit. Comments are welcome, but will need to be moderated, so it may take awhile for them to show up. Sometimes I will do a random blog goodie based on comments with a link that I can use to contact you. You just never know when yours will be the one.
Lilacs From My Front Porch
My favourite place to knit when I'm not in the attic
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Here is my first great blog giveaway.
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