Isn't the is most wonderful colorway you've ever seen? It makes me think of a bucket of tulips at the the Farmer's Market. Or Berry Sherbet. Or Fruit Punch. Or a bunch of other colorful, happy things.
I had an entire skein of this Sugar 'N Cream and went wild with it. Knitting that dishcloth up above (a modified version of the Mason Dixon Burp Cloth) and this one, a modified type of Ballband dishcloth from Thrifty Knitter using up that fun green I had leftover:
I love it with this old Haviland Cake plate. And here is both of them, modeling together:
It was all I could do to keep myself from running up to the hardware store for paint and start redoing my kitchen. Okay, thankfully I have a book due March 15, so that is more pressing than my wild-hare idea to have an apple green kitchen with yellow and pink accents. And if that isn't enough, then I still had some left, and knit this Petal Dishcloth, which couldn't be easier. Though next time, I will stick to one color because it took me almost as long to bury the ends as it did to knit it.
When the yarn starts to get a mind of its own, then it's time to knit the stash.
Welcome to my blog. My name is Elizabeth, and I've been knitting off and on since I was seven. I come from a long line of knitters, crocheters and quilters and love anything to do with fiber. Since I live in a house filled with male DNA, this is where I get to share my projects and notions.