Knitted Washcloth


Knitted Washcloth, originally uploaded by ivoryblushroses.

While recuperating at my parent's house in Colorado this past week, I finished the knitted washcloth!

Washing Up
It was a enjoyable small project and easy to carry. I love the way it looks with my antique ironstone washbasin!

Thanks so much for all the well wishes during my illness. A week with the family was just what I needed. I'm feeling so much better now and am headed back to work tonight! My surgery has been rescheduled for April 25th.

Comments

Adrienne said…
What a lovely washcloth! Where did you get that pattern? It's beautiful. I make the same pattern without the beautiful lacy edging.

I'm glad you are doing better and that your surgery has been scheduled. Take care of yourself, my friend.
~Adrienne~
How lovely! I have a pitcher and bowl set that's very similar to yours and it would definitely look nice enhanced with a washcloth like this. Thanks for the idea!
Loralynn said…
What a pretty washcloth...almost too pretty to use!
Bonnie said…
That is a gorgeous pattern.
Can you share?

Hope you are feeling better each day!
Maggie R said…
Hope you are feeling better now.
I LOVE the knitted washcloth. I would love to do a couple for my bathroom...
Can you share the pattern? Thanks
xoxo
((((hugs))))
Maggie
MosaicMagpie said…
Knitted dishcloths are the best! But this one is much too pretty to use. I would love the pattern.
Deb
Donna said…
My mom use to make those and found some the other day that I had never used. Now that she's gone I don't want to use them, because I want to keep them nice!!
I'm sorry you have not been feeling well!!!
Anonymous said…
You will be in my thoughts and prayers April 25!!! I love the washcloth but I don't I would ever use it, it's so pretty I would want to keep it that way:) Mary
Add me to the list of folks who would love to know where you got the pattern??? Of course, you're probably in surgery right now so I can be very very patient! xo Susan

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