Aren't they gorgeous? So simple, yet effective.
I'm using Peaches & Cream cotton yarn (white) and Zettl Colorado from Lidl (orange).
Dirt cheap. I adore this pattern, it's so simple it's ridiculous!
I'm going to do one more of these and then switch yarns & try another cloth pattern. I think they'll be lovely packaged with a nice bar of soap as an item for the charity craft fair.
In other news, I forgot to blog about this last time, how could I have forgotten!
I was in TIK last week to buy some Knit Picks circular cords and a set of needle tips. The lovely ladies there gave me a pressie:
Some of the yarn samples from their recent yarn tasting event! I couldn't make it as it was the day Dad had his operation. (He's doing great, btw)
I was so touched that they thought of me and kept me some samples. I had to leave the shop quickly, I was welling up. How nice is that? Knitters rule, they really do.
Now down to identification! I know the bottom right is Louisa Harding Sari Ribbon. I also know one of them is Louisa Harding Rossetti, but which one? I'm afraid I was so taken by surprise that I didn't take it all in when I was told what they are.
So I have to think of something to make with them that will remind me of knitters kindness.