Saturday, October 3, 2015

catch up FNwF

It has been a while between craft project finishes for me and I'm not sure I would really call knitting a dishcloth a very crafty project but here it is anyway.
I joined in with a number of other crafty types last night for Cheryll's Friday Night with Friends and you can check out everyone's projects by following the link. 

 Now I have one very bright and bold dishcloth ready to brighten the kitchen and wash the dishes.

I didn't get around to any cross stitch. I was tired. I did locate an unfinished project which I think I started early in 2011. It has been so long I can't really remember exactly. I do want to finish it though. I will be stitching for quite a while yet.

 And no art journaling either. I can't locate my felt tip pens which has resulted in some deep cleaning and de-cluttering. It needed doing anyway. I am certain, as my son says, the pens will be in the last place I look.

Thanks Cheryll. I really enjoyed doing some knitting and relaxing a little last night. I can feel my creativity stirring again.



Kimberley said...

love the dishcloth and its colour. have huge amounts by the front door to extricate from this house!
(and you win envelope of the year - it is FAB!)

Janice said...

Woo Hoo!! You have made something. You'll be on a roll now. Washing the dishes will have never been so bright. I'm sure will finish your cross stitch. Just a little bit at a time will get there. It will be lovely when it is done.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Knitted dishcloths are so good ...😍

sara said...

I love your dishcloth, it's so bright and zingy. Hope you find your pens.

Cath said...

I find Linky Parties are great for getting my creative juices flowing and back into the swing of things. Maybe you would like to join me on Monday for mine too. One blog I visited said she dedicated 30 stitches a day to unfinished cross stitch projects and often finds herself doing more as she is enjoying herself....I thought that might be quite doable...what do you think?

Raewyn said...

Bright and cheery dishcloth for your kitchen Tracy..almost too pretty to use... :-)

River said...

I knitted a dishcloth once and found it too pretty to use so it sits on my bedroom cupboard with a tealight/oil burner on it

Anthea said...

Hello Tracy - wow what a lovely cloth, but for your dishes? it looks too nice for that!
I'd love to see you progress that cross stitch; it looks like a great design.
(dropping in from fnwf linky)