Friday, June 28, 2013

White Tilda Rose

The original post on the Tilda yarn from My Rose Valley did not include 
the white yarn that I purchased along with the others. 
I am worried that white felt left out...
...so I am dedicating an entire project/post to one white crocheted rose,
and a few white roses from our garden,
enhanced with two shades of turquoise, teal and two shades of green
 It's all Tilda yarn from My Rose Valley
This is a birthday washcloth for my friend "E2".
She loves aqua.
 Rose pattern/tutorial can be found here.
Leaves pattern/tutorial can be found here.
The granny row pattern/tutorial can be found here.
Then rows of dc's until it's the desired size (2 dc, 1 ch, 2dc in the corners)
Picot edge pattern can be found here.
Enjoy your day!!!

40 comments:

  1. Hej...found you via Thomasina Tittlemouse's blog.....your profile made me laugh!! pigeon norwegian/american...I speak that too! My younger days spent in Oslo and Skien...blissful!!...so am now following you!!! Are you on Ravelry?
    Ha det sa lenge!!!
    Hils Jeannette
    ps I am bonzogirl on ravelry...reference to my norwegian heritage is mentioned in my profile there too!!!

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    1. Hi Jeanette, I'm so glad you found Apple Blossom Dreams. :-) Pigeon Norwegian American - I love it! Yes, time in Norway is certainly blissful. My Ravelry log-in is Spicefamily...but I don't do much there at this time. I checked our yours - what lovely projects you have made.

      Thank you for following og ha en fin dag!!!

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  2. Found you on Ravelry...just put in your name and it came up with 4 options!! clever stuff these computers!!

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    1. Can't imagine life without these darn clever things anymore. ;-)

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  3. LOVE IT! :) Thanks for sharing, Astri!

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  4. Good Day Astri, Your White Tilda Rose is truly beautiful. Love it. You are so very creative. Have a lovely Summer. Hugs Judy

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    1. Thank you Judy, you are always so kind. :-)

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  5. Astri this is just gorgeous, I love it! Thank you for sharing the patterns, you are so talented and generous.
    Lots of love
    Dorothy
    :-)xxxxxx

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    1. Gosh how sweet, thank you and you're welcome!

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    1. Thank you Kris. You're the best. :-)

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  7. Looks very lovely with blue background!!:)

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  8. What a beautiful square Astri.

    Linda

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  9. Wow that is gorgeous, really pretty!

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    1. I'm glad you like. Thank you Maaike!

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  10. Beautiful, I really like the two greens they follow the rose to the centre. Jo x

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  11. it's beautiful Astri, I love the blend of colours :)

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    1. Thank you Linda. It's funny how you combine colors for someone else and then suddenly you like them yourself. ;-)

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  12. Det var ein flott vaskeklut! Nydelege fargar du har brukt:)

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    1. Mange takk Sonja. Jeg likke disse fargar. (I'm guessing on the the Norwegian. :-) )

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  13. Lovely square....love the rose...you have such a pretty rose pattern.....I want to try the rose....cute....Nice yarn colors.
    Nice weekend.....happy 4th of July....!

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    1. Hi Luna - I'm so glad you stopped by! Yes, please try the rose and let me know what you think . :-)

      Happy 4th to you as well!!!

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  14. Gorgeous square and roses and your friend will be very happy ☺

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  15. I always love your flowers and your color choices.

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    1. Thank you Kim - I hope your weekend is colorful!

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  16. This is a lovely rose pattern! You out did yourself with this one. Delicious!

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    1. Thank you Sandy, my crocheting buddy!

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  17. That's a very special wash cloth. Love the beautiful colours and your pretty roses.

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    1. Thanks Mistea. I really appreciate your comment!

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  18. That white rose is just gorgeous set among the green and blues! I don't know if I could bring myself to use such a beautiful thing as a wash cloth though! I love small-scale projects like this - they are just so inviting. E x

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    1. Oh yes, small scale is a nice change sometimes. No stress. It was not until recently I was able to use the pretty things around. I tell myself "What if there were a fire and I had never used it". :-)

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  19. Ces différents bleus sont magnifiques réunis !!!!!!!!!!!

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  20. Hey there! Found you via My Rose Valley blog. Your blog is full of color and I love it! I'm following and would love you to follow mine too!

    http://missedstitches.blogspot.com/

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