Wednesday, August 21, 2013

When the Two Most Popular Posts Meet I

They become this:
Rose decorated mitered dishcloths!!!

This "rose done in the round" pattern can be purchased here as
Step 2 of the Granny Rose pattern in my Etsy shop.
The picot edge is included in Step 5 of the Granny Rose pattern 
and can also be purchased in my Etsy shop here.
You can also purchase all five steps of the Granny Rose pattern as a package via Etsy here.
They are all instant downloads.

The dishcloth pattern and tutorial can be purchased my Etsy shop here.
 Since I used the Tilda yarn from My Rose Valley, which is a lighter cotton-blend,
 the rows were increased to 43 from 25.
 They make a great gift for a special someone. :-)
As is the case here.

Happy Giving!!!


20 comments:

  1. Very pretty ! I just love those roses , and the colors of yarn .. just beautiful !

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  2. They're so pretty - I love the aqua and red together. :)

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  3. They look very pretty. And the roses, I still love them.

    You can see my poncho I just made, on my blog. I used your roses.

    Groetjes, Monique

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    1. Oh your poncho of the violet colors is beautiful Monique. What a wonderful application of the Granny Rose. :-)

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  4. OLÁ,HOJE OS TRADUTOR DE TEXTO DE TODO MUNDO NÃO QUERER FUNCIONAR,ESTAR MAGOADA(SORRIR).MAS SERÁ QUE ESTE LINDO PACOTE BLUE É PARA VALÉRIA DO BRASIL? :))
    BOA QUARTA MINHA AMIGA.BEIJO.VALÉRIA.

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    1. Oh shoot - I did not catch this part:

      MAS SERÁ QUE ESTE LINDO PACOTE BLUE É PARA VALÉRIA DO BRASIL? :))

      It translates like this: BUT DOES THIS GORGEOUS PACKAGE IS FOR BLUE VALÉRIA OF BRAZIL? :))

      I'm not sure if you are asking me a question that I do not understand?

      In any case, thank you for the comment and for coming by. :-)

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  5. Lovely as always! Those are two of my favorite patterns. How did you attach the roses? I'm using your roses in a project of my own and have played around with several ways of attaching them.
    Blessings :-)

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    1. Hi! Generally I sew them on with the beginning yarn piece, if I remember not to crochet it in, but this time I pinned them with safety pins to give the recipient the choice to sew them on or remove them and use them for something else.

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  6. wonderful marriage of the two ;-)

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  7. They are beautiful Astri, I love the colour combination and of course your beautiful roses finish them off beautifully :)

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  8. Love those cloths and boy have I made a lot and given them away ☺
    Very pretty with the addition of those roses, may have to try to make a rose or 2 ☺☺

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  9. I'm not a blue person but this has made me appreciate blue so much!!!!

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  10. Oooh pretty! Love the colors. Now I want to make more!

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  11. Thank you all so much for taking time to leave such awesome comments!

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  12. Kjempefin gavepakke! Rett og slett til å bli glad av! :-)

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  13. Astri how perfectly lovely, what a lucky person receiving this gift, so thoughtful and useful. A great post Astri thanks so much
    Lots of love
    Dorothy
    :-)xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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