Saturday, September 7, 2013

When the Two Most Popular Posts Meet III

A birthday gift for #1!
The oldest of our six. :-)
Dishcloths
in the rosemaled box from this post:


Happy Birthday Sugar Bee!

The basic pattern for the mitered dishcloth can be found in my Etsy shop here.
Pattern for rose found here.
Pattern for picot edge included here.

28 comments:

  1. Hello Astri, Happy Saturday. Your very sunny potholders are truly beautiful.. I have made one in Yellow and white too. I could not resist such a lovely pattern.. Love the new colors.. Hugs Judy

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    1. Oh I hope you share them I would live to see them Judy!

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  2. What a super gift, Astri, very beautiful!! All the best for the birthday girl :-)

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  3. I just love the blues and yellow together with a touch of white. They're so fresh looking! Those dish-cloths look wonderful in that painted box.

    By the way, my roses are coming along really well and my project should be finished by the end of the weekend! I'll send you a photo!

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    1. I'm looking forward to seeing them Sandra!

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  4. Happy Birthday to your daughter Astri she will love her beautiful gift. :)

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  5. Lovely potholders.....ove your cmbination.....also how you always paly with all the colors.Enjoy your weekend.

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    1. Hi Luna- Thank you for your nice comment!

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  6. I love these cloths and have given many away ☺

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    1. They make great gifts! Thanks for stopping by Wendy.

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  7. What a great gift Astri and they match perfectly with the gorgeous box. Have a great weekend :)

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  8. Astri, they're beautiful altogether!!! I'm at a loss for words! They're just super lovely! I just wish I could have mine, too! :))

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  9. They are beautiful. What a lovely gift! Xx

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  10. Astri, очень красиво! Я люблю твои розы и твои работы

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  11. Happy birthday to your daughter! What a beautiful gift!

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  12. Astri these are just perfect and what beautiful colours too, what a wonderful gift. You certainly have a flair for presenting your work. Thank you so much for the patterns which I am going to have a go at - your posts are a joy to read.
    Lots of love as always
    Dorothy
    :-)xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  13. What a pretty post! You always make me want to drop what I'm doing and start crocheting something new. That box is just gorgeous.

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  14. Happy Sunday Mrs Astri !....happy to see you around...No...I don't sell my crochet projects...amigurumis are for all my nieces ,nephew and NOW for my first grandaughter coming to this world now in September...with the Grace of God!...Potholder,scarves,and others for gifts around the family and friends...beanies and squares for donations and personal use....Never ...I have never sell any of my finished crochet projects.....just love to crochet ...my number 1 hobby...I love to crochet ...since a have learned when I was in fourth grade with my Math teacher....she was awesome.
    Thanks for visiting .....:)...you are always welcome.

    Luna
    MY Crochet,Mis Tejidos

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  15. What a nice gift :-) Happy birthday to your daughter!

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  16. Lucky girl ... Happy Birthday to her!

    P.S. A rosemaled box (or rosemaled ANYTHING) would make a lovely giveaway prize. Just sayin'. :)

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  17. I just made a potholder like this for the first time - came out great! The way you had them folded though, reminded me of some Maggie Bags my daughter and I made at a sewing class. Now I'm going to have to try making one with a thinner yarn and folding it like that and crocheting around to make a pouch!

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    1. That is a fantastic idea Stephanie! I hope I get to see it. :-)

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  18. Très jolies teintes, et maintenant je connais la texture de cette matière ;-)

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  19. I LOVE that box. I am a sucker for everything Folksy... Just wrote about a bunch of hand painted wooden hangers I found with the German version of our Scandinavian kurbits. I adore them! This is a fabulous gift. Wonderful!
    Annette
    My Rose Valley

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