Thursday, July 27, 2006

More, more - we want more ... warshrags!


I could get addicted to these things. One down, tons more to go! I'm thinking little Christmas gifts with a nice bar of soap ... hmmm.


THIS was given to me by my dear mother-in-law for my birthday. I've been drooling over it each time she and I go to her LYS. Time to fill it UP! Plus it looks really cute in our living room.

BTW, does anyone out there (besides you SP8;)) read this blog? I don't know how to get a counter working and I sometimes wonder if I'm talking to myself here.

11 Comments:

Blogger gray la gran said...

not only do i read your blog, i also subscribe to it! i follow various blogs for as many reasons, and i follow yours because 1) your content keeps my interest and 2) i think of you as "local", as i too live in n.c., though not in the same area code.

ps. the toy book from a previous post ....i do not own the book, but after seeing a friend's copy, i will definitely buy it!

8:08 AM  
Blogger Monika said...

I was reading in your archives. Did you take a picture of the baby blanket you were knitting? I made this blanket too. I'd love to see it in Artyarns!

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Your secret pal said...

As someone told me when I started knitting "warshrags"...."oh no, you've come over to the dark side!" Better get started on those Christmas cloths!

12:47 PM  
Blogger Lynn said...

I'm a lurker so you've got another reader from me!

2:56 PM  
Blogger Morgan said...

I read your blog!!

6:57 PM  
Blogger Morgan said...

You should try the bag...there are many projects in that book that I want to try...I haven't been able to snag a Mason Dixon book at my lys but I'm ordering one off amazon this weekend

I did venture to Purls and Yarn Paradise. They are both totally different from the 2 in Savannah. I love how Purls is arranged by color. It throws you off for a second but in a good way. In Yarn Paradise, I think that I made the ladies in there nervous. They were a little snobby but I had been in the store before. I was a little disappointed in the sock yarn selection at both stores. I would have thought that the selection would have been more. Maybe I missed shipments! Nevertheless I love Asheville...its so crafty!

5:52 PM  
Blogger del said...

Wow, what a gift! Great MIL.

I love those dishrags; I have tons of Sugar & Cream, just haven't gotten around to it yet.

9:04 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

I just came across your blog - will definately be reading from this point forward :-)

3:41 PM  
Blogger Kathy in DC said...

I think it would be safe to say that lots of MDK-KALers read each others blogs. I found yours from MDKKAL. We (daugher & I) were thinking of getting that same basket stand, one you got from MIL, for our stash. Well, for some of it. Very nice! My blog is lagging--can't figure out how to make blogger behave and work each time, AND having tech problems-like had camera issues and then had to get repairs on the computer--Apple just installed a new optical drive. Whew and geeze. Now back to trying to figure out blogger. With all this nonsense going on--it eats into my time for knitting, know what I mean?

11:15 AM  
Blogger Kerry said...

Hi Jillian!

I've been trying to contact you concerning SP8. Could you please get back to me ASAP? You can reach me at kerrycrone at verizon dot net.

Thanks!

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3:01 AM  

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