Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The dishcloth...

Here is the sad story of the early life of a dishcloth. It's life began a few days ago, in the beginning it was very healthy, it had all of it's stitches on each row. But then it's very neglectful mother began to loss some of it's stitches and the poor little dishcloth became more rounded and tapered everyday. And so the mother will be punished by having to rip out the stitches and began again and hopefully the next dishcloth will make it out of infancy and grow to be a very useful in the kitchen. The end.

I hope you have enjoyed the story of our dear dishcloth. Stay tuned I am sure more knitting stories will follow. :)


rusty said...

You obviously have more patience than your mother. I would of just made a doily or some such object.
Keep up the good work.

Candles said...

R.I.P. dishcloth!!!! ♥

Matt said...

You have a nice pot holder going there. You should never let society or patterns tell you what you must conform to. Be different and see the possibilities in everything!

Charity said...

Hmmm.... Ok, I know I'm a little slow in responding to this one, sorry!

Anyway, use your imagination! It could be a cute doll's skirt! :)

Keep working, though! It took me a while to figure out what I was really doing when I was knitting. It's good that you are starting with simpler yarn than I did... you can see the shape of the stitches! :)