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TexWisGirl

cute scrappy things. :)

wish i could take your rain. we're starting to get our summer heat and dry crackles starting...

Randy

Those are some fun colors.

Thimbleanna

A great use for your scraps -- I need to remember that! Good luck with the rain -- it's been really wet here too -- the farmers are sure having a rough time with their crops. ;-(

Nancy

Your dish cloths are wonderful - so colorful.

Bev

What a great idea... I had having all those little yarns...and I don't like throwing them!!

We have had unsettled weather too... Spring/summer can come anytime...but the reality is... we really never have a 'summer'!

Corinne

I love the dishcloths....can you use any
kind of yarn on dishcloths? I was under the impression
you had to use cotton? Is that correct? I am a fairly new
self taught knitter and these dishcloths look easy and fun! I
bet if you made a few of them they would make a perfect gift.
Corinne

Rose

Oh, Judy, you will be tired....LOL (from pouring concrete...though you probably know that...)

I love those little crocheted pieces....they would be cute to make a scrappy patchwork afghan, too.

Ramona

Oh Judy, I think of you often!! You make the BEST dishcloths.I use it all the time and when it needs a wash, I can't wait to get it back. Thankyou again.

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  • My name is Judy and I'm the owner of this blog. Thank You for visiting.
    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
    I'm originally from Northeast Illinois, and my husband & I now live on 20 acres in Southwest Wisconsin up on a ridge in the Ocooch Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town. My husband and I are empty nesters trying to figure out life after kids.
    I blog, knit, quilt, bake/cook and take pictures of just about anything.
    There is so much that I want to do, but there is just not enough time in the day to do everything, so I have to pick and choose, and I try to live each day in the present, life is so much nicer if you do.

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