First time I do a dishcloth with Super value, You're right Shandeh, I like the scrubbing quality on my stove, but surely I will make more with either super value and cotton
karenarp wrote:Mistakes is what makes it unique and ours!
Plus I just keep the mistake ones - since who can't use another in their pile - and give away the 'perfects'
karenarp wrote:Cottontots is my favourite yarn for making cotton balls/make up removers. Nothing is softer on the eye area than a Cottontot Ball.
karenarp wrote:I just had major dental work performed this morning and am now pretty wonky and feel the need to craft. Kind of a bad combo. So I think I will make this flower dishcloth using Scrubby in the middle
zhanie wrote:I think I am going to make a dishcloth with Bernat Super Value to, I should have left overs from the purses I am making. When I was making my first Mermaid Tears Purse this weekend I kept thinking that this yarn had a cotton feel to it. It wasn't rough like I would expect from an acrylic. I think that at this moment this is my favourite yarn.
Interesting! So, you just wash it out and re-use it! Very earth-friendly, I must say.
Oh dear! I KNOW how painful dental problems can be. I just had an abscess last week. I hope your pain goes away very soon.
karenarp wrote:Oh I remember your pain! Mine can't be as bad, then again, they did have to go in and remove an old post from my old cap cuz it broke completely in half. And then fill the hole and stitch it, and cuz I was out already they filled old neglected cavities and did a cleaning and who knows what else. The pain has been nearly unbearable that I cannot even sleep since the freezing wore off. It was thanks to your saying you used ice packs that has helped me so much, I keep freezing my upper lip and cheek for a bit of relief.
ingrid wrote:Shandeh wrote: (Looks like a baby yarn with its Mama, doesn't it?)
That made me giggle Sign me up!! Where do I find the patterns and stuff?
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