As you can probably see, I’m feeling much better today! I was sick most of the week and just started feeling like myself again yesterday. ♥
Several people have asked for the size of the tote I used for the 2/12″ strips. It’s currently packed for my sewing adventure, so I will try to get that to you next week. I can tell you it’s a Sterlite container and it’s 9″ wide on the inside. That’s how wide I folded the strips. 😉
I neglected to mention that I will not be at Quilt Festival in Houston this year. I do plan to be at QuiltCon in Austin in February!
I originally planned to insert this into a video I would record today, but have decided in the interest of time (mostly MY time, lol) I would just use this footage from Friday, in which you’ll see the finished Red work/Bluework quilt for Project Linus, washed and ready to turn in, which I did this past Saturday. I’m right on track for my annual Project Linus goal of 12 for the year… 7th month – 7th quilt.
Thanks for watching and see you next week!
I realized after recording that I didn’t at all mention what dishcloth pattern I use. This is my go to, it’s easy peasy and they hold up really well!
My Super Simple Crochet Dishcloth
- I Hook, cotton yarn
- Ch 21 (loosely), sc in second ch from hook, dc in next. *sc in next, dc in next* to end. Ch-1, turn.
- Repeat Until Square – sc in first st, dc in second, *sc in next, dc in next* to end. Ch 1, turn.
- Optional – sc around evenly, 2 sc in each corner. Finish off.