Friday, 8 February 2008

thing a day; eight

Can you believe it? This is my hundredth post! I know a lot of people do giveaways and stuff on this auspicious occasion, but I was called into work today and I am exhausted! Maybe I will do something on the 150th post. Hold me to it - k?

Now onto a thing a day, that too has been canceled for today! We are only 8 days into the month and already I'm piking for the day - oh well! I'm just physically too tired to do much of anything!

I did however finish the monthly dishcloths kal - see below! I am stoked with how it turned out. It still needs to be blocked, but I couldn't wait to take the picture - so.... ;)

8 comments:

Karen T. said...

Your KAL Dishcloth looks great!! I really can't remember the last time I blocked a cloth before I posted it!! HAHA!! Have a great weekend! Karen T.

Maria1975 said...

Your KAL looks great! And congrats on your 100th post, what an awesome accomplishment!

Amy in CO said...

Very pretty!

Lindy said...

It's so pretty! I love that shade of pink. Congratulations on your 100th post! You sure have been busy. :)

allthingsreally said...

Hi there, firstly thankyou for visiting my blog too and secondly, I love that pink of the sweet cloth you made. I don't think could ever commit to making one thing per day... arghhhh I'd be painicking too much, I don't see it happening ha!
Debra :-)

Jill L said...

turned out great -- now I wish I had done it!

Pam Aries said...

That is way too pretty for a dishcloth!..Thanks for stopping by my blog. Are you entering the OWOH giveaway? Please go to this link www.oneworldevent.blogspot.com to leave your link! Thanks

sew-funky said...

as you wish... :)

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