That would be special Cali if you crocheted something for her! Good luck! It isn't difficult to learn, you just need to jump in and do it!
Vickilynn - go for it, start it up. I prefer to wrap more towards the holiday in batches - just personal preference.No wonder I can't get this song out of my head...have a holly jolly Christmas....finished one sock, the 2nd is going good.
Welcome to all the new people. what fun....Christmas all year long.
Would someone like to challenge that we wrap the gift when we finish
Pictures please Debbie!! Congrats on getting so much done. What recipe did you use or is it a secret?Made all the hm bathsalts today that will be given for gifts this Christmas. They are bottled and tagged. :fdance:
Lindsay, my MIL knits something like this on the diagonal, as soon as I can find the instructions, I'll post them. Think that would be a lovely idea for your aunt!!I haven't started yet, but today I decide I would like to make a bunch of dishcloths this month. I was thinking of going to the mall and picking up some foaming hand soap from Bath and Body Works and pairing it with the dishcloths as a hostess gift for my Aunt who has Christmas at her house every year. We don't exchange gifts with aunts, uncles and cousins but I do like to bring her something small.
She mentioned this year she likes very finely knit dishcloths. I didn't get a chance to look too closely at the one she was talking about, but it looked like it was made with a lighter weight yarn and then crocheted around the edges with a regular worsted weight dishcloth cotton. Anyone know of a pattern like this? Maybe just two strands of crochet cotton held together and knit diagonally?