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  1. What did I do wrong??? ​Using Lily's Sugar n Cream 100% cotton, I first made a 12 x 12 washcloth. Tossed it my eldest son and said 'see how you like it'. He liked it just fine but for the color running across the bottom of the bathtub. After being washed you could see just how much it had faded. But no shrinkage or other problems. Ok, search up how to set color, read 3 different ones and went with my own mix. (1 part epsom salt to 12 parts H2O and 12 parts white vinegar) or 1 tablespoon epsom salt to 3/4 cup water and 3/4 cup white vinegar. Water was cold. Let sit for 30 minutes and squeezed out, put the cotton items in the washer (already filled with cold water) (no soap) let the washer run the full cycle and popped items into the dryer with a dryer sheet. No sweat! I'm like going to have half a dozen market bags to take to the farmers market, use a few and maybe someone will say, 'hey, I need one of those!' and sell one or two. If not I have what I need for grocery shopping! Win, win either way...right? Maybe not!!!! When the dryer stopped I was MAD! All over all the bags were little balls of lint!! Ok, calm down, deep breath....sat down with one bag and gave it a GOOD shake--nothing. Run over the bag with a lint roller--a few came off. Started to pick them off one at a time AND....it was pulling on the yarn, leaving little tails everywhere!!!! My pretty market bags in 3 different styles all looked like they had been rolling around under the couch where the vacuum won't reach!!! True, I get to keep all of them for myself now, but....what the 'darning needle' happened????????
  2. Here is a beautiful pineapple motif! In addition to a written pattern, there is an extensive photo step-by-step. You can get 2 cloths out of on ball of a solid color dishcloth cotton.I hope you enjoy making this fun , and quick project! For the free pattern go here: PINEAPPLE MOTIF CLOTH Maria
  3. I think this yarn has been discontinued. Does anybody have three balls of it lying around that they'd like to sell? I have a thing for red, white and blue, and I want it to make a nautical striped tote bag. I'd be soooooo grateful!
  4. I made this hat out of Hobby Lobby's I Love This Cotton. The pattern was easy and I was able to make this in one day. It turned out a bit big but that's ok because it won't squish my hair.
  5. This is a bib I made for my cousin's baby. It is from Lily Brand and can be found on their website for free! This is my absolute favorite bib to make. Everyone says it washes and wears great.
  6. I've added a new pattern set to my freebies page on my website - this is a set of 3 different designs to make cozies for soda or beer cans. They take worsted weight cotton yarn and all are easy. One is made in the round and the other two are crocheted flat and then seamed. One has a bottom and the other 2 do not - but there are instructions on how to add a bottom to any of them if you want. I hope you enjoy using the patterns. :-) Soda Can Cozies pattern
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