Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Knitted Turkey Cloth (aka Gary the Gobbler) is finished!

My turkey dishcloth (Knitted Turkey Cloth - aka Gary the Gobbler) for the Dishcloth Fun KAL has been finished for awhile now. I figured it out very early on with this Mystery KAL. I found the pattern and finished way before everyone else except maybe Rhoda (better known as g-girl in the blogging world). I read on her blog that she figured it out, too, so I wasn't alone which made me feel better. I was good and kept quiet until now as I didn't want to spoil the fun for any one who did not know yet what we were knitting.

Now I'm anxiously waiting to find out what we are doing for the next KAL. All I know is that it will have a Christmas theme. I really don't have any Christmas colors in my cotton stash. All I have is a dark green and white. As soon as I know what we are making I probably should go to the store and get the appropriate colors. Any excuse to buy more yarn. I am really getting bad in that department.

In adding the links to this post I just noticed that Judith put up the pattern that we are doing next. Now I have a dilemma...should I go buy more yarn or pick an un- Christmas like color? The pattern we are doing is this one, Melissa's Christmas Bell Dishcloth. Now, what am I going to do? .....

3 comments:

  1. How cool is that! The color is perfect to make the turkey show up well. Do you think you can make any color as long as it's solid?
    Ang

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  2. I was so glad that I wasn't the only one who had figured out this pattern! teehee. We're a bad pair, you and I! lol. I didn't do the bell though. I decided to skip it..we'll see if I buckle down and decide to knit it anyway though! Can't wait to see yours. :)

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