Thursday, May 21, 2015

A Chat & My Cozy Coaster

No, I won't explain it. You have to watch.




6 comments:

  1. Good for you for getting back into your crochet, thats one craft I never did get to grips with. I can sew, embroider and knit, but crochet remains beyond me :-)

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  2. So lovely to see and hear you again. Don't know how I missed it. I like that wool and love the dishcloths. I think they would make a fabulous summer handbag. By the way, I love how you say "aqua".

    By dishcloth do you mean a cloth to wash dishes with or to dry dishes? Just clarifying that a dishcloth is the same in Merikan as English!

    It is interesting that you use coasters. I have some but rarely use them. Occasionally in the living room where the mantle is very expensive wood. I have never considered the absorbency of them before. Guess we don't drink much with ice in. I understand now. Will have to fill the freezer with ice when you come here!

    I like it too! Coaster cosies! You should sell them. Love the yellow and white colour way.

    You know, when you finally make it over here, I am going to get you to teach me to crochet.

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    1. Dishcloths to wash. Dish towel to dry. I made cloths but I've got a few that are between the two in size and I've used them interchangeably. I really love these cloths/towels. They are so very asorbant.

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    2. Dish towels of course. Over here they are called tea towels, I have no idea why. Isn't that odd?

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    3. Well, yes, it is odd but since tea is the cornerstone of the British Empire, I'm not surprised. What would tea be without tea towels?

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