Friday, March 2, 2012

FO Friday - Basket Weave Hanging Towel

I have another kitchen hanging towel to show you.  I recently bought a whole bunch of patterns off of Laurie Laliberte over at Big Girl Blog.  Her Etsy shop is here.  Her patterns are awesome and the directions are very clear.

I wish I had better pictures to show you, but I haven't really been home with good daylight.  Next time I'll bring it to work to get a good photograph.




Can you see the basketweave pattern at the bottom?  I hope so, its really pretty.  I have a few more projects that I am going to make that match this.

Details:
Pattern:  Basket Case Towel
Yarn: Knit Picks Dishie in Jay (used a little less than a skein)
Hook: 5.00mm H
Button:  Pearl looking button that I had in my box

Have you finished anything this week?

Don't forget to check out Tami's Amis, Natural Suburbia, and Wisdom Begins in Wonder.

Sam <3

12 comments:

  1. Very cute towel! I hope it gets lots of use <3

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  2. Nice color, those towels are always so handy!

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  3. Yay, Dishie! I'm a recent convert and love the stuff. Your towel is really pretty, too. Love the basketweave!

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  4. nice towel. a very practical FO..

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  5. Oh yes, I see the basketweave pattern - it's a nice detail. Cute and practical!

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  6. I wouldn't want to use them. Too pretty. I see the basketweave, shows up nicely. Think I'd hang for decoration, then use towel towel to wipe my hands and the counter etc.

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  7. I love how simple the basketweave is yet creates such a beautiful effect. Lovely towel.

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  8. Your towel looks like a fun project. I could use some new towels in the kitchen. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. How cool---more fun, I think, than a commercially produced towel with a crocheted-on hangy-bit at the top. And I love basketweave, and yours looks great!

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  10. You definitely can see it! I love this.

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  11. So cool! And so very useful! Great project :-)

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