I have made a start on Wilbur's throw and am quite pleased with it so far. I had a lovely time picking out the fabrics and of course shopping for the Mickey Mouse fabric whilst on holiday. As I have said before I was really good and restrained myself from buying more fabric and yarn from the wide selection available. I have not made a plan for the throw on paper, which is unusual for me but I do have a plan in my head.
I am loving the Mickey Mouse fabric and am sure Wilbur will to, he is a great fan of all things Disney as are all of the Grandchildren, bless them.
As I said a start as been made and I am quite pleased with the progress so far. It is a project that I am really enjoying, I always do when it is for one of the children.
I came across a lovely post this morning about dishcloths made from old towels and fabric, they looked so pretty that I just had to have a go myself.
I really was thrilled with the end result and call them my little rays of sunshine, the fabric is so bright and cheery they really do make you smile. The towel was once a really bright yellow but is now so washed out there is no colour left. Much better to recycle than throw something away and I was thrilled with the end result. The idea came from Faye over at the Blessed Hearth theblessedhearth.blogspot.co.uk/. Faye has made some really beautiful dishcloths and has lots of other tips to make a welcoming kitchen. Hope you have a good day.
See you soon.