Saturday, January 12, 2013

Spread a Little Love

Yesterday I sorted through my basket of projects and discovered that I now have 35 crocheted dishcloths.
More than enough to start the gift giving.
I'm still working on my pay it forward gifts.
And I've joined an "I Love Hearts Swap" hosted by Shelley at all4meggymoo.
She's accepting participants until the 14th if you are interested.
So now I've moved on to making sweet little hearts.
Maaike at Creajjion posted an open publishing magazine
Gatherings: The White Issue which is where you can find the heart pattern (p. 126).
And since February will be here before you know it, mark your calendars for the 1st through the 14th.
Nancy at Sugar Lump Studios will be posting a daily "heartfelt" project idea to get you in the mood for Valentine's Day.

Wishing you a lovely, love-filled day!

29 comments:

  1. I can't believe that pile of dishcloths! Wowzers!!!!

    Thanks for the links - will check them out xxx

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  2. Wow! You crocheted so many! thank you for sharing the lovely heart pattern and the link to the magazine :)

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  3. So many wonderful dishcloths and your hearts are so sweet. I am going to have to take up crochet again.
    Hugs,
    Laura

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  4. Oh, look at these beautiful photos! Such lovely creativity! Lots accomplished by your sweet heart and hands!

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  5. Dearest Tammy,
    You moved to the heart issue in perfect time. What a lovely stack of wash cloths for giveaways. People will love you for your golden hands and big heart!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  6. Oh my you have been very busy. I think there are lovely friends out there that are about to be very happy with your gifts. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend,
    eEredith

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  7. That's a lot of dishcloths! Wow. Those hearts are really cute and perfect for Valentine's Day :)

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  8. You are just full of great news and ideas today. I just started making dishcloths. Do you have a favorite pattern or do you use a mixture of different ones?

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  9. You're definitely ready for gift giving with all those dishcloths. I hope you're having a great day. :)

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  10. Oh, such lovely, lovely hearts! And look at all those dishcloths. You are amazing. Have a beautiful weekend! Susan

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  11. love those dishcloths...am so stealing your gift idea for this year!

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  12. Wow, what great dishcloths! Love seeing all of your crocheted goodies. Have a great day!

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  13. Lovely post. I love hearts! This is a favorite time of year for me!

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  14. Love your hearts Tammy...we are going to be busy over the next while "Growing our Blog"
    Have a happy weekend!❤

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  15. At the rate you are completing your crocheting projects you will de-stash your yarn in no time. Your gift cupboard is really filling up. Love the little crocheted hearts. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...

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  16. Hi, Tammy,
    I love hearts and I love Valentine's Day. Your sweet pink crocheted hearts are so pretty! I ordered some crocheted dish cloths from etsy. They are wonderful!! I just throw them in the washing machine. They retain their size and shape beautifully. I know your friends and family will enjoy the ones you make. I am wishing you and your family a very happy, healthy and prosperous new year! Vicki

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  17. Hi Tammy.. I was inspired to do another wash cloth - mine have ridges on them.. I posted the pattern on my blog.. come and see. I will go look at that heart pattern now. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  18. A lot going on! Isn't that wonderful! so many wonderful people in blogland! Love the little heart and all the colorful cloths.

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  19. What a wonderful wealth of washcloths Tammy! Don't things look great when they are photographed together? what an achievement!
    Great links too - thanks
    Ali

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  20. That stack of washcloths are so pretty with the many lovely colors. That would look nice on any shelf.

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  21. OH MY GOODNESS I love the dishcloths pile

    LOL I would NEVER use them for a real dishcloth though....too pretty ! I 'd display mine

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  22. Wow, that is a lot of wash clothes! I'd say you are ready to give them away ;-) The swap sounds delightful. Enjoy!!
    ~Dawn

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  23. Goodness! That is a lot of work you have been doing. Wonderful! Good luck with your project!
    xo Catherine

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  24. Hi Tammy, I cannot believe how many cloths u have made its wonderful!
    Your comment hasn't gone through on the heart swap blog, so I cannot see your entry can you comment again for me please to make sure you are included.
    thank you.

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  25. this is really great that you found time to crochet all those! :) love the look of the pile of dish cloths!
    heart...well, I'm in a mood to crochet few as well:)take care!Anna

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  26. Holy cow Batman! You could sew them altogether and have a huge afghan! LOL! They are fun to crochet....maybe you should branch over to potholders now. I just started a new crochet project today but again...a blankie....I should work smaller projects and then maybe I'd have more finished ones! LOL! Now, that's a thought!

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  27. Yes! Time for hearts! Those are so cute. I'll have to jump over to see the pattern. A nice heart banner would be nice or hang them on branches like I did my little flowers last summer. Yours are just darling!

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  28. I love your pile of crocheted dishcloths and those sweet hearts also. You are so quick with your crochet Tammy I must practice some more and stop procrastinating too:) Wishing you a wonderful week.

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  29. well thats a great dishcloth collection you have there!!!!
    wish i had some too but i cant find the time to make some, actually i feel like i dont have the time to do anything these days. phewww...

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