Friday, 27 September 2013

I've Made Friday Week 77

I hope you are all having a good week.

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I managed to make another Trinity Stitch washcloth


I should hopefully have the pattern for you soon.

I also managed to design and make a scrubber
to match the washcloth



I don't think they look too bad as a set.
The pattern for the basket weave scrubber will be coming soon as well.

I finished all my angels :-)

I can't wait to give them as Christmas presents this year.

I'm reading:

 
Panic by Nick Stephenson
(A Leopold Blake Mystery / Thriller)
This is the first book in the series. 
Leopold Black is an FBI criminology consultant.
He was called into a crime scene
where it was suspected that a prominent politician
committed suicide.
As soon as he takes a look at the scene he
realize it was murder.
It was staged (very well) to look like suicide
but things weren't just right.
From there the story gets more and more exciting.
The story gets dangerous and things
take a lot of twists and turns.
It's not a bad book and the twists and turns in the story keep you interested.
I love the fact you don't know how the story is going to end.
I'm looking forward to reading the next in the series
I give the book
4 out of 5

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10 comments:

  1. A friend of mine makes those scrubbies and always gives me a couple at Christmas. I wear them out because they are so perfect.

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    1. They are great. My hubby uses them so I wanted to convert him to yarn ones instead of plastic. I want to make this Christmas as special as possible making as much as possible handmade.

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  2. Lovely angels!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  3. I've just started making washcloths and they are so much more fun than I'd imagined!

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    1. I know I haven't long started making them. I also love using them. They are so much better than bought ones.

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  4. I love your bathing equipments! I will do this too!

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