Thursday, July 19, 2012

Just Something I Made

 
I used the hot dog method to put a boarder of bark cloth fabric on these 100%
cotton fabric scraps.

 
My apologies to Cathe Holden for stealing her line... Just something I made...

 
I used the fabric samples I bought at a recent rummage sale to make these finger tip and hand towels. 

 
Then I spent the late afternoon taking photos and playing with some photo editing. Just so you know, I got the wash basin at a rummage sale for a dollar and I crocheted the washcloth in the soap dish.  (The soap dish from dear Joy that belonged to our friend Annie) That's Beekman 1802 goat's milk soap from a friend and fellow admirer of Josh and Brent.  

We got rain overnight.  Must have been all you girls "rain dancing" to the video I posted yesterday.  LOL 

My dear friends Jean and Kathy lost their Mom on Saturday.  Mrs. F. was a wonderful woman and raised the most wonderful daughters.  If you are so inclined, please remember these dear girls in your prayers.  Losing your Mom is so hard, and the funeral is not the hardest part...missing her everyday is.  Sending out a big hug to my sweetest pals.

I'm going back to the sewing machine today.  Hope your day is a great one.
Thanks for stopping by...

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5 comments:

Jill said...

Your towels are beautiful and your spot looks like a lovely spa! I'd like to book an appointment, please.

Debby said...

Very pretty towels. I like how you photographed them. SO sorry for your friends loss. It is something we all go through and it never gets any easier no matter the circumstances.

Barb said...

Hi Penny...you did a great job Creating the towels. Lovely. I like the photoshoot also.

Rain....finally got some here last night and it is raining now. Haven,t had a drop in over a month..

Great day for sewing. I am so behind on my quilt! Yikes.

Charm Bracelet Diva said...

Love the whole vignette. At least SOMEONE is being creative today!

Lynne said...

Love your towels, wash basin and crocheted cloth in the soap dish. Nice post Penny!