Monday I was watching The Circle and an "Expert" spoke
about when you have an invitation for lunch/dinner and you
are told not to bring anything. She said that it was rude to
take nothing and you should take either a bottle of wine
chocolates or flowers.
My daughter moved out recently & Wednesday night she
asked if we would like to come for tea for the first time
on Thursday and not to bring anything. So I thought oh dear
what will I do? Wine? no Chocolates? no Flowers? no
Somehow I came up with the idea of making a little
soap sack that she can put in her drawer to make her clothes all nice and smelly.
Just think, every time she opens her drawers, she will think of me!
There was a swap table at the K4C confab and the only thing that appealed to me was a ball of
Linate super mazaik, I've never seen this wool before, but it appealed to my love of variegated wool.
I made the pattern as I went and with 5.5mm needles it only took about an hour.
I took notes so if I make another it will be lots quicker, no measuring, undoing or pattern writing.
I think it's so cute, quite organic looking. She liked it, what do you think?
Visit Rhonda Jeans blog Down to Earth to see what others have on their mind.