Ubiquity, thy name is Warshrag. You’ve seen them everywhere else. Now you’re seeing them here.
With a list of to-knits a mile long, I found myself grabbing cotton from my stash on my way to the airport. For some reason, these Ballband Warshrags (from Mason-Dixon Knitting and the Peaches and Cream ballband) suddenly called my name.
It has been a year since I’ve made any dishcloths, and much longer than that since I’ve made any for my own kitchen. But I’ve been wanting to make these particular ones for awhile. And since I went through a minor reorganization and decluttering of the kitchen last week, it seemed like the perfect time for a new little bit of brightness. Not to mention that I really needed a mindless knit for the trip. The only time I had to knit was in flight – but that was all I needed to knock these babies out.
yarn: Bernat Cottontots in cream and baby blue, Manos Cotton Stria in deep red
needles: size 7 KP Options
start: February 4
finish: February 6
verdict: haven’t used them yet but already totally love them – though I’m pretty sure that cream will be pink after I put them in the wash. That red is just too rich and deep not to bleed.
Little Buddha likes them too.
(you wouldn’t believe how many pictures we took of him posing with the warshrags, which he really does seem fascinated with.)