Sunday, February 7, 2010

Watermelons in February

It's snowy outside so why not crochet some watermelon slices.  The two half slices are potholders and the whole slice is a dish cloth - the little scrubbie is my invention.  They were done with Lilly's Sugar 'n Cream and the patterns can be found in Leisure Arts Kitchen Basics in Cotton.  They were fun to do while watching the snow fall and thinking about summer!

6 comments:

  1. These look so well done and so refreshing.

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  2. These are so lovely and happy. Just what we needed to see! Very nice work!

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  3. These are adorable!
    My mother-in-law collects watermellon items.
    I may need to attempt some for her!

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  4. Qué lindo!
    They are so so nice!
    and look very bright for winter...
    you have winter in February, right???
    We are enjoying summer.. !!

    I will give it a try! your idea is really really good!
    Thanks for sharing!

    Pam

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  5. What great colour combinations. Nature really has an eye for colours and textures and you have captured them really well in this project. I have awoke to another sprinkling of snow. It has been on and off since mid December and I think enough is enough now. So I have bought lots of spring flowers and put them in my kitchen. Perhaps I nees some watermelon pot holders too.
    Jayne-Marie x

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