Wednesday, July 06, 2011

A Pre Foggy Giveaway

 
This is all my brain has managed the last couple of weeks: knitting kitchen cloths while holding feet high and watching DVDs (still shaken after faboulous fantastic I Am love). I think the nursing fog has started already. The nesting sure has.

I'll tell you a secret: You'll never get any kitchen cloths this good. They're soft cotton, washed at 60 degrees in machine. You'll never turn back when you start using them, and will be knitting them yourself before you know it. Or get pregnant.

To win this pair of brown and blue cloths: leave a comment before Wednesday the 13th of July. Simple as that!

27 comments:

Menthe Blanche said...

So I am going to start learning to knit ;))

Fruitful Fusion said...

They look so gorgeously soft I can almost feel them! I love checking in with your blog and getting a taste of the Arctic. I'm always filled with wonder when I see your sunlit midnight pictures. Amazing! Thanks for sharing it all with us!

Carol said...

they look different than the cloths I have knitted, and the yarn looks different as well. I really enjoy seeing pictures and reading about life in such a faraway place from the USA.

Di said...

They look beautiful....the only one I ever made was pink and not very nice!

Vicky said...

I love knitted and crocheted dishcloths :)

ibb said...

They look really beautiful! And as I know a bit, just need something to get involved in...motivation is what I need, or get pregnant ;)

Malyss said...

I'm too old now to have more kids, and three are great, but enough..and I don't know how to knit(shame on me, I know..I'd like to know, but have nobody to teach me..)So, I make a wish!:o)
PS: Are you really talking about FOG in july?!!

Retrobaby said...

Count me in! I love kitchen cloths like these. :)

jane said...

they are beautiful. i wish i could knit...
you just keep your feet up! :)
big hugs!

Anonymous said...

Such a lovely job! I use handknit ones now, but there is always room for more. Pick me please :^)

Karen

Dorit said...

Beautiful! And I wish you some happy foggy days :)

Tracey said...

They look too nice to be used as kitchen cloths!!I
Hope the fog lifts soon!!

Lots of luck with the forth coming arrival.
Great blog by the way.

christinelaennec said...

Those look wonderful! Take care of yourself.

Grupo Mãos Dadas said...

will you send it to brasil?
i am in
adriana dias
artemaosdadas.com.br

likeschocolate said...

Those all the most gorgeous wash rags I have ever seen.

Trude said...

Good idea to knit clothes. I have never thought of that. Then I can get them in exactly the colour I want to match my kitchen. They do look supersoft as well.
When are you due? sounds like your on the last lap before giving birth. I had my first child a year ago and remember the last weeks as "heavy"

Arctic Mum said...

Hi everyone. Adriana - of course I'm sending to Brasil! That would be so much fun! Trude - due in ten days, which means I'm not mountain climbing these days. Rather watch hours of BBC dramas rented from the library..

Magdalena said...

I think I should learn how to knit then :)

HOA Mgr Lady said...

Would love to try those....! Happy Baby and hope your labor goes smoothly.

SewLindaAnn said...

They look wonderful! Love to have them.

demie said...

i would love to own handmade clothes!!! such a beautiful idea!!!

Liv-Inger said...

Jeg vil gjerne være med i trekninga. Hørt mye positivt om strikkede kluter, men har liksom aldri knødd meg til å lage dem selv. Og gravid har jeg definitivt ikke tenkt til å bli igjen, så da er det greiere å vinne en giveaway enn å vente til jeg selv sitter der med beina høyt og har tid til å strikke. ;-) Kjenner forresten veldig godt igjen det der med å bare sitte med beina høyt og glo på DVD. Høres ut som luksus. Men fy, så boooring i lengden! Men men, this too shall pass! Nærmer seg nå. :-)

Francesca said...

isn't your due date now? checking in for news, and super lovely dishclothes.

Kaylovesvintage said...

very cool...I would say keep knitting

Ida Thue said...

Wow, a knitted giveaway so close to your due date! You're a supermom ;-) I'd love to win!

Siena said...

I'm in! I hope you are doing fine!

likeschocolate said...

That is cool! I have gone over the north pole many times, but it has always been at night so I have never seen anything.

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