Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Paris or London?

It dawned on me that I got a little off track. I still have just a few of the dishcloths I made Hilary left to show you. Today I'll show these two together. I found them on Ravelry. I had to pay a dollar a piece for the download but they're so cute that I think they were well worth it!

The sweet little white dress with purple and lime specks is called,  "Let's Go to Paris" and the darling blue dress is called,  "Let's Go to London". How cute is that?!

They remind me of my childhood. I remember my mother having a crocheted dress hanging over her bottle of dish soap. It certainly makes things look a bit more Ooh~La~La!

Happy Day to All!

12 comments:

  1. I like them both, but LOVE the dress! Too cute. My hubby has asked me why I haven't made a dress for the dish soap bottle. Ha-ha. I have no idea how he even knows about them. His mother must have had one or something.

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    1. Thanks Pammy Sue!
      Isn't that funny! I bet his mom did have one. They were the rage back in the day you know!

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  2. Those are just too cute Danette!

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    1. Thank you Kar!
      Wish my pictures weren't so darn dark. Those are taken by a sunny window for crying out loud!!!

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  3. JUST ADORABLE, GREAT IDEA AS WELL. THANK YOU SWEETNESS FOR DROPPIN IN FOR A VISIT...THE DOILY IS FOR SALE. I HOPE ALL IS WELL HAVE A BLESSED LOVELY EVENING WITH LOVE JANICE...i REALLY LIKE THESE LITTLE DRESSES TOO...

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  4. Thanks Janice! I will check out the price on your doily :) You have a Blessed and lovely eve as well Dear!

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  5. Love the dresses, what a great idea revisited from the past.

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    1. Thanks Jenny!
      I do love things that remind me of my mother's kitchen and days gone by. :)

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  6. Ooh-La-La is right! Such adorable dishcloths. I love the idea of the dress hanging over a bottle of soap, how cute is that...What a fun project. I'll have to go check out the pattern on ravelry:)

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    1. Be sure you do check them out Karen. They are so fun and quick to make up. I'm going to make some for my sister and my other daughter (my granddaughter has requested one for her mommy!}.

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  7. Oh how cute! I love them both!

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    1. Why Thank You My Dear!

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Danette