Thursday, April 17, 2014
Project Of The Week
Hello all you wonderful peeps out there in the crafting world and beyond. How are you all this week? First let me apologize for not having a sneak peek this week. I was experiencing some technical difficulties with Wi-Fi but we are back up and running again.
So are you all ready for this weeks installment of the Project of the Week??
I'm excited. I've been wanting to do this project for awhile. It just took a little longer because I was searching for just the right pieces.
Spa sets/pieces. There are 4 pieces total and I will explain each along with a link to each pattern used. I am in love with these pieces. ;)
This is a Soap Sack. I just love the look of this. I for one never liked using a bar of soap because the facecloth thing just drove me crazy. But this could be my answer. Best part....its reusable. When your soap is gone just toss it in the wash with your bath laundry and voila its clean as a whistle. Awesome!!
Next up is the Nubby Spa Cloth . I havent used this yet but I could see while making it just how great its potential. This is a great loufa type cloth. I cannot wait to try it out. Completely washable and dryable.
Here's the first piece I made which fed my desire to create spa sets and led me in search of other items to go with the Mini Cable Face Cloth. I absolutely love this pattern. And it looks so elegant.
So there we have it folks. Build your own spa set for yourself or as a gift. These would make wonderful Mother's Day gifts. (hint, hint, hint) What mama doesn't want to take a luxurious bath? This one certainly would. ;)
They are available in any color you wish also. Make them all the same color or chose the colors that match your current decor.
I hope you have enjoyed this weeks Project of the Week. Be sure to tune in next week for another exciting project.
I hope everyone is gearing up for egg-hunts this weekend. Have a Hoppy Easter.
So whats currently on your hooks peeps? Let me know in the comments below.
“Crochet gives me an inner peace that I treasure each and every day.” – Judith Ferrett