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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Potholder!

Pammy Sue at her blog named "Scotty's Place" over on my sidebar, (I don't know how to do that fancy linking thingy,) asked me to do a test crochet on her rose potholder pattern.  She is planning to post the pattern on her blog tomorrow.  Hurry over to get a copy.  Pammy Sue is a great pattern writer.  It was wellwritten and   easy, peasy to follow.  Here's the finished product.  I did a few extra rounds with red instead of white on the back because I ran out of white here at the lake.

The front
The back.  The pattern called for white all the way up to the green but I did the aforementioned red instead.  You can make this beautiful pattern any color combo you like. 
Thanks Pammy Sue for trusting me with your pattern.  It was lots of fun.  And now, after that brief intermission, it's  back to the runner.

Blessings,
Betsy

16 comments:

  1. Oh that is so very pretty. I do not think I could ever use it!!
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  2. Too cute, you did a fab job! I'll go check it out. Have fun at the lake

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  3. This Betsy (ME) has no creative talents like you do!!!!!! I love the pot holder --but would never use that beauty as a pot holder.. It needs to be displayed somewhere.... Great job, Betsy.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. Oh it looks awesome! I love the red and white together with the green trim. :) Blessings always sweet friend. :)

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  5. You made that so fast! It looks beautiful. You did a wonderful job. I kind of like the extra red on the back. My hubby and I both laughed when I read out loud that I was a good pattern-writer. Hahaha! If you only knew how I struggled and how many times I screwed it up. But finally it is done! Thank you so much for making it.

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  6. Looks good and a perfect pattern for this time of the year when the roses are so beautiful!
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  7. I love that Pammy Sue asked you to test her pattern, it is lovely.
    Hugs to you sweet Betsy,
    Meredith

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  8. It came out great, Betsy. How nice to have the chance to test a pattern, it sounds like fun.

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  9. lovely! I've seen an old one like this that my mom had. May still have it here somewhere. I don't crochet but that would make a pretty gift for someone! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Hello Betsy I have just found your lovely blog, you have done a great job of following Pammy Sue's pattern it has turned out beautifully, Have a great weekend. :)

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  11. You have done a good job. Love your work! Have a nice day!

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  12. great work Betsy.. great item to share, thanks for popping over too , Shaz in Oz.x

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  13. I'm pretty sure you could conquer just about any pattern. The potholder is lovely. I like the color change. Wishing you a wonderful day. Tammy

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  14. Soooo pretty, I would have to hang it up to admire it, Betsy! xx

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  15. Hello Betsy, your potholder is so very pretty. To pretty to use. Smile. I need to catch up on your old ousts. I see you are enjoying the beautiful lake retreat. I can easily see why you find it such a wonderful place to be. Hugs Judy

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