Wednesday, April 18, 2012

The beginning of a love affair

This tramp (wipe up cloth) dressed up very well, that I swooned as I pulled it from the dryer and my heart did a little pitter patter while I pressed it ever so lovingly...

Do you see this as a background piece or a finished piece?  I see as finished.  There is not one thing on this I want to cover up!  It could be printed on paper, on a sheer or raw silk, quilted or not...maybe some small beads...but this is just lovely.  It has the ethereal look that I can't get with intent (and I keep trying).

Okay, I've got to go, my granddaughter is bringing me cookie cutters which means she has gotten into something and Papa is asleep.



  1. Yep..exquisite. Table moppers are the stars of the show almost every time. Sweet serendipity.

  2. I see it as the finished product as well! Really nice! I agree with Deb---I always wash and iron my mop up rags although to date, I haven't ended up with anything as nice as you did.

  3. I see a few inspirational words or a poem. That's not to say the cloth speaks for itself and is WONDERFUL!!

  4. I mean that doesn't say the cloth doesn't speak for itself, because it does. Sorry for commenting twice. I should have read what I wrote more carefully.