Rose Dish cloth or face cloth
The music director at our church is leaving at the end of June, 2014. I am sad, heartbroken and disappointed. The members of the choir either contributed to a purse for him or gave him our own gifts. My gift was a series of dish cloths or face cloths made from mercerized cotton in a variety of colors. I tied six of them up in a white ribbon with pink undertones and wrapped them in yellow tissue paper tied with the same color of ribbon. I put it all in a blue bag.
He opened the gifts on our final Sunday making music together when we, he and the choir, had lunch at a nearby restaurant. He seemed to like them.
Another choir member gave him a pillow shaped like a mantel clock with a face reading 11:05.
I plan to attend his farewell performance on Sunday.
I have now woven half the ends in on the back of the sweater. I have woven the ends in in the front. I now have to weave in the ends on the sleeves, to stitch up the collar and put the permanent stitching in the seams. I expect to be finished by the end of the summer.