Today I worked on Little Starbursts Dishcloths, with a free tutorial by Sarah C. of Blooming Patterns.
I've never crocheted a dishcloth before. I've received them as gifts and loved using them so much I wanted to make a few for myself and for my children.
I used a 100% cotton super soft yarn called I Love This Cotton
(photo by Lennie Mahler/ Deseret News)
Over 100,000 people attend General Conference in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, and millions of people ( like myself) from 80 different nations listen on T.V. or satellite.
I always come away uplifted, and find comfort in the words from these great men and women. They teach and motivate us to "try and do as the Savior would have us do."
I appreciated the update from Bishop H. David Burton, who has been highly involved in the Welfare and Humanitarian Service of the LDS Church.
He spoke of the worldwide needs, and addressed the church's current work in Japan, adding "We honor those who, in our day, reach out in countless and often silent ways to be kind to the poor, clothe the naked, minister to the sick and visit the captive."
I will continue to make more of these little dishcloths, and donate them here within my community.