Here is the open facecloth. Normally it wouldn't look so wavy, but I didn't want to take out the cord.
I really like the pattern for the Mason Dixon washcloth from the Mason Dixon Knitting book; I am not sure why I passed over it before. I love the way you can thread ribbon through the eyelet holes and make a little spa gift bag. This pattern is moving to the top of my gift pattern list. I am going to try it again using Blue Sky organic cotton, yummy!!
Since I am on the topic of Mason Dixon Knitting, a book that I just can't put down, I decided to buy my secret pal a copy. She is a southern knitter, but probably not one who would think to buy a $30 knitting book even though it is filled with projects that she would adore. In my research I discovered that Elmore-Pisgah the maker of Sugar and Cream yarns, a favorite of the Mason Dixon girls, is now offering a Mason Dixon Knitting yarn pack with colors featured in the book. I bought her the pack to go with the book in her May package.