Ready to Barter

Would you spend a few hours knitting dishcloths to be able to enjoy heirloom yellow tomatoes (whose name I have forgotten)?

I did.

Dishcloths are almost ready to send, just three little ends to weave in. Of course, I have to wait until next summer to enjoy the tomatoes.
That’s okay.

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Published in: on September 7, 2012 at 10:03 am  Comments (13)  

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  1. I would totally do that, but then I’m a tomato junkie living in a tomato wasteland. 🙂 Nice work on the dishcloths — I’m sure the gardener in question will feel like they got a screaming deal!

    • thank you and glad you stopped by

  2. Dishcloths for fresh tomatoes (yummm) are an amazing swap, I think! (And I love the dishcloths, great knitting and colours.)

    • thanks, come again.
      Next summer I’ll have pics of the tomatoes

  3. Totally a great trade especially if you can’t grow your own produce. I’ve bartered for other garden goodies before. Good call.

    • We have a large garden, I just wanted some of those heirloom yellows. Greedy, I guess.
      thanks for visiting.

  4. I would definitely barter knitting for produce. 😀 Looks like a well-worth-while deal to me!

    • I think so, too.
      Thanks for visiting.

  5. I love the dishcloths, I actually have four finished that I need to weave the ends in, and I’ve had them finished forever lol. Thank you for visiting my blog!

  6. Good to know that bartering is alive and well;everyone benefits! Lovely cloths!


    • Good benefits, so true
      Thanks for visiting

  7. I love energy exchanges!!!! Since I love making dishcloths this doesn’t seem like any hassle at all.

    • You’re right – it’s no hassle, just fun knitting.

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