Did you know that in Holland during the 1600s that tulip bulbs were more valuable than gold? Or that roses are related to cherries, raspberries, and almonds? How about that dandelions have natural health benefits and contain nutrients such as Vitamin A, C, iron and calcium? Flowers are not only beautiful to look at, but they have been a valuable resource for years. The Gardening Channel has more interesting information about everyday flowers!
Bring some spring into your home with these fun Floral Bouquet Dishcloths.
These floral dishcloths are sure to bring in springtime fever to your kitchen. Seven different flower-inspired designs make it easy to choose your favorites for your own home decor or gifts to family and friends. From 9.5 to 10 inches in diameter, these cheerful crochet dishcloths are big enough to get a dirty job done or shine alone as home decor. They’re durable and practical for daily kitchen use. Once you see how quick and easy it is to make these, it will be hard not to make at least one for all of your friends!
Original Design by: Maggie Weldon
Skill Level: Easy
Find the pattern here!: Floral Bouquet of Dishcloths – Pattern #PA818
See below for more Maggie’s Crochet dishcloth patterns:
Floral Bouquet of Dishcloths Set 2 – Pattern #PA903
Carnation Kitchen Set Crochet Pattern – Pattern #PB038
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