Today’s post was very much inspired by my (Andrea writing, by the way) fiance’s trip to Montreal; with him gone, I have been left to tackle the dishes myself. Yes, that’s correct, when fiance is here I don’t do dishes. We have a deal. It’s awesome.
So basically what I’m saying is, I’m going to try to make as few as dishes as possible! Which brings me to the subject of dishcloths!! Exciting, no? Well, maybe not, but I still have preferences when it comes to dishcloths. When we moved in together, most of our linens etc came from my mom’s place, good old hand me downs. Somehow dishcloths and kitchen towels seem to be one of those things that you can collect a lot of and quickly! Thus, I know that when I grab for a new dishcloth I tend to pick out the same ones- the knitted or crocheted kind. I like that they are soft but good for scrubbing because of their bulk and they don’t wear down like those paper towel thin ones that always end up with holes.
And so, I present to you my crocheted dishcloths!
(Say hello to my snowman! Yes, I insist I can have winter decorations up if there is still snow on the ground!!)
This is a beautiful blue/teal mix set, which is machine washable and dryer friendly! These guys have a fun bumpy texture which will hold up to years of scrubbing. I am also picturing a pinky set, a white/grey set, and a green set.
Happy sudds-ing up!!