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#31 Shamrock Crochet Dishcloth

Myth has it that around the fifth century, people in Ireland looked at the shamrock as a sacred plant because its leaves formed a triad. St. Patrick used the shamrock to represent the trinity – The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. Others thought it represented Faith, Hope and Love.

Follow me onto dishcloth #32 and the rest of the story…

The Shamrock Crochet dishcloth is now available in the Holiday Dishcloth Set Crochet Pattern.

This pattern is now available in the new book from Annie’s Attic ‘A Year of Dishcloths’. Click here to order your copy of this book today: http://www.maggiescrochet.com/products/a-year-of-dishcloths

All Rights Reserved ©2011 Maggie Weldon

Enjoy,

Maggie

 

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Comments (20)

  • crochetsew 10 years ago Reply

    This another lesson learned. I did not know the religious meaning of this. Thanks for the pattern and the lesson.

  • nanaob 10 years ago Reply

    Thanks for making your patterns available

  • Barbara 10 years ago Reply

    How can you get the pattern, when it won’t let me log in to get it. I’m logged in, it says I am…but it won’t go any farther…..

    webmaster 10 years ago Reply

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  • Silverpeach 10 years ago Reply

    Why is no PDF availavle for DC #31 Shamrock?

  • LadyofYorkies 10 years ago Reply

    Thank you. I look forward to making and sharing this one. It’s so pretty. Sylvia

  • SylviaCh 10 years ago Reply

    Just think, when we have finished the year, if we could adjust them to be all exactly the same size, using worsted weight yarn instead of cotton, we could make 12 sampler afghans without repeating 1 square. Just a thought. (54 x 45 inches)

  • snefferdoodle 10 years ago Reply

    What happened to the print button?

  • Miss Dragonfly 10 years ago Reply

    the printer friendly button is missing. I would like to download as a PDF

  • rmkuma 10 years ago Reply

    What a pretty dishcloth and the pattern in plenty of time to make it too! Thank you so much!

  • nanajean36 10 years ago Reply

    #31 didn’t have a PDF link. I am downloading these to save to my computer. I copied it to word but I had rather have the PDF format.
    Thanks,
    Jean

  • snowmannut 10 years ago Reply

    is there a print option

    webmaster 10 years ago Reply

    This feature has been restored.

    It was down temporarily while we were making updates, sorry for the inconvenience.

  • snowmannut 10 years ago Reply

    I just accidentally deleted the emails that was sent to me to verify my account

    webmaster 10 years ago Reply

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  • foxyskylar 10 years ago Reply

    THANKS A BUNCH!

  • sambok.stuio10511@yahoo.com 10 years ago Reply

    I’m Irish,,,, so I’m in love with this pattern.. going to make one for all my relatives! Thanks so much for sharing this lovely pattern.
    Sharon <

  • maxtatum 10 years ago Reply

    Cute pattern……….I’m going to make this into a
    potholder, perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!

  • marceme 10 years ago Reply

    I DIDNT KNOW THE RELIGOUS MEANING EITHER
    BUT IT IS A GREAT THIK NO WONDER I LOVED IT SO MUCH MY SPIRIT MUST HAVE KNOWN NOW I WILLL KNOW HOW MUCH THIS MEANS… I WILL PUT THIS ON IT WHEN I GIVE TO THE PERSON IM GIVING IT TO
    IM WORKING ON THE SHAMROCK NOW IM HAVING SO MUCH FUN WITH THIS POTHOLDER SECTION I GO TO MAIL MANY TIMES A DAY TO SEE WHAT HAS COME tuesday didnt HAVE A PATTERN TODAY BOO HOO HUGS ME

  • kvanatta 10 years ago Reply

    I was pleased at how quickly this worked up. I didn’t even need to outline the shamrock! Also couldn’t find any dark green locally so I used a green/orange variegated that set off the lime green shamrock really well 🙂

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