#270 Flower Frenzy Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet


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Designer Teresa Petrino wrote: “ I have been crocheting since a child, taught by both my mom and grandmother. I have been forever addicted since. I do lots of crafts, but find crochet to be my most creative and enjoyable of all. Even though I love to design many crocheted items, I have never submitted any until now. I crochet anything and will use any kind of thread or yarn to yield the result I’m after. I prefer dishcloths square or rectangular and find this a fun challenge. I love motifs like those used in afghans but in doing a motif for a dishcloth I wanted to create one, with less holes and with a flower-like design. So here is my square: a no-hole, flower-like design with bright, vibrant summer colors. It’s a wonderful addition to anyone’s kitchen décor. I do not have a website. I have no time for that, but am always creating and improving my current designs, when I get the chance. “

Thank you Teresa for joining the Dishcloth-a-day challenge!

The Flower Frenzy Crochet Dishcloth is now available in the Sunny Days Crochet Pattern Set.



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Comments (5)

  • Grinnypicker55 13 years ago Reply

    I want to tell you, this pattern has made most of my Christmas list! I had lots of variegated cotton & small amounts of solids & was looking for a pattern for a dishcloth made of small motifs, that I could add more motifs to make dish towels, & VOILA, here it is! Thanks sooo much Teresa & Maggie! : )

    CM@Maggies 13 years ago Reply

    Thank You Grinny!

  • Anonymous 13 years ago Reply

    I keep getting an error printing message. Something about an interior error.

    Maggie Weldon 13 years ago Reply


    You may not have adobe reader installed, you can install it at http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

    You might also have to enable pop-ups from http://www.bestfreecrochet.com

    I have emailed today’s to you directly, but hopefully these steps will solve problems with future patterns.

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  • Teresa Petrino 12 years ago Reply

    For anyone creating this- The size was misprinted and should read:
    Each motif measures approx. 4 1/2″ before attaching. Finished dishcloth of four motifs measures approx. 9″ square when done.

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