Crochet for a Cause: Washing Flowers

 

Crochet for a Cause_Washing Flowers

August is a month of sweet tea and front porches in the South. Or at least I heard it used to be – until the advent of the air conditioner. Now, it’s sweet tea and a recliner, for those of us less mosquito and humidity inclined.

To work with the season – both the calendar one and my personal life one – I’ll be sharing patterns from around the crochet world this month, hooking creativity to causes.

First up, Washing Flowers – flowery dish (or face) cloths – for Operation Christmas Child or fundraising craft fairs.

The Causes

  • Operation Christmas Child lets us look up to the Lord, have fun in the middle with toys and shopping, and look toward the children of our generation, who need the hope of Jesus Christ to lift them up and carry them through this life and into the next.

 

The Creativity: Washing Flowers

If you were a young lady, living in a village where water was a necessity and clean water a luxury, wouldn’t you love to wash your face – or your dishes – with one of these lovely flower cloths?

Ribbon Flower Dishcloth

Ribbon_Flower_Washcloth

This one is called a Ribbon Flower Dishcloth because you can weave a ribbon through the last round, pull it up tight and make a pretty little bundle.  Smile

Here’s a direct link to the Ribbon Flower Dishcloth pattern on Yarnspirations.

Flower Power Dishcloth

Flower Power Dishcloth

This is another favorite dish/face cloth pattern called Flower Power.

Flower Power Multicolor Dishcloth

 

Don’t you love how switching colors around gives the pattern a whole new look … and looks nice as a set?

NOTE: The Flower Power Dishcloth pattern is only available as a FREE Ravelry download.

Not a Ravelry member?

It’s FREE!  And easy to sign up!

And Ravelry is a wonderful gathering place for inspirations and creations!

 

LOCAL FOLKS:

The Flower Power Dishcloths will be for sale at the upcoming “Piggin and Peddlin” in October.

Proceeds will help support Bread for Life International in Cameroon, Africa.

If you would like to order Washing Flowers in particular colors to help support Bread for Life or to tuck into your Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes, drop me a note or give me a call.  Smile

 

REALITY CHECK: Some realities are more enjoyable than other realities, some seasons more enjoyable than other seasons. Either way, we have the opportunity to look for – or even make – the pretty in the seasonal pattern.

 

 

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Comments

  1. DeniseMarie says:

    This is super sweet!!

    • Thank you, DeniseMarie! Do you crochet or craft? What’s your favorite thing to make?

      • DeniseMarie says:

        I craft! My Mom sews and crochets. She could whip a sack full of these up like nothing!! I am currently hand stitching play mats for my shoeboxes with felt.. I will. add a set of cars or animals to each play environment.