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Knit Dishcloths Kiwi Apple Green Kitchen Cleaning

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Two kiwi apple green knit dishcloths made by Ewenique are perfect for kitchen cleaning chores. The classic design of these knitted dish cloths has made them a kitchen staple for decades. Hand knit on the diagonal in a garter stitch, these fresh green dishcloths have a pretty eyelet border all around. Perfect for washing dishes, cleaning up spills, and wiping counter tops, these sturdy cleaning cloths will last and last. Eco friendly and reusable, just toss in the wash after a day's use. Each dish cloth measures about 7" square. Machine wash and dry.

I love the fresh kiwi green color of the soft cotton yarn used to make these cloths. Green is a popular color for kitchens and can be mixed with many different colors. Chose another color or two to make your own unique set. It's nice to have a week's worth on hand. If you would like more in this color, just let me know. I would be happy to knit more dishcloths for you. The quality of these hand knit dishcloths can't be beat. Soft enough to be used as a wash cloth in the shower or bath, too! A set of dishcloths would make a great housewarming gift, especially when paired with a bar of my artisan soap.

More dishcloths here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/EweniqueEssentials?section_id=7768834

Knit Dishcloths Kiwi Apple Green Kitchen Cleaning

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: cotton yarn
  • Only ships to United States from Florida, United States.
  • Feedback: 131 reviews
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