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Monday, March 8, 2010

For those who like St. Patrick's Day items....these are from Lily Brand cotton

Go Green for St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated by the Irish and Irish at Heart all over the world. From big cities to small towns, parades, music, Irish food and drink, and all things green are everywhere.
You can celebrate your Irish pride with the help of Lily® Sugar'n Cream®. The wide range of colors includes not only a myriad of greens, but also oranges, golds and reds to liven up any St. Patrick's Day event. We have some great ideas to craft yourself a little something to show your Irish spirit.
Free Shamrock Dishcloth pattern to crochet!
Shamrock Dishcloth
The shamrock has been part of the St. Patrick's Day festivities for years and it truly is a symbol for all things Irish. A great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day is with this quick and easy dishcloth, crocheted in Lily® Sugar'n Cream®. It has a handle for easy drying and is a great gift idea!
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Luck o' the Irish
Let these adorable leprechauns fill your house with Irish cheer. These mischievous fellows might not lead you to their pot of gold, but they will steal your hearts!
LeprechaunLeprechaun Dishcloth

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
-The Lily® Sugar'n Cream® Design Team
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