Three Bluebirds Swedish Dishcloths

Three Bluebirds: Little Chickens Swedish Dishcloth

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You'll be thrilled to have these classic chicks in the kitchen.

If your dishcloth were a person, this one would be a superhero. It’s sustainable, sturdy, and stylish. Whimsical prints with high-quality function will add some cheer to your chores! 

70% cellulose, 30% organic cotton. 
Screen printed with water-based inks.
100% biodegradable. 
Designed and printed in Connecticut, USA. 
size: 17 x 20 cm / 6.5 x 8 in.


Wash dishes. Wipe up spills. Scrub counters. Clean mirrors.

- Cleans virtually streak-free. More absorbent when damp.
- Use on glass, granite, tile, ceramic, stainless steel, and more.
- Works well with just water, soap, and sprays.
- Air dries fast, so it doesn’t breed bacteria like a conventional (disposable!) sponge.
- Dry flat, or drape over the sink or faucet. The more surface area exposed to air, the faster it will dry.

Keep your cloth clean so it can keep cleaning. Wash up to 200 times and reuse!

- Squeeze out excess moisture after use. Do not wring out, to keep shape.
- Clean in the top rack of the dishwasher, or in the washing machine. Air dry only.
- To sterilize: microwave when damp, or boil briefly. Use some bleach if desired.
- Reuse, and rejoice!

100% biodegradable when it is ready to return to the Earth.




About Three Bluebirds:

Three Bluebirds is owned and run by husband and wife duo Lasse and Lynda. Lasse is from Finland and Lynda is from California and they met under the towering peak of Mt. Fuji in Japan.

During their first visit to Lasse’s home in Finland, the couple discovered the shared joy of design and Lasse’s family opened Lynda’s eyes to the beauty, simplicity, and functionality of Scandinavian craft and design, which inspired the creation of Three Bluebirds years later.

The Three Bluebirds story is about one Scandinavian invention in particular: the Swedish Dishcloth. This special dishcloth was created in 1949, and it became popular throughout Scandinavia. In Finland, Lasse grew up using plain, solid-colored Swedish Dishcloths. These absorbent, reusable cloths were an everyday part of the sustainable Finnish lifestyle. “It was a given,” Lasse says, “and we wouldn’t waste anything.”

When Lynda learned about Swedish Dishcloths, she was eager to share this innovative product to inspire more earth-friendly lifestyles. 
From the very beginning, it was a top priority for Lynda and Lasse to go about building their business the right way. “We had to be as local as possible,” Lynda says.

Being local isn’t easy, though – the patented Swedish Dishcloth fabric (the real deal) is manufactured only in Europe! But they found a way to import the material, while staying local by designing and printing the dishcloths in their home state, Connecticut.

Lynda and Lasse work with a husband-and-wife-led team to print their own Swedish Dishcloths using eco-friendly, safe water-based inks. The two couples have formed a fruitful partnership built on trust and kindness, and have become close, lifelong friends.

The Swedish Dishcloths that Lasse grew up using were stripped-down and basic, without any patterns. “There was no special emotion about them,” Lasse says, “and they were really simple.” Three Bluebirds is different, thanks to Lasse’s unique designs. “His artwork has a childlike sweetness to it,” says Lynda, “It’s such a happy style, and people really connect with the designs.”