Mama’s Easy Crochet Dishcloth just might be your new favorite! Easy to make. Fast. A pattern you can memorize quickly. These beauties are a joy to crochet! I do love a good crochet dishcloth and I adore an easy pattern. And my friends, this easy crochet dishcloth is just the thing. Grab a skein of crochet cotton, an H/5.00 mm crochet hook, your favorite drink and plop down on your most comfortable chair. Turn the TV on or maybe kick up your feet for a great conversation with your people. Settle in and enjoy.
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Cabled Ice Cream Cozy and Drink Mitt
- Designed by: Jennifer Pionk
If you're looking for a new and fun project to make, you have to check out this cabled cosy drink mitt by Jennifer Pionk! It's genius! Such a simple and fun project, that can be made in a heartbeat. What's more, you can be pretty sure that your hands won't be cold this upcoming winter time.
Photos by Jennifer Pionk / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on acrochetedsimplicity.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Beginners Festive Discloth
The Beginners Festive Dishcloth was crocheted with Sugar ‘n Cream cotton yarn in the Holiday Stripes color - a variegated white, red and green yarn. This yarn is great for creating the stripes in this dishcloth. Of course, you can make the dishcloth in any solid or other variegated yarn. The stitch for the Beginners Festive Dishcloth is the Even Moss Stitch. This is an easy stitch to crochet and is great for beginners to learn a new crochet stitch.
Spread the Dishcloth Joy
The very solid texture of the Spread the Dishcloth Joy pattern makes it perfect both for a dishcloth and for a washcloth as well. You can make it in any solid color you want, but you can also consider a yarn with a mixed dash of colors, which will add a delicate vibrancy to the items.
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Up and Down Crochet Dishcloth
Wipe away the dirt and grime with this Up and Down Crochet Dishcloth. This free dishcloth pattern uses the up and down stitch to make a beautiful cloth for wiping those dirty dishes clean. These cloths are easy to make, and they're absolutely delightful to look at. You'll love how decorative this dishcloth is, as it's a small, but mighty, free crochet pattern that can really add some vibrancy and color to your kitchen. These dishcloths also make great gifts for family, friends, or the new neighbors who just moved in down the block.
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Christmas Chair Socks
Just because these Christmas Chair Socks are made with red and green yarn, doesn't mean they can't be used all year-round! Use any color yarn that matches your dining room decor. This super easy crochet pattern is a clever way to protect your floors as well as the bottom of your chairs. This would be a perfect stocking stuffer idea because they are small and compact, and perfect for couples in a new home.
Be still my dishwashing heart. Meet your new BFF for the kitchen: Introducing the Crochet Scrubbie! Do you love to do dishes? Do you hate to do them? Maybe you're like me and you like a clean kitchen… which means.. well.. ya gotta do the dishes! But it might as well be a fun as possible, right? You're going to love this gem enough to make a few for yourself and maybe even stash a few aside for gift giving later this year. Pair it with a fun cotton dishcloth and you've got a hugely functional gift that was quick to make and maybe even used up some of your stash yarn. What a win!
Double Thick Scrubby Dishcloth
I whipped up this very quick and easy scrubby dishcloth. If you haven’t worked with Scrubby Yarn before, this would make a great first project. This easy dishcloth is crocheted with a larger sized hook (7 mm) and uses only simple stitches. The Double Thick Scrubby Dishcloth is crocheted with 2-strands of Scrubby Yarn held together. I chose to use 2 different colors from my Stash but you could just as easily use 2 strands from one ball of yarn. This scrubby dishcloth took me less than 15 minutes to crochet - so I'm sure you will have it done quickly too!
Double thick and super squishy, its small size makes it particularly good at getting into smaller corners and edges. I personally prefer smaller dishcloths for cleaning, they are just easier for my hands to hold onto! Try this pattern and let me know what you think! Maybe you will decide you prefer small dishcloths too! You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern - just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.