Fast. Easy. Cute. Can you even GET a better crochet project than that? Oh.. how about beginner friendly?! This dishcloth might just be the best thing you make this week. Pull out some scrap cotton yarn. Hold 2 strands together and work a simple crochet stitch. Changing out one strand of yarn at a time creates a really pretty gradient effect. This looks great in red, white and blue but would also work for other holidays or just as a fun stash busting project!
The crunch stitch dish cloth crochet pattern is perfect for beginners! The crunch stitch, also known as the moss stitch is a combo stitch of slip stitches and half double crochet stitches. The pattern calls for cotton yarn a size H8 crochet hook. This wash cloth is also the perfect body scrubber in the shower as a wash cloth too! The texture is great for lifting dirt and exfoliating your skin. Grab your hook and try one today!
Looking for your go to dishcloth crochet pattern that is fun to make and perfect for gift giving (not to mention great for dish washing?) Look no further. Meet the Seed Stitch Dish Cloth. Worked corner to corner with sc rows of edging, it is reminiscent of the popular knit dishcloth. I see myself making many of these to gift to others. It is such a fun project to crochet and they make up really quickly. It is easy to memorize the “increase” portion and then the “decrease” portion of the pattern. I hope you enjoy it as well.
Celebrate the coming patriotic day in an exciting and new way by creating these red, white, and blue color dishcloths. For working on this crochet project, you need Red Heart’s super soft cotton yarn. Furthermore, use an 8.00mm crochet hook with US terminology to make this adorable and theme-based dishcloth for 4th July decorations. Firstly, work on each single color strand separately and then on combinations.
The whispering pines dishcloth is a great crochet project to add to the home and they are also so useful to have as well! Instead of buying dishcloths you can just easily make your own with this free crochet pattern and you can make them in all the colors that you want too, how fun! I made the whispering pines dishcloth with a single strand of yarn but if you wanted them really thick (which i know some people like) you can easily hold two strands together and just follow the free pattern below. If you do go with the two strands held together just note they will end up larger than mine and you will need to adjust you hook accordingly and you will need more cotton yarn to do this!
If you have a busy kitchen, you probably go through several dish cloths a week. To save some money, consider crocheting your own Durable Dish Cloths. This free crochet pattern is a quick work up and the perfect addition to any kitchen. They would look fabulous in seasonal colors or matching any of your other kitchen decor. Using an acrylic yarn or any other textured yarn will insure that your dish clothes are optimal scrubbing machines. These would make a great housewarming or wedding gift for a couple with a brand new home. Learning how to make crochet dishcloth patterns can save you a ton of time in the long-run. Avoid buying new dishcloths every 6 months to a year by creating your own with free crochet patterns. This simple pattern is a great place to start!