Wage war on dirty dishes with these Colorful Crochet Dishcloths. These crochet dishcloths are quick and easy to make, and they're excellent weapons in your never-ending battle against food waste and grease. By combining the powers of tulle and cotton yarn, this free dishcloth pattern makes a dishcloth that can absorb and retain soapy water while still having a surface that's great for scrubbing. This pairing keeps the dishcloth from wearing down as easily when the two materials are used separately. Keep that kitchen sink clean with this amazing crochet dishcloth pattern.
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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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The Camellia Washcloth is a beginner friendly, textured washcloth pattern that is great for the kitchen or bathroom! A simple, one row repeat creates a beautiful oversized washcloth. Pattern Difficulty: Easy Sizing: 10” x 10” Yarn: 94-205 yards Dishie Worsted 100% cotton yarn You might be wondering if crochet washcloths are really useful and hold up well to a dirty pot in the sink or stuck on food. I'm here to tell you that if you use the right yarn, the answer is yes! I use my crochet washcloths in the kitchen mostly. They are used to wash dishes, wipe counters, and clean up spills. They get washed in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. And they look good as new after all that!
Afghan Stitch Kitchen Mat
The Afghan Stitch Kitchen Mat can be used for so many different things in the kitchen. You can use it as a large potholder, or you can simply keep it on your kitchen counter to help dry dishes. Tunisian crochet is used to work up this free crochet pattern. Use any color yarn that matches your kitchen decor to crochet this helpful kitchen crochet pattern. A set of these would also make an excellent gift idea for new neighbors or new homeowners.
Who doesn't love making things for their home? If you have a fetish for home decor items, then you would enjoy making these dishcloths for your kitchen. The pattern uses an easy textured stitch and will help you scrub your dishes without much elbow grease. You can make it bigger by adjusting the stitch count and turning it into a kitchen towel. Dishcloths are also a great way to use up some leftover yarn and practice stitches for beginners.
Simple Shells Washcloth: Quick and Easy Textured Stitch Pattern
The Simple Shells Washcloth is made with alternating rows of solid stitches and groups of shells, creating a pretty surface for scrubbing anything you need in the bath and kitchen! This washcloth is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the stitch repeat in multiples of 5+2 (+2 for the turning chain), then work any odd multiple of rows. While you don't see the term shell in the specialty stitch and technique section of this pattern, the group of five double crochet stitches worked into one place is a shell. Either way of writing the instruction is correct, and we hope beginners enjoy the simplicity in this version (the stitch chart should help, too). THIS IS A GREAT PATTERN BECAUSE: Washcloths are fun projects to learn new crochet stitches (especially when you follow our crochet chart with the written instructions)! You can use these in the bath or kitchen (plus, they make great gifts)! This project works great with cotton yarns (just one skein or less)! You'll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: rows, stitch tension, stitch counting and recognition, shells (5 double crochet stitches into 1 space) , borders, gauge and size, finishing techniques and more!
A Granny's Square Dishcloth
Use this A Granny's Square Dishcloth free crochet pattern made of Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Naturals. A dishcloth is great to wash your dishes with. Plus, it's a super easy crochet pattern to make and follow, so there is no reason for you not to get started. This is a great beginner crochet pattern for you to really sink your hook into and have some fun with. Also, be sure to check out the awesome crochet video that will tell you all about the best yarns for you to buy for when you're making dishcloths!
Dutch Skies Potholders
These potholders are easily styled for each kitchen decor! As they are large and supple (about 19 cm or 7,5in diameter) there's surely enough surface to keep your hand from burning while baking your delicious food. I would recommend cotton for the potholders, as it is easily to wash and and heat-resistant. In this pattern I used Phildar Phil Coton 3, but any other cotton will do! I used 5 different colours (4 for the body and 1 for the edging) but again, this is completely up to your imagination! Enjoy, and make some potholders! And when youre done, make some more! Because you can never ever have to many potholders, right? ps. They make an amazing house-warming gift!