The neat and tidy dishcloth is a small dishcloth with a handy loop for hanging. For this pattern you can pick two colors of your favorite all cotton yarn. The ribbing of the pattern is created by single crocheting around the front post of the stitches and mitering each row, until it gets smaller and smaller. The dishcloth is finished off with an i-cord edging. These dishcloths take an hour to make and would make great housewarming gifts.
I make this textured front post dishcloth often as a gift for my friends and for use in my own kitchen and bathroom. I like that the texture gives character to the appearance of the dishcloth in addition to a bit of scrubbing/ exfoliating action. This design would look great with any ombre or solid color cotton yarn. Materials: Lily Cotton Sugar n Cream, Key Lime Pie Ombre Crochet Stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet Time to create: 30-45 minutes
These Thick Crochet Dishcloths are nice, chunky, and textured. There are an endless number of ways to use this pattern, so feel free to use your imagination. You can use them as a face cloth to wash off your makeup at the end of the day or as a great general house cleaning cloth. These crochet dishcloths are durable and versatile. They make a great gift for anyone in your life. Since they are quick and easy to work up, you can make a set of three or four in various colors and present a handmade package to a loved one. Everyone uses dishcloths in one capacity or another. You can't go wrong with this easy crochet pattern.
Practice and learn the cobble stitches by working on these patterned dishcloths. You can create these pieces of cloths in different colors and combinations, as well as shapes. For this, use cotton yarn in blue, light brown, and white colors to make these solid textured dishcloths. Not only as dishcloths, but you can also use these crocheted cloths as kid’s napkins. Use an 8.0mm crochet hook to work with chains, single stitches, and treble stitches to have this adorable dishcloth in your DIY kitchen’s accessories. craftinghappiness
Do you need new storage ideas for your home to help keep everything tidy? This Hanging Basket Free Crochet Pattern will be perfect for creating some stylish storage ideas for bits and bobs. They look great and can add a pop of color or texture to a room as well as being useful little storage baskets. It is great for in the kids room, at the front entrance, laundry, bathroom or even inside your wardrobe as a space saver idea. Hanging a crochet basket from a door can be a useful place to keep essentials like a scarf and gloves when it’s chilly or perhaps sunglasses and a shawl during summer. You can store pretty much anything that’s not really heavy. Thanks Crochet Dreamz for sharing these free patterns. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
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Boho style DIY and ready-made decoration are still in trend. Instead of investing higher in store-bought wall hangings, create this affordable and good-looking piece of art for a home makeover using a macrame and yarn cord. To make this colorful wall hanging, use a yarn cord in different colors and combinations. If you are familiar with weaving, you can make this boho-style wall hanging in no time and effort. Once you have done weaving, trim the end fringes to give this wall hanging the desired shape. diynetwork