The Lemon Peel Stitch has such beautiful texture, especially when when worked on the diagonal! Keep on reading below for all of the details on working up this fun C2C Lemon Peel Stitch Dishcloth! This Lemon Peel Stitch Dishcloth is worked in back-and-forth rows, but for an extra neat effect and texture, it is worked on the bias, or on the diagonal! The technique is called corner to corner or C2C crochet. This free crochet pattern also features a full video tutorial that goes along with the pattern!
This lemon peel crochet dishcloth involves the single crochet rows showcasing double lemon peel stitches’ textured look. Use cotton yarn in combination colors with an I-size crochet hook to make this lemon peel dishcloth. Apart from working on single crochet, you also have to work on the chain and double crochet stitches. However, a gauge is not necessary for this crochet lemon peel dishcloth. grandmaduck
If you have started working on C2C crochet stitches, you can go for this patterned dishcloth. Practice your C2C crochet skills with cotton yarn in purple and blue colors while making this kitchen cloth. It would be easier for you to work on each stripe separately with an appropriate size crochet hook. The size of this cloth is smaller. Therefore, you can go with mini corner to corner crochet stitches for your ease. midwesternmoms
When you just need a little brightening, crochet this diagonal rainbow wall hanging! With corner-to-corner construction and a gorgeous row of fringe, how could this not make you smile? And if rainbows aren't really your thing, you can still make this with your favorite shades or even neutrals.
What’s about working on a new dishcloth pattern in these holidays? For sure, yes. Create these colorful and super stylish crochet dishcloths with two different colors of yarn in rippled space. While working on this patterned dishcloth, use 100% cotton yarn. So, you can wash and maintain it easily. Give it a square look with a lining border. Additionally, you need an H-size crochet hook to make this rippled crochet dishcloth. midwesternmoms
Happy Halloween to all readers and crochet crafters! Create this scary Jack O Lantern dishcloth by utilizing your crochet skills for your kitchen decoration on a spooky night. If you don’t work on these patterned dishcloths ever before, get help from a free pattern or tutorial. For this scary crochet dishcloth, use Bernat crafter yarn in rust orange and black colors. Moreover, you require a 4.00mm crochet hook to create a frightening face on this dishcloth. Craft this dishcloth with great fun and add to your dining table Halloween décor. jadedcraftsandcre