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Corner To Corner Moss Stitch Dishcloth

I really love the moss stitch, it is one of my favorite stitches. I like to make blankets and dishcloths with this stitch, it has a very nice texture, it's easy and still got this very elegant look. I also prefer to work from corner to corner, it gives me a lot more flexibility in my work, you can decide the dimension of your piece as you go. For this pattern, use 100% worsted cotton yarn. Multi-color yarn will create a beautiful effect, but it will also be beautiful with a solid color!

Corner To Corner Moss Stitch Dishcloth

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Combo Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

Using cotton worsted weight yarn this dishcloth pattern is a quick crochet project. They make a great handmade gift idea that you finish in one evening. The Combo stitch uses a combo of single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet to create the pattern that gives an almost shell like appearance. This pattern can be made in a set of dishcloths or just a single dishcloth. You can also use this as a washcloth instead of a dishcloth if you would like.

Combo Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

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Cobble Stitch Crochet Dishcloth 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. craftinghappinessCobble Stitch Crochet Dishcloth  Pattern

Corner To Corner Crochet Wattle Stitch

I've been playing with the Wattle stitch lately. The stitch is very easy and repetitive, but still has a unique and elegant look, to me, it looks like little flowers. I like taking interesting stitches and turn them into a corner to corner version. The C2C method is one of my favorite methods to work when I'm making blankets or dishcloths, it's very flexible, it allows you to decide the finished size of your work as you go. For this tutorial, I made a washcloth pattern, but you can make whatever you want with this technique (like blankets for ex.)!

Corner To Corner Crochet Wattle Stitch

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Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

Need an easy and homemade housewarming gift that shows how much you care? This Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth is the perfect crochet project for you! Although the stitch has a fancy name, the moss stitch is a combination of single and chain crochets that is so easy to complete. The color of yarn is up to you, so if there is a color or variegated variety that fits your home decor, go for it! You could make a stack of these in a flash, which would be perfect for your or a friend's kitchen!

Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

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Cheerfully Simple Dishcloth

The bright and cheerful effect really shines through this Cheerfully Simple Dishcloth as it uses three fun crochet colors. You can also work this up using just one color, but using multiple gives it that fun textured look. Crocheted dishcloths like this can be made in sets or kept as single dishcloths. If you're talented enough, you might even be able to transform this pattern into an area rug. Single crochet is used throughout the design allowing you to work it up quickly.

Cheerfully Simple Dishcloth

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