Keep your table looking great with a tablecloth! Use this free crochet pattern to make a lovely and feminine lace cloth. This tablecloth will add visual interest and texture any table.
Lastly, here is an example of a round doily pattern. Indisputably, it is a brilliant combination of two greatnesses: a classic pineapple doily and peacock colours.
The full tutorial about this pattern is on Ravelry :
I love being able to make things for specific needs. Recently I decided a hanging towel would work perfectly in our trailer bathroom. The only problem is there is a hook and not a bar to wrap a tabbed cloth around. I finished the top off with a D ring instead and it is just right. Of course I needed some cloths to match. Materials and Details Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie Cotton Yarn: 100-120 yds OR Red Heart Scrubby Cotton Yarn: 90-110 yds Crochet Hooks: H, I Miscellaneous: Yarn needle for weaving in ends Hanging Towel Only: Large D-ring (bottom width 1 ⅜” – 1 ½”) or 3/4” button, sewing needle, thread Finished Measurements: Smoothie Cotton Large Cloth: 11” x 11” Scrubby Cotton Small Cloth: 7.5” x 7.5” Hanging Towel: 12” wide x 12” tall (not including ring)
Add more summer colors and décor to your kitchen with these beautiful rustic crochet dishcloths. No matter what yarn you choose for the crochet project, cotton yarn is the most suitable option to crochet the dishcloths. You can start working on this cloth only with single crochet and double crochet together. Additionally, you require a hundred cotton yarn and a 5.00mm crochet hook to make this full of life and brightness rustic crochet dishcloth. hookedontillylife
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.
However, there is no reason to limit yourself to just one color. Indeed, the right selection or even a gradient can really make such a doily stand out.
The full article about this pattern is on freevintagecrochet.com:
More info about project photographed on Ravelry.