Autumn is my favorite time of year … I just love the sun-filled days, the cool nights, and of course the colorful and crisp leaves! It’s the perfect time to work up this Leaf Tunisian Crochet Dishcloth Pattern … although I think leaf decor is beautiful all year long! If you’re new to Tunisian crochet or just want a bit of a refresher, the pattern includes a link to the free series Learn Tunisian Crochet in a Week!
These dainty bright Sun Catcher Dishcloths are great to brighten up your kitchen and your mood. Using acrylic or cotton yarns you can work these crochet designs up quickly. A few different crochet stitches are used allowing you to practice your crochet skills. Use solid colors or variegated yarns, depending on the decor of your home. These also make great housewarming gifts, so make some for yourself or for a friend.
Add a splash of pink to your kitchen by making this So Sweet Crochet Dishcloth Pattern. With a lovely bright pink color scheme, you'll easily find it in your dishcloth collection. Plus, once you discover how beautiful the first one is, you'll want to make more with all of your favorite yarn colors. If you're looking for a quick project to add some Valentine's Day decor around the house, then use this crochet dishcloth as a decorative mat for a vase of roses or a heart-shaped ornament. Either way, this crochet dishcloth will look wonderful when completed. Practice your crochet skills with this free pattern!
Tunisian crochet is used to create this Pretty Pebbles Dishcloth. Once you learn how to do Tunisian crochet, using your new skills can be addicting. This dishcloth pattern is really quite simple to crochet if you know the basics of Tunisian crochet. Plus, it's easy to adjust the size of this Pretty Pebbles Dishcloth, so you could also use it as a washcloth or potholder if you prefer. Worsted weight variegated cotton yarn is ideal to use for this free crochet pattern, but any color works just as well.
Dishcloths are one of the kitchen's most versatile and useful items. Whether you need to wipe up a quick spill, scrub dishes, or even grab a hot pan from the stove, this grayscale beginner's crochet dishcloth will have you covered. The black, gray, and white color tones perfectly compliment the steel appliances of a kitchen. Even better, the crochet pattern teaches you how to crochet single and triple stitches, so it's a great first project for a newbie, or a quick and easy refresher for the pros.
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