Linked double crochet stitches give this pattern a dense, but still flexible texture. Made in a cotton yarn, it works well as a trivet, a washcloth, or a potholder. With only 7 rounds, it works up really quickly too! The pattern uses only 2 different stitches, and includes photos and instructions for both stitches. There is also a link to a full tutorial for the linked double crochet stitch. It doesn't use a lot of yarn, so is a great for using up scraps.
The cute and adorable crochet berry stitch makes an absolutely delicious crochet texture! Whether you're making a crochet dishcloth, a spa washcloth set, or just making practice swatches to learn a new stitch, you'll love this gorgeous crochet washcloth pattern. This crochet washcloth pattern includes a full photo tutorial for the berry stitch, AND the pattern you can use to make the crochet spa washcloth. If you use the same yarn as in the sample, you can get two washcloths from the same ball with just a few yards to spare! Perfect for a relaxing project.
The Simple Shells Washcloth is made with alternating rows of solid stitches and groups of shells, creating a pretty surface for scrubbing anything you need in the bath and kitchen! This washcloth is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the stitch repeat in multiples of 5+2 (+2 for the turning chain), then work any odd multiple of rows. While you don’t see the term “shell” in the specialty stitch and technique section of this pattern, the group of five double crochet stitches worked into one place is a shell. Either way of writing the instruction is correct, and we hope beginners enjoy the simplicity in this version (the stitch chart should help, too). THIS IS A GREAT PATTERN BECAUSE: Washcloths are fun projects to learn new crochet stitches (especially when you follow our crochet chart with the written instructions)! You can use these in the bath or kitchen (plus, they make great gifts)! This project works great with cotton yarns (just one skein or less)! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: rows, stitch tension, stitch counting and recognition, shells (5 double crochet stitches into 1 space) , borders, gauge & size, finishing techniques & more!
What do you call that thing you put under hot dishes to protect the table? Trivet? Hot pad? The world seems divided! But united we stand, and the Star Spangled Trivet (or Hot Pad!) is ready to stand up to whatever you dish out - and look festive while doing it! Made with bright washable Kitchen Cotton, this free trivet pattern will perk up your table for years to come! It starts with a mesh base, and then the “wiggles” are added to create the fun 3D look - and keep your counters and tables safe!
This Squirrel Potholder is a beautiful and practical potholder designed in tapestry crochet. The advantage of tapestry crochet is that it creates a solid and compact fabric without any holes. So, besides being decorative, this potholder is also very functional in the kitchen. The free pattern only includes written instructions, while the PDF pattern also includes a chart and a step-by-step tutorial on how to change color in tapestry crochet. This potholder is part of my Farmhouse Collection of tapestry crochet potholders.
The Edgewater Washcloth is a super simple, super textured crochet washcloth! It is super easy to crochet! A simple, one row repeat creates a beautiful oversized washcloth. This pattern is quick and easy and makes a lovely, useful piece for your kitchen or bathroom! If you know how to work a double crochet stitch you can crochet this washcloth! Be sure to check out the other Edgewater patterns! Pattern Difficulty: Easy Sizing: 10” x 10” Yarn: 91-98 yards Dishie Worsted 100% cotton yarn