Peaches and Creme crochet cotton, about 2.5 oz. Amount depends on your size preference. I-9 / 5.5 MM Susan Bates hook or your favorite brand of hook and size. Gauge is not of extreme importance Seed stitch creates a slightly nubby texture so it can be used as a Dishcloth or Washcloth. Add a Loop for hanging in shower for rapid dry or hang in dishwasher when washing dishes to sterilize and store out of sight when not in use.
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Little Nubby Scrubbie
This textured scrubber is great for washing dishes, without scratching delicate finishes. Made with machine washable cotton, these should last a lot longer than store bought sponges. The optional top flap makes a little pocket that you can slip your fingers into. This pattern works up quickly, so you can make a whole set in no time. Be sure to make some extras for gifts too!
Berry Stitch Spa Washcloth or Dishcloth
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.
Seed Stitch Dish Cloth
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.
Peaches and Crème Granny Square Crochet Dishcloth
Want to reuse your yarn leftovers and craft supplies creatively to make something unique for productive purposes? If yes, you can make this granny squares crochet dishcloth with peach and cream yarn. Additionally, you can work on each granny square separately and later join them together. The best thing is that you can crochet this kitchen cloth in various sizes and combinations. Use a 6.00mm crochet hook to work on crochet stitches and gauge for creating this granny squares crochet dishcloth. yarnspirations
The Camellia Washcloth is a beginner friendly, textured washcloth pattern that is great for the kitchen or bathroom! A simple, one row repeat creates a beautiful oversized washcloth. Pattern Difficulty: Easy Sizing: 10” x 10” Yarn: 94-205 yards Dishie Worsted 100% cotton yarn You might be wondering if crochet washcloths are really useful and hold up well to a dirty pot in the sink or stuck on food. I'm here to tell you that if you use the right yarn, the answer is yes! I use my crochet washcloths in the kitchen mostly. They are used to wash dishes, wipe counters, and clean up spills. They get washed in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. And they look good as new after all that!
Crochet Waffle Stitch Dishcloth
What's so great about a waffle stitch dishcloth? The waffle stitch dishcloth feels dense without actually being dense. There is enough space between stitches for the dishcloth to dry quickly. The raised post stitches give the dishcloth some great texture with scrubbing power! If you need a flatter surface for cleaning, the smoother side of the dishcloth is perfect for that. With this simple, yet beautiful border, it would be a great addition in a spa gift basket or look lovely hanging in your shower as a washcloth.
C2c Valentine's Washcloth
I've had Valentine's on my brain lately. One of the things I wanted to make was a heart washcloth (could also be used as an afghan square). Went to Hobby Lobby, and found the perfect colors for it! As a washcloth, C2C can sometimes become saggy because of the spaces in the boxes, and by spaces, I really just mean like a slit from the beginning chain that all the stitches are worked onto. I use my washcloths either for decorative purposes, or just to dry things up - not to wash anything with because of this. To make a better washcloth, go down a hook size for tighter stitches and/or use half double crochets in place of double crochets.