Liven up your kitchen with a Bright Stripes Dishcloth. Why buy expensive, trendy dishcloths when you can crochet your own? This cool pattern is a prime example of how you can crochet a dishcloth that looks just as cute as kitchen linens in stores. Use this crochet dishcloth pattern to use make as many dishcloths as you need! After all, they tend to go fast with all the messes that happen in the kitchen. You'll love the clean, colorful look of this free crochet dishcloth pattern.
Wage war on dirty dishes with these Colorful Crochet Dishcloths. These crochet dishcloths are quick and easy to make, and they're excellent weapons in your never-ending battle against food waste and grease. By combining the powers of tulle and cotton yarn, this free dishcloth pattern makes a dishcloth that can absorb and retain soapy water while still having a surface that's great for scrubbing. This pairing keeps the dishcloth from wearing down as easily when the two materials are used separately. Keep that kitchen sink clean with this amazing crochet dishcloth pattern.
Handmade hand towels are a favorite of mine. I love to make them, display them and use them in my kitchen. This hand towel is an easy, beginner friendly project that features simple half double crochet stitches. It's perfect for the kitchen, or the bathroom, and looks great in a solid color or stripes - you can even pull out your cotton scraps, and stashbust. I use my hand towel purely for drying my hands and decoration, but if you use yours to clean up messes, keep in mind, they may stain your fabric. I used WeCrochet Dishie Yarn for mine, but you're favorite worsted weight cotton yarn will do. For reference, I had mine ready in just under 4.5 hours.
These Thick Crochet Dishcloths are nice, chunky, and textured. There are an endless number of ways to use this pattern, so feel free to use your imagination. You can use them as a face cloth to wash off your makeup at the end of the day or as a great general house cleaning cloth. These crochet dishcloths are durable and versatile. They make a great gift for anyone in your life. Since they are quick and easy to work up, you can make a set of three or four in various colors and present a handmade package to a loved one. Everyone uses dishcloths in one capacity or another. You can't go wrong with this easy crochet pattern.
Give your kitchen that extra personal touch with this Thick Crochet Dishcloth Pattern. It's quick, easy, and the perfect project to crochet for beginners. This crochet pattern uses only two stitches, the chain stitch and single crochet stitch, to make a thick dishcloth that can also double as a washcloth. Once you've mastered this project, you can use this free crochet dishcloth pattern to wow family and friends with nifty, useful gifts for the holidays. You'll be amazed to find that you'll never have to buy another dishcloth ever again!
After so many years of washing dishes, your dishcloths need to be replaced, and what better way to do that than to make your own. Using the double crochet stitch, solids or variegated yarns you can create some fun dishcloths that are Not Your Grandma's Dishcloths. These are easy to crochet, which makes it easy to work up many of them in a short period of time. If you're in need of a last minute gift or bulk gifting, then this dishcloth will do the trick. This dishcloth also makes a great housewarming or hostess gift, too.