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Easy Peasy Blueberry Lime Squeezy Dishcloth

Part of the Let’s Learn a New Crochet Stitch Pattern - Kitchen Crochet Edition! Every Thursday learn a new stitch pattern and make a small project with us! This is the 37th Dishcloth in the Series! Have fun making this quick project by following the photo tutorial included in the pattern post. Use up some of yarn stashed yarn to make dishcloths as gifts. Try changing colors every 2 rows instead - or even make this in one solid color.

Easy Peasy Blueberry Lime Squeezy Dishcloth

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Orange Explosion Dishcloth

Includes instructions for 6", 9" and 12" square. Photo tutorial also included. The Orange Explosion Dishcloth is the 32nd dishcloth in the Let’s Learn a New Crochet Stitch Pattern, Kitchen Edition. 4 sizes have been included; along with the stitch multiple to allow you to resize this to any size project. This stitch pattern is easy enough for a determined beginner and uses only ch, sc and dc stitches (U.S. Crochet Terms). This close scallop stitch, aka as a fan stitch is perfect for baby blankets and baby items as it has a soft and pretty texture without open gaps between the sets of scallops.

Orange Explosion Dishcloth

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Textured Front Post Dishcloth

I make this textured front post dishcloth often as a gift for my friends and for use in my own kitchen and bathroom. I like that the texture gives character to the appearance of the dishcloth in addition to a bit of scrubbing/ exfoliating action. This design would look great with any ombre or solid color cotton yarn. Materials: Lily Cotton Sugar n Cream, Key Lime Pie Ombre Crochet Stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet Time to create: 30-45 minutes

Textured Front Post Dishcloth

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Bright Stripes Dishcloth

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.

Bright Stripes Dishcloth

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Granny Square Dishcloth

Size: Totally Customizable Gauge: 3 dc and 1 row = 2 cm This is the 35th Let’s Learn a New Crochet Stitch Pattern Tutorial for the Kitchen Crochet Thursdays! The Granny Square is easily customizable to various sizes and instructions have been included to allow you to make color changes at the end of every round if you would prefer a Rainbow of Color for your Square. You can use the square for a blanket pattern or as a wash cloth or dishcloth. I’ve included a super simple edging which you can also apply to larger sizes or smaller sizes using this pattern. Photo tutorials have been included to show you close-up where the stitches need to be place. This is worked all in one piece.

Granny Square Dishcloth

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Modern Farmhouse Crochet Dishcloth

Add farmhouse-style décor to your kitchen with these modern farmhouse dishcloths. Use a free pattern with a Red Heart scrubby smoothie in Blueberry color to make this trendy dishcloth. Moreover, you have to work on the chain, half double crochet, extended double crochet, and slip stitches with an 8.5mm crochet hook. Enjoy crafting and adding these dishcloths to your DIY kitchen accessories! northeastmama

Modern Farmhouse Crochet Dishcloth