Who doesn't love making things for their home? If you have a fetish for home decor items, then you would enjoy making these dishcloths for your kitchen. The pattern uses an easy textured stitch and will help you scrub your dishes without much elbow grease. You can make it bigger by adjusting the stitch count and turning it into a kitchen towel. Dishcloths are also a great way to use up some leftover yarn and practice stitches for beginners.
The Buco Towel is a crochet kitchen towel pattern that you can hang on the oven handle. This textured kitchen towel features a simple design that can be threaded through itself to hang neatly (and never fall on the floor)! Our oven handle is very cylindrical and the kitchen towels always slip off. This crochet hand towel stays in place, right where we need it. And if you’re looking for a simple crochet dishcloth pattern then this free pattern works too. You can easily crochet the dishcloth as a solid rectangle, if you prefer.
Ever since designing my first character towel, I’ve received requests for all sorts of characters for the different holidays. The Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel is my latest design. You can find all character towels I’ve designed to date on my blog. The Buffalo Plaid Moose Kitchen Towel is the 7th character towel I've designed and I have plans for 3 more before Christmas this year. I’ve also designed several other crochet kitchen towels that are not characters, you can find them all on my blog.
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.
Ever since designing the Gingerbread Man Kitchen Towel, I’ve had many ask if I could design towels that hang in a similar way for year-round use. The Floral Blooms Hand Towel was the first in a fun, new series of crochet towels followed by the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel. Because crocheters loved the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel, I decided to come up with an even more basic crochet towel design that is suitable for beginner crocheters. This beginner friendly crochet pattern uses basic crochet stitches and techniques.
If you like to refresh the look of your kitchen decor then there is always a way to do that with a little crochet. I would like to share with you this easy crochet tea towel pattern. It is easily adjustable so you can make it bigger (for your bathroom) or smaller (dishcloths, coasters) and choose your favourite colours to brighten up your day! The pattern is using single crochet and chain stitches which makes it a great beginner crochet kitchen towel. Yarn used: 100% cotton (light weight #3) Crochet hook: 4mm