Dishcloths

Crochet your own dishcloths with these easy crochet dishcloth patterns! See how easy it is to keep your kitchen clean and orderly with these simple crochet patterns and always have some cloths on hand to deal with any unexpected messes, big or small!

Crochet dishcloth patterns can be very easy to make and completely beginner-friendly by using a simple stitch pattern and one solid color throughout. You can always add some flair by mixing in multiple colors or by trying your hand at a more complicated stitch pattern – in fact, these dishcloth patterns are a perfect way of practicing new stitches!

Try using special “scrubby” yarn in order to give your crochet dishcloth patterns that tough grit they need to bust through the toughest caked-on messes.


Mosaic Crochet Towel Toppers and Dishcloths Set

It may look intricate, but this pattern’s reversible design is easy to make! The dishcloth’s reversible design is created by working the long-dropped double crochets around the post of the stitch instead of working into the stitch. Make a second towel topper and dishcloth by working into the front posts instead of through both loops, and before you know it, you’ll have the perfect kitchen set!

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Star-Spangled Dishcloth

Worked in single crochet rows following a chart for the color changes, you’ll be able to practice your tapestry crochet technique using this beautiful pattern.  Carry the second color across the blue stitches as done in tapestry crochet technique.

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Fruit Party Set

There is nothing more refreshing than having fresh fruit on a table during summertime. Pears, grapes and oranges are some of summer’s best and these crocheted versions are no exception. Each silverware holder has a matching coaster to liven up the dining room table.

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Harvest Home Cloth

With colors reminiscent of fresh strawberry rhubarb pie and wheat from the fields, these cloths are the perfect addition to your kitchen. These stitches look like freshly plowed wheat fields with back loop slip stitches and half-double crochet stitches calling to mind undulating furrows.

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