This pair of potholders is a great introduction to double-ended crochet. The beauty of the double-ended technique lies in its thickness — each potholder is dense enough to double as a hotpad.View Project
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.
Spruce up your kitchen with this set of five unique beginner-friendly washcloths. Featuring different but complementary patterns, this versatile washcloth set doubles as a coaster set to protect your tables and countertops.View Project
This patriotic striped dishcloth is worked in rows of slanted shells in red and white. The border consists of a row of single crochet, then a row of half double crochet and finally a row of slip stitch.View Project
This set of three flower hotpads is a beautiful addition to any summer table. Use them to protect your table from hot dishes or simply as lovely centerpieces. Made using cotton yarn in bright colors, they’re both functional and pretty!View Project
Turn your kitchen into “a daisy a day” using the nostalgic look of denim. These delightful potholders make for a great conversation piece for friends and guests.View Project
This set is a great gift for your favorite Galentine. Include her favorite soap or body wash and you have the perfect gift. This is a three-piece set made using Tunisian crochet. This is an excellent technique to use when making washcloths because the stitches hold well wash after wash.View Project
Using a double-ended crochet hook, create a cheerful kitchen towel, then display it with either the mango yellow side or bright strawberry side showing. You’ll love the amount of cheer this adds to your kitchen décor!View Project
Use a double-ended crochet hook to create a dishcloth that does double duty. One side features a scrubby yarn, while the other side features soft cotton for when a gentle wipe is all that is needed.View Project
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!View Project
This dishcloth is worked in the round to make a practical double-thickness that holds up well to many dishwashing sessions; plus, the added texture helps to scrub away grime and dirt. Fun diagonal stripes are top stitched for a finishing touch.View Project