I first picked put a crochet hook when I was a little girl and my great grandmother tried to show me how to crochet. I never got past the chain.
In 2014, I decided to learn how to crochet and dishcloths were my first projects. Before long, I was making my own crochet dishcloth patterns.
I enjoy creating these patterns because they are projects that I can quickly complete while the boys are taking their nap.
Items I use when crocheting dishcloths:
Yarn Needles – I like to use metal yarn needles when I weave the ends in once I am done with the project.
Stitch Markers – If you need help keeping track, stitch markers are the perfect thing! Perfect if you need help figuring out where to place your stitches when adding an edging.
Scissors – Sharp scissors are a must when working with any yarn. It is important to get a nice clean cut.
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Crochet Dishcloth Patterns:
Free Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
This is my first ever dishcloth pattern. It is simply made with half double crochet stitches. There is a picture tutorial for adding the edging. Get the matching dish towel pattern here.
Star Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
The star stitch is SO pretty. It is completely different than any other type of stitches. There is a video tutorial for how to crochet the start stitch.
Textured Half-Double Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
This is taking the first dishcloth I made and changed it up a bit to give it a nice texture. Like the title says, it uses the half double crochet stitch.
Primrose Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
Oh, the pretty primrose dishcloth. I love this pattern as well. The primrose crochet stitch used makes a beautiful pattern. This one would be perfect for gifts!
Round Crochet Dishcloth
A really easy round dishcloth pattern. Perfect for learning how to make a dishcloth in the round.
As I create more free crochet dishcloth patterns, they will be added here.