Christmas Ornament Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

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It’s beginning to look like Christmas around here! Adding a new dishcloth to your kitchen will be perfect for the holidays! I hope you enjoy this ornament crochet dishcloth pattern! It will be a wonderful addition to your kitchen dishcloths.

Ornament crochet dishcloth pattern draped over white bowls with yarn in background.

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Now for the pattern…

Ornament Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

A crochet dishcloth with an ornament design laying on a table.

What you will need:

Pattern Notes:

  1. Color A is the background of the dishcloth. I used Silver.
  2. Color B is the ornament shape. I used Fiesta Red.
  3. I carried Color A through the whole dishcloth. I cut Color B after each row.

Pattern:

Row 1: (Color A) Chain 34. Single crochet in the second chain from the hook. Continue to single crochet across. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 2: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet across. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 3: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 16 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 16 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 4: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 16 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 16 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 5: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 3 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 15 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 6: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 3 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 15 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 7: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 5 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 14 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 8: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 5 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 14 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 9: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 13 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 7 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 13 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 10: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 12 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 9 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 12 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 11: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 11 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 11 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 1 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 12: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 10 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 10 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 13: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 9 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 9 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 14: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 9 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 9 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 15: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 8 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 17 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 8 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 16: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 7 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 19 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 7 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 17: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 7 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 19 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 7 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 18: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 6 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 21 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 6 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 19: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 6 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 21 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 6 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 20: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 6 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 21 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 6 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 21: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 6 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 21 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 6 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 22: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 7 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 19 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 7 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 23: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 7 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 19 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 7 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 24: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 8 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 17 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 8 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 25: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 8 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 17 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 8 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 26: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 9 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 9 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 27: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 10 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 10 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 28: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 11 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 11 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 1 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 29: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 12 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 9 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 12 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 30: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 5 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 14 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 31: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 14 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 5 stitches. (Color A) Single crochet 14 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 32: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 15 stitches.

Row 33: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 15 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 15 stitches.

Row 34: (Color A) Chain 1. Single crochet 16 stitches. (Color B) Single crochet 1 stitch. (Color A) Single crochet 16 stitches. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 35: (Color A) Chain 34. Single crochet in the second chain from the hook. Continue to single crochet across. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

Row 36: (Color A) Chain 34. Single crochet in the second chain from the hook. Continue to single crochet across. Turn your work. (33 stitches)

To finish, I used Color A and single crocheted around the dishcloth. I placed 3 single crochet stitches in each corner. Cut yarn and weave in the ends.

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3 Comments

  1. Hello Devon,
    I love the colors you chose. I think I would replicate that. I have been thinking of an idea of something I can attach to my apron. I recently sew an apron and it looks too plain, I want to make it more colorful. I think this on the center front won’t be a bad idea.

    Thanks for sharing .

  2. Ohioren Aigbokhaevbo says:

    I’m taking some knitting classes and am definitely gonna try replicating this. I totally love this pattern, thanks for sharing.

  3. I’m not sure I understand how you are doing the 2nd color and cutting every row? Could you explain that process? I’ve never done anything other than changing colors at end of rows or joining when yuh run out on the middle if a row of the same color. I’m a fairly simple crocheted.
    Thank you for a response to this question.

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