Granny Stripe Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

It has been forever since I made a crochet dishcloth, so I thought the time had come to make a new one. This time around, I decided to make a Granny Stripe dishcloth.

Granny Stripe Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

The Granny Stripe Stitch is a play on the granny square.

I have yet to tackle granny squares due to the time involved in making small little squares to make a big project. Plus, I don’t have any way to block them.

Granny Stripe Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

As you can see, the Granny Stripe uses the clusters of the granny square to create a beautiful design.

I made mine all in one color; however, multiple colors would be gorgeous.

Granny Stripe Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

Always use 100% cotton yarn. Acrylic yarn does not soak up water like cotton does. Acrylic can also be scratchy and can possibly scratch dinnerware and glassware.

If you need help keep track of those rows, I recommend using Susan Bates Digital Row Counter. It works like a charm.

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Granny Stripe Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

Lily Sugar 'N Cream - Sage Green

100% cotton yarn is perfect for crocheting dishcloths or dish towels.

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Tip: The starting chain for this dishcloth is a multiple of 3 plus 1. Should you alter the pattern, you will need to know this.

PATTERN:

Chain 27 + 1.

Row 1: Chain1. Single Crochet in 2nd chain from your hook. Crochet 1 single crochet in every chain stitch, all the way to the end. Turn your work.

Row 2: Chain 3, double crochet once in the same stitch (this will create a double crochet cluster). *Skip 2 stitches, crochet 3 double crochets in the next stitch (this creates a double crochet cluster). * Repeat from the * to * until 3 stitches remain. Skip 2 stitches, crochet 2 double crochet stitch into the next/last stitch (this creates a double crochet cluster). Turn your work.

Row 3: Chain 3, crochet 3 double crochets (which creates a double crochet cluster) into the first space between double crochet clusters. *Crochet 3 double crochets (which creates a double crochet cluster) in the next space between double crochet clusters.* Repeat from the * to * all the way to the end. Crochet 1 double crochet in the top of “Chain 3” from the previous row. Turn your work.

Row 4: Chain 3, Crochet 1 double crochet in the same stitch (which creates a double crochet cluster). *Crochet 3 double crochets (which makes a double crochet cluster) in the next space between double crochet clusters.* Repeat from the * to * all the way to the end. Crochet 2 double crochet stitches (which creates a double crochet cluster) in the top of “Chain 3” from the previous row. Turn your work.

Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you have 20 rows total.

Row 21: Chain 1. Single Crochet in each stitch across.

Cut your yarn and weave in your ends.

My dishcloth was approximately 8 inches wide by 8.5 inches tall.

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5 Comments

  1. I am having difficulty with printing it. Can you assist?

    1. Karen,
      You need to put your email in the newsletter box that is directly under the pattern. An email will be sent with the link to print after doing that.

      1. Karen Poore says:

        Thank you, I thought I had but I will try.

  2. I just love your dishcloth patters. I am getting back to crochet know that I have retired and no longer work 60 to 70 Hr a week at seam like I have so much time. What a life. So Thank You so much for all help.

  3. Can I make another dish cloth out of red hearth scrubby soft yarn and attach it to one side so I will have a scrubby side on one side? Thought of using single crochet to join them together if that won’t look funky if u know what I mean. Any suggestion I would appreciate u help
    Thanks
    Merry

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