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25+ Free Dishcloth Patterns: {Crochet}

Here’s a great list of crocheted dishcloths from my bookmark collection and online research, plenty of designs to choose from and most are quick and easy to make too!

craftleftovers.com

Multi-Colored [1]: Features a loop for hanging. Download (zip file with pdf).

Ruffled [2]: Finished size: 9″ square. This can be made smaller or larger by adding or removing from the starter chains.

chickensintheroad.com

cozymadethings.blogspot.ca

Primrose [3]: Two different designs available, a pretty primrose (as shown) and Daisy Wheel (circular with scalloped petal edges).

Pretty Scallops [4]: Measures 9.5″ square, skill level noted as “Intermediate”. Stitches include sc, dc, tr LSC and TRCL (includes instructions).

mocrochet.blogspot.ca

whiskersandwool.blogspot.ca

Tulips [5]: Cute & Kitschy, features a tulip in each corner with leaves and border in a contrasting color.

Granny’s Remix [6]: A great little stashbuster worked in at least 2 colors, trimmed in a simple white edging.

jaimeddesigns.com

cardmakermagazine.com

Dainty [7]: Colorful pearl cotton make these a delight to the eyes as well as handy scrubbies!

Nubby (pdf) [8]: The texture in this is made by alternating single and treble stitches.

tangledyarns.ca

treasuresmadefromyarn.com

Circular Pie [9]: Round design with eight sections worked inside, just like sliced pie! Made with worsted weight yarn and a G hook.

Starbursts [10]: Pretty little design that measures about 8″ square when finished.

bloomingpatterns.blogspot.ca

crochetme.com

Textured [11]: Features a stitch that utilizes both the front and back loop of the same stitch to create a sturdy fabric.

Basket Weave [12]: Based on the popular knit design…nice & scrubby!

reesedixon.com

earthwhisper.wordpress.com

Brick Wall [13]: A version of the popular ballband knit design.

Tulip Stitch [14]: Lovely decorative design, easy enough to make too!

foothillsofthegreatsmokymountains.blogspot.ca

dishclothcorner.blogspot.ca

Garterlac [15]: Worked in back loop in single crochet through out.

Seed Stitch [16]: This works equally well with a solid color and the seed stitch gives it a little texture for scrubbing.

bronsfiberstuff.typepad.com

myknittingbasket.blogspot.ca

Lacy [17]: It’s “squarish” because it looks rectangle once done, but squares nicely after blocking.

Textured Stripes [18]: Materials needed: 4-ply, worsted weight cotton; Hook Size H/8, 5.00 mm.

lemonlaneblog.wordpress.com

myrecycledbags.com

Pointed Granny [19]: This is a great project to use up those small pieces of cotton you have in your stash.

9 1/2″ Square [20]: This washes up beautifully and even keeps it’s shape after washing and drying.

calledblessed.com

salihan.com

Apple Tawashi [21]: Made with acrylic yarn to give it extra scrubbing power, two sides are pieced together so it’s nice and thick. Here’s a Pear version [22].

Quick & Easy [23]: Simple design made with a size H hook and worsted weight cotton yarn.

knitandcrochettn.blogspot.ca

whiskersandwool.blogspot.ca

Simple Stripes [24]: Made in one main color with a stripe on each end in a contrasting color. Available via pdf download.

Nubbie Scrubbies [25]: Textured and thick, can also be used as a washcloth. Simple to work, uses ch, sc and tr stitches.

bobamom.blogspot.ca

heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.ca

Citrus Twist [26]: Made with 100% cotton worsted weight yarn and size G hook, border done in contrasting color.

Plaid [27]: The main body is worked in 3 different colors then the edging done in a contrasting color.

appleblossomdreams.blogspot.ca

plus3crochet.blogspot.ca

African Flower [28]: Has a center flower design, hexagon shaped and trimmed in a contrasting color.

Hexagonal [29]: Super simple to whip up and suitable for beginners. Pretty edging is worked in a contrasting color.

gmaellenscraftycorner.wordpress.com

everydayhandmade.blogspot.ca

Lacy Look [30]: These have a nice texture, measure 9 1/2″ square when finished (4 ply worsted weight 100% cotton).

Prefer knit projects? See this collection [31].