5 Little Monsters: Blossom Stitch Crochet Washcloths. I made these washcloths a few weeks ago as a Mother's Day gift.
They are a little bit lacier and more open than I normally use for dishcloths or washcloths but it is solid enough to still work well and I wanted to use a pretty feminine stitch. The stitch I used is called the blossom stitch and it is made using a combination of single crochet, double crochet, and chain stitches. I always use 100% cotton yarn any time I am making washcloths or dishcloths. For this particular project I used Peaches and Cream yarn but any worsted weight cotton yarn will work just fine. The colors I used were Aquamarine, Ocean Coral, Fresh Lilac, and Mint. These washcloths are quick to make and paired with some pretty smelling soap or lotion make a nice gift. Finished size approximately 8 1/2 inches square. Scrubbies: Week 8. Bouncy Bubbly Dishcloth. Bouncy Bubbly Dishcloth ~ FREE Crochet Pattern As promised, here is my FREE crochet pattern for a bouncy bubbly dishcloth.
The texture of the cloth makes this for a natural dish scrubbie.
Flower Power Dishcloth pattern by Doni Speigle. Citrus Splash Kitchen Dishtowel Set CZ111 pattern by MA Santos. This set includes a dish towel with a pretty edge, crocheted in a dense, absorbent stitch combination, with a pretty edge to keep your kitchen decor stylish.
The small dish pad is great for washing dishes or to wipe off counters and appliances. And for tougher dish duty, use the scrubby. The loops provide extra abrasion to scrub off foot particles. These are environmentally friendly too, just throw in the wash and re-use! Size: Dishcloth 13” x 12”; Pad 6” x 6” Scrubbie 4” My patterns are written in US standard terms. Follow me on Facebook for more free patterns and other fun crochet stuff! Follow my Blog for new free patterns, tutorials and other fun stuff!
You are free to sell finished items from my patterns and while credit is not required, it is always appreciated. Copyright © 2015 by Crochet Zone. Episode 161: How to Crochet the Lotus Bloom Dishcloths. Free Crochet Pattern...Kitchen Lovelies! Pages This Blog Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Free Crochet Pattern...Kitchen Lovelies!
Are they trivets? Coasters? This pattern includes instructions for a basic round with four different and easy to stitch edgings. Kitchen Lovelies By Jennifer Dickerson Materials: H Crochet Hook (5.0 mm)Small amounts of cotton yarn Tapestry needle for weaving in ends. Wiggle It Crochet Trivet and Dishcloth Set. What goes around comes around, and wiggly crochet is definitely coming around again!
It’s popping up on Pinterest and Ravelry, in rugs and afghan squares. Usually worked in squares and rectangles, with a base mesh and ruffles worked on top, it’s got a great 3D big pop look. But I wanted to play around with the idea and maybe take it a new direction – and the Wiggle It Crochet Trivet and Dishcloth Set is the result! I found a great way to get the wiggly crochet look, but in the round! I’m not sure if it’s officially “wiggly crochet” anymore, but it definitely uses the same general idea. Free Crochet Pattern...Strawberry Shortcake Dishcloth. This pretty dishcloth can be quickly crocheted to give your kitchen a lovely burst of color.
If you're ready to take the granny square to the next level, this cheerful and useful project is a great place to start! Crocheted Washcloths: Snapdragon. Thank you for visiting Little House in the Suburbs.
If you like what you see, please SUBSCRIBE and be sure to check out OUR BOOK. This is the first washcloth in a series of three…or more depending on how much I can make hubby watch Miss Marple over the next few weeks. I would like to draw your attention to the almost good photo above. I was trying to get all fancy pants and make a pretty pic like TL does. Um, lets chronicle why I shouldn’t ever try that again… 1) Montage. 2) Psychedelic pansies. 3. 4. SCRUBBING DISHCLOTH Crochet Pattern - Free Crochet Pattern Courtesy of Crochetnmore.com. Easy Dahlia Dishcloth. The Left Side of Crochet: Heart Dishcloth. NOTE: Rows 31a and 31b should read "dec, *sc in fl of next st, sc in bl of next st, rep from * 2 times more, dec"Both rows have been corrected.
I'm sorry for any inconvenience! Thanks Oreo, for bringing it to my attention. :) Finished size: Approximately 10 x 11 inches Materials: (US) size G hook, 2 oz. Worsted Weight Cotton in desired color (Example was made using Peaches ‘n Cream’s Spring Meadows) Ch 5, sl st in 5th ch from hook to form loop.Row 1: 3 sc in loop, ch 1, turn. **Note: Rows 27-31 are worked in two parts. Vallieskids: Tiny Flower Scrubbie. Worsted Weight Cotton yarn and an H hook.
Or whatever size you like ;o) Rnd 1) ch3, 12dc in 3rd ch from hook, sl st to top of first dc, 12dcRnd 2) ch2, 2dc in each st around, 24dcRnd 3) ch1, * sc in first st, skip next st, 6dc in next st, skip next st, repeat from * around. 6 petals and 6 sc Fasten off and weave in end.