Crochet Dishcloth

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When I first began crocheting, my very first project was a crochet dishcloth. These cloths made from cotton yarn are so durable that they are still a kitchen staple today, and I tend to make them up for bridal showers, or housewarming gifts to give to friends.

Crochet Dishcloth

If Lily Sugar ‘n Cream yarn is on sale at any of my favorite crafts stores, I’m there. In my experience, this has been a fantastic cotton yarn to create items to use in the kitchen or bath with. When I was going through my yarn stash the other day, I found this particular yarn and wanted to create something from it. I loved the vibrant colors. The color that I used for the dishcloth pictured in the photo is Batik. I just love the way that the colors come together in this ombre style.


The beautiful pattern for this half double crochet dishcloth can be found on the Midwestern Moms website for free. Devon over at Midwestern Moms has a ton of free crochet patterns that you should check out.

I love creating these crochet dishcloths because they are such a quick-turn project. If I’m sitting at home binge-watching a Netflix series I will pick up a hook and create a few dishcloths. I love to have these on hand to pull out for gifts when I need them.

I hope you enjoyed our crochet pattern feature today, and happy hooking!







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