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Quick & Easy Dishcloth

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Hi crochet friend!

Almost every time I go on a trip, I make a dishcloth for the person we stay with. It’s a fun little tradition I have. Plus, it keeps my hands busy while I visit with my husband.

I love that I get to be the passenger during these road trips. And it isn’t just because I’m a nervous driver. It’s also because I love being able to crochet while my husband drives.

The first time I decided to make a dishcloth on a road trip, I didn’t have a pattern to follow. So, what did this muddling crocheter do? I designed my own dishcloth, of course!

A quick and easy dishcloth pattern that is very beginner friendly and works up in under an hour. The free crochet pattern is worked with double crochet and single crochet and is very simple.

For awhile I thought it would be pointless to share this pattern with you, because, well, it’s just soooo incredibly easy. But then I said to myself, “Mary, people like easy patterns! Just post it!”

Ok…maybe I yelled it at myself. I really shouldn’t do that… (do I have anger issues??)

Sorry for the sidetrack. I do need to work on that.

Alright! Get your hook and cotton yarn ready, friend! Scroll down, and enjoy!

Happy Crocheting!

A quick and easy dishcloth pattern that is very beginner friendly and works up in under an hour. The free crochet pattern is worked with double crochet and single crochet and is very simple.

Quick & Easy Dishcloth

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Materials:

-75 grams medium weight cotton yarn (I prefer Lily Sugar ‘n Cream {Free Shipping until Sunday!}

5.5mm (I) crochet hook

-yarn needle

Stitches:

ch – chain

sc – single crochet

dc – double crochet

blo – back loop only

f/o – finish off

Gauge:

14 dc x 5 rows = 4 inch square

Pattern notes:

  • Ch 3 ALWAYS counts as a stitch
  • Ch 1 NEVER counts as a stitch, but only a turning chain
  • All rows after the first row will be worked in the back loop only.

Pattern:

Ch 26,

Row 1: work sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn.

Row 2: ch 3, dc in each st across in blo, turn.

Rows 3-13: ch 3, dc in each st across in blo, dc in top of ch 3, turn.

Row 14: ch 1, sc in each st across in blo, sc in top of ch 3.

F/O and sew in ends.

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*Feel free to sell any products you make with my patterns, but please link back to this pattern if selling online. See my Privacy page for more information. Thank you!*

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*Feel free to sell any products you make with my patterns, but please link back to this pattern if selling online. See my Privacy page for more information. Thank you!*

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