Dishcloths are one of those items that serve to keep your kitchen clean and tidy and yet somehow, their own appearance is often overlooked. But, this will no longer be a concern for those who know how to crochet as there are plenty of simple and pretty (and often free!) crochet patterns for unique dishcloths.
As the name suggests, a set of this red and white dishcloth can brighten up your kitchen, bringing a gay, even holyday mood to it.
A couple of such flower-shaped dishcloths are more likely to serve as an interior décor, requiring you to crochet up another pair of square or round regular-looking dishcloths for actually wiping your dishes.
It could be the perfect handmade gift idea for someone you love – the heart pattern is just an added advantage.
The multicolored thread used for the blue-green-yellow one is nice, but the pink-blue striped one is looking extra catchy. Of course, you are free to use any other combination.
How about a dishcloth shaped like a pretty fish?
Vibrant color combinations always work for handmade dishrags, and as you can see in the picture, there are four different styles of crocheted edging. Pick from the picot point borders, scallop edging, the wavy style or the ruffled design.
A perfect way to master the short row crochet technique and to have a set of really pretty dishcloths for your kitchen at the same time.
One easy yet pretty patterns for those of you just beginning to learn the wonders of the crochet technique.
You can opt for an all yellow color pattern for the petals with a dark brown center to make it look more like a real sunflower.
A blue star dishcloth pattern for you – a perfect one for the winter season as it has a snowflake-like appearance to it.
This one would look good in any three-color pattern and it is not really as difficult as it looks in the picture.
The baby pink and dark pink combination makes this pattern even more special, with the single green line adding a fresh touch.
This one is a beauty as it looks like a regular red and white striped dishcloth from the top, but when you see it from an angle (like the one shown in the picture), you see a neat maple leaf!
These are sure to look amazing, especially when worked with soft pastel colored yarn.
A pretty basic, yet attractive crocheted dishcloth pattern, you can work it in any color you want to. Expert crocheters can also try different color combinations.
Now that you have checked out all the twenty crochet patterns presented here, pick the one pattern you like the most, gather your crochet supplies and get to work.
Published on December 22nd 2014 by Daphne Bennette