#11 Crunchy Stitch Crochet Dishcloth
This crunchy stitch crochet dishcloth pattern features a fun and easy stitch that gives a great textured design. The simple pattern uses only two basic crochet stitches, slip stitches and half double crochets, but when used in an alternating sequence the effect looks much more complex.
#12 Tulip Textured Crochet Dishcloth
Who doesn’t love quick and easy crochet patterns? As with many crochet patterns, this pattern is really easy and moves along quickly once you get past the first couple of rows. The stitches are very basic, it’s just a matter of getting the stitches in the right place.
#13 The Cottage Dishcloth
Learn how to crochet a dishcloth with this new pattern: The Cottage Dishcloth. This free crochet pattern will help you to make gorgeous crochet dishcloths with lots of texture and a pretty lace edge.
#14 Cotton Dishcloth
This is a classic cotton dishcloth, made in 100% cotton. It’s simple to make a great project for beginner crochet. It’s a nice sized cloth which is durable, can be used for washing those dishes or as crochet scrubbies for countertops.
#15 Woodland Cottage Dishcloth
The Woodland Cottage Crochet Dishcloth Pattern makes for a great beginner crochet project. Consisting of only half double crochets and a single crochet border this dishcloth features a beautiful ribbed texture and would be a wonderful addition to any kitchen!
#16 Starfish Dishcloths
Crochet these clever starfish-shaped dish rags and use them to wash dishes as you daydream about the beach. This easy crochet project looks just like a starfish and would make a cute addition to the guest bathroom as well.
#17 ZigZag Crochet Dishcloth
This dishcloth pattern looks complicated, but it’s incredibly simple – and great for beginner and experienced crocheters alike. It’s basically just one crochet stitch (a V-stitch) over and over again.
#18 Sedge Stitch Dishcloth
If you want a pretty crochet dishcloth that still has a lot of texture, the Sedge Stitch Dishcloth will be your go-to. It uses a combination of easy crochet stitches: double crochet, half double crochet, and single crochet stitches.
#19 Betty’s Bumpy Scrubby Dishcloth
If you don’t like using big, cumbersome towels for scrubbing in the kitchen and like a little hand towel, this crochet dishcloth pattern is just the ticket! These crochet scrubbies use a waffle stitch, so it has an ultra ribbed texture to it (thus, the “bumpy scrubby”) – great for catching gunk when cleaning up.
#20 Mini C2C Stripe Dishcloth
C2C crochet (Corner to Corner Crochet) projects make great designs. It uses half double crochet stitches instead of the double crochet stitches in the regular C2C crochet and It’s the way to go when making a design in dishcloth form.
#21 Country Crochet Dishcloth
These crochet dishcloths are textured and thick – perfect for wiping up messes or scrubbing those dishes! It is best to use cotton when making crochet dishcloth patterns since it is super absorbent and dries quickly.
Crochet dishcloth patterns are amazing for beginner crocheters or if you’re just in a hurry to whip something up. They can use unique crochet stitches for a challenge, or easy crochet stitches if you’re just getting started.
They’re fun to lean back and watch TV while you crochet. If you’re not looking to commit to a big project but still want to be creative, crochet dishcloths are a great option. You really can’t go wrong.