Crocheted Dishtowels

There is no better gift for housewarmings, Christmas, first dorm rooms, or to simply share with a neighbor than good, all-purpose crocheted dishcloths. There is no need to waste time browsing for fancy patterns (although there are some pretty darn cute ones) when a simple single crochet with front loop/back loop rows will fit the bill and look beautiful. These were made using leftover 100% teal/tan cotton thread, costing me less than a dollar each. Yard sales are a great place to find remnants of yarn for these projects.


Source: The round dishcloth is taken from an old pattern book I bought long, long ago and the regular one is my own work (although I'm sure many crocheters before me used the same or similar stitches).

By Carol from Lebanon, TN


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September 8, 20100 found this helpful

Which pattern is that? I sure would love to make those.

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September 8, 20100 found this helpful

These are fantastic. I crochet these too and wouldn't use anything else on my dishes. They clean so much better than the store bought ones.

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