Roundup: 12 free crochet patterns for dishcloths and washcloths, curated by Underground Crafter | Dishcloths and washcloths are great ways to try new stitches. They also make great gifts and useful projects to keep at home.On Fridays, I share a link blast on Twitter and Facebook to get you excited about crocheting all weekend! In keeping with the #FlashbackFriday meme, I’m sharing patterns that were first released at least 12 months ago.

Dishcloths and washcloths are great ways to try out new stitches while making something useful! I use crocheted washcloths for exfoliating and they also make great gifts when paired with homemade or store bought bath and body products.

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I recommend using 100% cotton yarns for these projects. Cotton is breathable, easy care (though it does tend to shrink in the first washing), and safe for use in the kitchen near heat because it doesn’t melt when exposed to high temperatures.

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Roundup: 12 free crochet patterns for dishcloths and washcloths, curated by Underground Crafter | Dishcloths and washcloths are great ways to try new stitches. They also make great gifts and useful projects to keep at home.Scrub-a-dub-dub Washcloth (photo 8), free crochet pattern by @UCrafter (that’s me!): This textured washcloth is perfect for exfoliating your skin. The stitch pattern looks woven and the spaces allow it to dry more quickly.

Scrub-a-dub-dub Washcloth, free #crochet pattern by @ucrafter . This stitch pattern would also make a great blanket!Surf Wash Cloth (photo 10), free crochet pattern by @SnappyTots: Pair this project with the matching Surf Hanging Towel.

Blossom Stitch Washcloths (photo 1), free crochet pattern by @fivelittlemonst: These feminine washcloths make great gifts when paired with scented soap or lotion.

Scottie Plaid Dishcloth (photo 3), free crochet pattern by @erangi_udeshika: This unisex plaid dishcloth pattern also includes a surface crochet tutorial.

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Citrus Morning Washcloth and Coaster (photo 2), free crochet pattern by @AGHandmades: This cheery washcloth pattern includes a matching coaster.

Robin’s Egg Slanted Shell Washcloths (photo 5), free crochet pattern by EyeLoveKnots: This pattern includes a solid and striped variation and tips for crocheting with cotton.

Bouncy Bubbly Dishcloth (photo 4), free crochet pattern by @crochetncrafts: This textured cloth also makes a great scrubbie.

Linen Stitch Dishcloth (photo 7), free crochet pattern by @stitchin_mommy: This pattern includes a step-by-step photo tutorial.


Nubby Dishcloth (photo 9), free crochet pattern by @OombawkaDesign: This pattern includes a review of 108 Crochet Cluster Stitches by Darla Sims, one of my favorite stitch guides. (You can find my reviews of over 20 stitch guides here.)

Bahama Stripe Dishcloth (photo 6), free crochet pattern by @fiberflux: This pattern includes a video tutorial and links to a photo tutorial.

Star Stitch Baby Washcloth (photo 11), free crochet pattern by @Myhobbyiscroche: This pattern includes a photo tutorial and links to the matching Fish Bath Mitt pattern.

Dishcloth (photo 12), free crochet pattern by @LittleMCrochet: This pattern includes both 7” x 7” and 9” x 9” variations.

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Roundup: 12 Free Crochet Patterns for Dishcloths & Washcloths | #FlashbackFriday Crochet #LinkBlast #48
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