Crochet DILLY DALLY Dishcloth Free Pattern #1

Dilly Dally Dishcloth #1 - One-skein crochet dishcloth pattern
Dilly Dally Dishcloth #1 - One-skein crochet dishcloth pattern
Goodbye my trusted tarn potholder! You've served me well and I'm sorry I wasn't able to save you from the mud... I am so saddened to lose you... You will be in my heart forever...
Goodbye my trusted tarn potholder! You've served me well and I'm sorry I wasn't able to save you from the mud... I am so saddened to lose you... You will be in my heart forever...

Original Crochet Pattern by Moira Durano-Abesmo

Copyright © February 2012. All Rights Reserved

A friend from Ravelry, Mimi Alelis, sent me a lot of yarn, crochet thread and crochet hooks after I got affected by a HUGE flash flood last December 16, 2011. I didn't know what to do with them because I normally work with plarn and recently, sewing thread. So I looked around and thought of things that I can use.

A new potholder is really needed after my tarn potholder (see photo #2) got lost in the mud left after the flood.

I thought this new potholder would be as good as my tarn potholder. But its too thin, its only good for lifting lids off pots. So, I'm publishing it as a dishcloth pattern - a ONE-SKEIN dishcloth pattern.

MATERIALS and TOOLS

  • 1 skein Red Heart acrylic yarn
  • #5 aluminum crochet hook

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • working sc's in rows
  • working sc's in rounds
  • reverse single crochet or crab stitch

How to Crochet Rsc?

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • ch - chain
  • sc - single crochet
  • sl st - slip stitch
  • st/sts - stitch/stitches
  • rsc - reverse single crochet/ crab stitch

Close-up on the corner...
Close-up on the corner...
... the handle...
... the handle...
... and the sc rows..
... and the sc rows..

CROCHET PATTERN:

//Pattern begins//

Row 1: Ch 16, 15 sc starting with the 2nd ch from hook, ch 1, turn.

Row 2: 15 sc, ch 1, turn.

Repeat Row 2 15x for a total of 16 rows of sc. Begin work around the square.

Round 1: 14 sc, 3 sc in next st, (going down the side) 14 sc, 3 sc in next st, (working on the other side of the foundation chain) 13 sc, 3 sc in next st, (going up the side) 14 sc, 2sc in next st, sl st to 1st sc of round, ch 1, turn.

Round 2: 3 sc in 1st st, 16 sc, (2 sc, ch 25, sl st to 1st ch (forms the handle), 1 sc) in next st, 15 sc, 3 sc in next stitch, 16 sc, 3 sc in next st, 15 sc, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1, DO NOT TURN.

Round 3: Rsc all sts, sl st to 1st rsc.

Fasten off.

//Pattern ends//

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MoiraCrochets 4 years ago from Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines Author

Maybe because we're just not used to that idea, Bheng. Yarns are expensive just to be used as dishcloth for most of us.


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handmadebybheng 4 years ago from Cubao , Quezon City

Why haven't' I made any crochet items for my kitchen hahahaah I'll find time.. I'm getting very inspired by your projects..


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MoiraCrochets 4 years ago from Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines Author

I don't want it to go to waste because of the flood before I could put it to good use. Thanks Rhelena for leaving a comment.


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Rhelena 4 years ago

Nice Work!! I'm glad you found a way to put all that yarn to good use.

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