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Crochet Dishcloths And Potholders Free Patterns

Updated on July 16, 2018

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Dish Cloths And Potholders

Its amazing what can be created with an aluminum hook and a ball of string...But one of my favorite things to make with it is dish cloths and or potholders. Not only are they useful and practical, you can whip them up fairly quick and they are inexpensive. They do not need to be blocked. When I have one of these crochet dish cloths/potholders are finished, it gives me a sense of accomplishment. I especially like working with variegated yarn, I enjoy watching the patterns and colors as they blend together every few inches or so.The tedious job of washing dishes may seem even less so, when you are washing them with one of your own crochet dish cloths. Handmade crochet dish cloths/potholders are very cute and will add charm to any kitchen.

By adding a scalloped border around a basic single crochet square you can turn something plain into something really charming...

There are so many ways to make a dishcloth/potholder, so many different stitches and designs.

Get creative make a dish cloth and or a potholder and have fun with it.

I am very happy that I am able to Knit as well as crochet. If you would rather knit than crochet or you like to do both as I do than give KNITTING DISH CLOTHS a try.

Gingham and Roses

How sweet is that a pot holder and a dishcloth ? A beautiful set!
The potholder is first crocheted and then cross stitch is added...

A very pretty combination of Gingham and Roses..

Granny's Heart Dish Cloth

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Heart Motif Fillet

What a great pattern to use for a Valentine Day gift, the picture shown in red would also be pretty in pink or white. What a pretty gift it would make in any color..It would be pretty in a variegated colors as well. The perfect way to sau " I Love You "

Free Pattern at : Ravelry

Crochet A Rainbow Of Colorful Dish Cloths

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Simple Yet Practical

Aztec Crochet Dishcloth

A reversible tapestry crochet ..Free download from : https://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/Aztec_Crochet_Dishcloth__D55816220.html
A reversible tapestry crochet ..Free download from : https://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/Aztec_Crochet_Dishcloth__D55816220.html | Source

Frilly Round Dish Cloth

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Lacy Round Dish Cloth

A pretty round and lacy dishcloth.

This dishcloth could also be used as a doily and is crochet in the round

Free Pattern : Frilly Dish Cloth

Earthtones

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Ombre Earthtone Dishcloth

  • Crochet this dishcloth by using an Afghan stitch .

    With two different yarns that are variegated

    Get the free pattern here : Ombre Earthtone

A Pretty Bouquet Of Dish Cloths

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Ripple Style Potholders

The Rose Ripple Potholder is a beauty indeed....Three different colors are shown in this pattern ..Make a few for yourself in your favorite color

Or use the Ripple Pattern in another way such as:

The RIPPLE pattern has long been a crochet favorite for creating beautiful afghans, blankets, shawls and sweaters. Here is a new twist on the ripple stitch for making functional and attractive potholders to give or keep. In addition to the ripple stitch, the use of unique center embellishments made for a particular person in mind or to match your own kitchen décor.

Fanciful Flower Potholders

These Fanciful Flower Potholders are made of 100 percent dk weight cottons in bright and bold colors

Easy crochet dishcloth with Shells and posts design / Beginner Level

The Best Crocheted Potholder Technique

Crochet Dishcloths And Potholders Free Patterns

Its amazing what can be created with an aluminum hook and a ball of string...But one of my favorite things to make with it is dish cloths and or potholders. Not only are they useful and practical, you can whip them up fairly quick and they are inexpensive.

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    • faythef profile imageAUTHOR

      Faythe Payne 

      22 months ago from USA

      If you click on the word "source" it will take you to the pattern..You will need to log into Ralvery

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      Trish 

      22 months ago

      Do you have the pattern for the first picture ? The pretty round ones ?

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      Michelle 

      3 years ago

      Do you have a pattern for the pink and white checkered one with flowers?

    • faythef profile imageAUTHOR

      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      @kschimmel...I also love the duribility and only use knit and crochet pot holders and dishcloths now....

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      Kimberly Schimmel 

      5 years ago from North Carolina, USA

      Very pretty! I have used handmade dishcloths for years--love their durability!

    • faythef profile imageAUTHOR

      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      I would suggest the lion brand cotton..But you could use sugar and cream...I prefer the lions brand it just seems nicer to work with.....I like using them on my stove..I can scrub when I need to with out scratching.

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      Rosie writes 

      5 years ago from Virginia

      These are super cute, but I've always assumed they were purely for looks. I'm guessing the cotton yarn (which I've never used before) might be a good choice, for absorption and firmness when scrubbing. What type of yarn do you suggest?

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      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      That is awesome shiningirisheyes.They are great treasures to be cherished...

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      Shining Irish Eyes 

      5 years ago from Upstate, New York

      This is wonderful. I still have doilies my Irish Nana crocheted as well as three of her dish cloths. They are a treasure because her hands made them.

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      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      Your welcome RTalloni....

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      RTalloni 

      5 years ago from the short journey

      Thanks for this look at crocheting dish cloths and the links to patterns!

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