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{How to Crochet} Seed Stitch Plus A Free Pattern

Updated on March 3, 2013

Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

Learning crochet is a great hobby and with a simple stitch like the seed stitch you'll be able to make a set of dish cloths while learning. A Dishcloth

is great for housewarming gifts, wedding gifts, college dorm gifts and as part of a gift basket.

For the following pattern you will need to know the half double crochet and the single crochet stitch. You'll need one ball of cotton yarn and a size 'I' crochet hook.

You can find more patterns by Squidoo Lensmasters at our Crochet With Mom on Squidoo Directory.

Dish Cloth
Dish Cloth

The Pattern: Seed Stitch Dish Cloth Pattern

Let's Get Started

Supplies:

1 Skein Cotton Yarn Green

1 I crochet hook

Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Ch 26

1: sc in second stitch from hook, hdc in next stitch, (repeat pattern across [sc,hdc])* ch2 turn

2: hdc in first stitch, sc in next stitch (repeat pattern stitch across) ch1 turn

3: sc in first stitch, hdc in next stitch (repeat pattern stitch across) ch2 turn

Repeat rows 2 and three for a Total of 23 Rows.

-If you end with a sc, ch2 hdc

-If you end with a hdc, ch1 sc

End off. Weave in loose ends.

**Note** In the above Video Tutorial Teresa is using a Double Crochet and a Single Crochet for her Seed Stitch- I use a Half Double Crochet and Single Crochet in this pattern to make the fabric tighter.**

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How To: Seed Stitch - Crochet Stitches Tutorial

For this pattern I altered it with the following:

1single crochet stitch and 1Half double crochet stitch,this makes a denser fabric for a lovely Dish cloth. Also, I do not work the two stitches in the same stitch -- 1sc in first stitch, 1hdc in next --

Hopefully, I haven't confused you too much.

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What Type of Dish Cloth Pattern... - Would You Like to See Next?

6/26/2012 - My next pattern will be a square dish cloth pattern. Thanks for voting.

What Type of Dish Cloth Pattern Would You Like To See?

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Recommended by Momwithahook - Big Book of Dishcloths, Pot Holders, & Scrubbies

Love this Book by Annie's Attic Crochet. I purchased it in June of 2009 and am still going through the patterns. The book Includes 36 Designs including Dish Cloth & Scrubbie Flower Sets.

Annie's Attic: Big Book Of Dishcloths, Pot Holders & Scrubbies
Annie's Attic: Big Book Of Dishcloths, Pot Holders & Scrubbies

Some of the Patterns I Like:

- Dainty Daffodil Scrubbie by Sheri L. Jacobson

- Daffodil Pot Holder by Diane Stone

- Daisy Scrubbie by Denis Rothberg (these scrubbies use the plastic mesh pot scrubber)

- Sunflower Scrubbie by Denis Rothberg

- Mum Scrubbie by Sheri L. Jaconson

- Wild Rose Dish Cloth by Sheri L. Jacobson

- Wild Rose Scrubbie by Sheri L. Jacobson

 

What is Tawashi?

Tawashi is a Japanese word for scrubbie. Instead of using kitchen cotton anti-bacterial acrylic yarn is used.

Did you Find Enjoy the Seed Stitch Dish Cloth Pattern? - Let me Know, Leave a Comment.

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      Sara Duggan 5 years ago from California

      @SusannaDuffy: Yes it is, it is good for beginners to learn and gives a bit of dimension to the fabric.

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      Susanna Duffy 5 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      Seed stitch is always a pretty crochet stitch

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      dnuttall 5 years ago

      Well put together lens. Definitely liking this. Time to get my yarn and hooks out. Forgot how easy it was to crochet nice little gifts. Will have to get busy and add some of my crochet projects also. Big Thanks!

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      Sara Duggan 5 years ago from California

      @lesliesinclair: Awesome. Glad you were able to find what you were looking for. Tighter weave crochet fabric makes it so you can really reuse the dishcloths over and over again.

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      lesliesinclair 5 years ago

      This is what I've been looking for, as I view my collection of woven dishcloths with holes in the center of each one. thanks!

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      Sara Duggan 5 years ago from California

      @SuburbanPrairieHomemaker: @suburbanprairiehomemaker It is a real simple dishcloth pattern. Super quick to make too.

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      SuburbanPrairieHomemaker 5 years ago

      What a great idea for a quick and simple dishcloth! Thanks so much for sharing!

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      Sara Duggan 6 years ago from California

      @Sylvestermouse: Thanks for the Crochet Blessings.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

      Fabulous! One of the first things I ever crocheted was a dish cloth for my mother! I had totally forgotten this fast and simple project. Angel Blessed

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      Sara Duggan 6 years ago from California

      @Virginia Allain: I will put that on my squidoo topics list. Are you speaking of the kitchen towel tops or just the little loop on the end of the dish cloth so you can hang it? I see it might be the kitchen towel top you are referring to - Craftyville has a lens that has a video tutorial for this http://www.squidoo.com/crochet-towel-topper-patter... Hope that helps.

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      How about a pattern for crocheting the loop to hang a dish towel in the kitchen. I've seen these and they usually fasten with a button.

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      Sara Duggan 6 years ago from California

      @TapIn2U: It really isn't. It is only two stitches - single crochet and half double [you could also do a double crochet] and that is it. Repeat throughout the entire piece. Hope you find the time to learn - thanks for stopping by.

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      TapIn2U 6 years ago

      This looks complicated to do but the finish product looks great! I wish can do it, too! Have to watch the video a couple more times. Fantastic lens! Sundae ;-)

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      Sara Duggan 6 years ago from California

      @marsha32: Maybe you should start one? Squidoo always has room for more lensmasters - especially ones who are crafty with yarn

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      marsha32 6 years ago

      looks just about like the pattern that I use to crochet the ones I make.

      I don't have any lenses that are dedicated to just crochet--darn it.