Crochet dishcloth patterns are always a fantastic idea to work up: they’re quick to make, they don’t take up much yarn, and they’re forever useful. You don’t even have to buy yarn for them, you can use up your cotton yarn scraps! Crochet dishcloths are always useful in both your kitchen and your bathroom, from scrubbing dishes and pots to washing your face. Because they’re something you make yourself, you can easily customize them to match your personal color preferences and room décor and theme. Aside from helping you keep your house clean and yarn stash under control, crochet dishcloths are the perfect place to try out a new crochet stitch or pattern. Since they’re small, essentially big project swatches, you can try out something new, and if all else fails, just scrub some pots with them!
10 Crochet Scrubbies: Crochet Dishcloth Patterns to Make
These 10 hand-picked crochet patterns from our friends at AllFreeCrochet.com feature great DIY kitchen ideas, from crochet scrubbies made with specifically rough and course yarn to patterns worked up with little nubs and clusters. Whatever type of crochet dishcloth you’re after, from a simple solid-colored project made entirely from Red Heart’s Scrubby yarn to a crochet scrubbie resembling a simple flower, you’ll find your pattern in 10 Crochet Scrubbies. Be sure to choose cotton yarn for durability and ease of care, since you’ll be able to keep them clean by just tossing them in the wash. And, if this collection of dishcloth patterns isn’t enough for you, be sure to browse our entire collection of crochet dishcloth patterns and kitchen and dining DIY ideas.
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