This dishcloth pattern features the seed stitch, which gives you a great texture on both sides of the fabric.
Free Crochet Dishcloth Patterns
Use these crochet dishcloth patterns in the kitchen and bathroom, and/or for cleaning throughout the home. You don't need much yarn to make one, so you can use the smaller balls of cotton yarn, or use leftover yarns from other cotton projects such as bags.
The slanted cluster crochet dishcloth pattern features a nice texture on both sides of the fabric.
If you love lace, then this dishcloth is for you! It’s a simple mesh pattern with a beautiful petaled edge that will look great in any kitchen.
Make this crochet dishcloth pattern in any color design that you like from a solid color to a few stripes throughout.
This 9-inch crochet dishcloth pattern features a nice texture that is not only beautiful, but it’s also great for scrubbing!
The lace in this doily dishcloth pattern is simple and perfect. The stitch pattern creates a nice elegant lace that you’ll enjoy displaying in your kitchen as well as to give as gifts.
The basket weave stitch pattern not only provides a pretty textured design, but it is also perfect for scrubbing. I especially love how it turned out in the variegated yarn.
The linked double crochet gives you a nice solid stitch pattern. It’s great for a dishcloth or as a small protective table mat.
This pretty laced dishcloth works up quick and easy.
These simple crochet dish clothes are great for beginners to create.
This dishcloth pattern features the cross stitch along with a few solid rows with the single and double crochet stitch.
This crochet dish cloth pattern can be worked with either one or two colors of cotton yarn.
This star dishcloth is not only great for washing dishes, but it also makes for a pretty doily or plantmat.
The crunch stitch AKA the Moss Stitch is used to create lots of dirt lifting texture in this beginner pattern using the half double crochet and the slip stitch.
Crochet this quick and easy dishcloth pattern in a single color or in a striped colorway.
This dishcloth pattern features a textured pattern to help with the scrubbing and cleaning of dishes.
I love the idea of working the scrubby yarn in between the cotton yarn.
With one stripe out of solid cotton and the other a textured scrubby, this pattern creates a quality feeling dish cloth with just enough texture to handle dish washing chores and not damage dishes.
With one side being out of solid cotton and the other a textured scrubby, this pattern creates a thick and quality dish cloth with two sides of practicality.
A great pattern for a beautiful and durable dish cloth. Made with a solid cotton and a textured yarn at the same time, this pattern creates a thick and quality dish cloth.
Planned color pooling can be so much fun. The key is to start off with the correct amount of stitches and a consistent gauge and you can create lovely dishcloths as pictured above.
The swirls are totally amazing in this dishcloth. It’s crocheted in a mixture of cotton and scrubby yarn to give you the scrubbing you need for a variety of pots and dishes.
The pretty lace and pretty texture make this dishcloth ideal for your kitchen and for gifting to your friends and neighbors.
Get your children started on those dishes with these adorable crocheted mitts.
Get that scrubbing done with ease by using these dishcloths. They are crocheted in a yarn that is designed for tough scrubbing needs.
Crochet this pretty dishcloth in any two colors to match your kitchen or bathroom.
Brighten up your summer kitchen with these colorful chevron striped dishcloths. The fabric is interlocked, which gives you lots of texture for your scrubbing needs.
This pretty dishcloth is crocheted in pretty summer stripes to brighten up your kitchen.
With a pretty texture like this, you’ll definitely want to crochet a few for yourself and your friends.
This dishcloth has tons of textures to help you with your scrubbing needs. The finished size measures 6 inches square, making it great for use throughout the home.
This pretty dishcloth pattern comes with lots of photos showing you how to crochet this from start to finish.
I love the pretty lace in this dishcloth. It’s perfect for your own kitchen or for gifting to your loved ones.
This free crochet pattern provides you with a link to a symbol chart for the linen stitch. Then it gives you a number for your starting chains and row counts along with instructions for the simple edging.
Here is an amazing stitch pattern that’s perfect for dishcloths and washcloths for throughout the home. It’s got lots of texture to help you trap dust and other debris.
This washcloth pattern is given in two sizes along with a stitch multiple that allows you to crochet it to any size.
Complete your St. Patrick’s Day kitchen decor with this clover dishcloth. And it’s sure to help take the blah out of having to do the dishes after your meal.
FREE crochet pattern for the Seedy Dishcloth by Home Made Hats by Cheryl.
Free crochet pattern for the Little Diamonds Dishcloth by Kim Guzman of CrochetKim.
Free crochet pattern for the Little Waves Stitch Tutorial and Dishcloth by The Stitchin’ Mommy.
Ripple Stitch Tutorial and Dishcloth – Free crochet pattern and photo tutorial by The Stitchin’ Mommy.