Textured Dish Cloths

I love to crochet. At the end of the day, when work is over, dinner is ate, our walk is walked and the dishes are done, I will curl up in my chair and crochet while I watch TV. This usually does not happen until after nine. Then we go to bed around 11:30. I find It relaxing and it helps with my nervous hands. Yes, since my daughter has left the nest, I stay worried and nervous. Its better sometimes than others but I'm learning to deal with it. They say you will worry about your kids until they are 90. I believe it.

Speaking of dishes, I have gotten on a little kick of making dish clothes. Made with 100% cotton, these little scrubbers are perfect for all kinds of clean ups. They have just enough texture to clean up any mess.

I'm not sure what the stitch pattern is called but its my favorite. I also make coffee cozies using the same stitch. I think everyone should be able to enjoy these so if you know how to crochet, you can use my pattern. If you do not know how to crochet and would love to have a some of these, you can purchase them from my Etsy shop. I can make them in almost any color you wish.

I tweak it just a bit to make dish cloths in a way that I do not need to add a trim stitch around at the end. The way I do the last stitch makes a nice clean edge with a simple scallop.

So grab your needle and lets get started.
This is a simple pattern that consist of single crochet and double crochet.
Perfect for beginners.

I used:
Size I crochet hook.
Peaches & Cream cotton yarn (I found some at WalMart and Hobby Lobby.

chain 30
Row 1: sc,dc in 2nd stitch from hook, skip next chain, *sc,dc in next chain, skip next chain* across.
sc in the last stitch (of each row) ch1 turn.

Row 2: dc in same space as sc (from the end of row one), skip next space, *sc, dc in next , skip next * across. sc in the last stitch (of each row) ch1 turn.
Repeat Row 2 until you have a square.
Finish off and weave ends.

You can add a single crochet around the entire dish cloth before you finish off if you wish, but not necessary.

Ive shared this at:
what-are-you-doing-blog-hop at contentemeant
thursday-favorite-things-blog-hop at katherinescorner
submarine-sunday at usscrafty
cooking-crafting-with-j-j-link-up at julieslifestyle


  1. I don't know about 90 but I can assure you, you worry about them until you are 76/77, LOL. Speaking of that I have always admired someone who seemed to be able to go on with their lives without the 'worry', I say that mainly because I am a fix it man. I still try, but some problems your worry is to no avail and they must 'fix' or work themselves out.

    Now with that off my chest (because I am worried about one now, lol) about crocheting, maybe I should learn, it does seem to relax and force compartmentalization, allowing one to escape for awhile.

    In construction, roofing was like that. I loved to roof, inthe right temps of course. LOL
    Great entry, and a nice visit.

  2. Hi Lisa! Thanks for dropping by blog. This is nice, I'll make one of these once I finish all my pending projects. Hehe. :)

  3. This is such a neat idea!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  4. Hi Lisa, wow these are really pretty dishcloths you crocheted! Thank you for sharing this at our Cooking and Crafting with J & J party. We hope to see you again. Enjoy your week.
    Julie xo

  5. These are beautiful !! Stopping by from Linda's stash buster link party.

  6. I love making dishcloths and these are so pretty, thank you for linking them to the stash link up. :)