The crochet Hexagon Honeycomb Dishcloth is my latest addition to my bee- and beehive-inspired kitchen set.
Since when I shared my Honeycomb kitchen towel, I wanted to add a matching dishcloth.
Moreover, I had lots of yellow, brown, and white leftovers in my stash. So, I went on and used those to make a hexagon dishcloth made of many little crochet hexagons!
Perfect for a little scrap-busting!
However, while for the towel I used the classic solid granny hexagons, for the dishcloth, I really wanted a completely solid fabric.
With the new hexagon, I was able to get a very similar style to the Honeycomb kitchen towel, but with a solid and nice fabric that is perfect for drying up dishes in the kitchen!
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- 3.5-mm (E/4 USA, 9 UK) Hook
- DK (3, Light) Weight Cotton Yarn
- Tapestry Needle
YARN COLORS & YARDAGE
For my Honeycomb Dishcloth, I used Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK in the following colors and amounts:
|A||Champagne White (403)||113 yds, 103 m|
|B||Mustard Yellow (424)||34.1 yds, 31.2 m|
|C||Soft Fudge (410)||17.3 yds, 15.8 m|
|D||Coffee Bean (411)||8.6 yds, 7.9 m|
Back Loop Only (BLO)
Learn how to crochet in the back loop only HERE.
Magic Circle (MC)
Find a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle HERE.
Find a tutorial on how to do the mattress stitch HERE.
- 11.4″ (29 cm) from side to side
- 12.8” (32.5 cm) along the diagonal
Each hexagon should be about 2.6″ (6.5 cm).
- If the pattern says “dc 2”, it means that you have to crochet 1 dc into each of the next 2 sts.
- (…) – Repeat the instruction within brackets for the indicated number of times.
- *… – Repeat the instructions from * for the indicated number of times.
- […] – Crochet the instructions within brackets all into the same indicated st.
This dishcloth is made by joining hexagons and half hexagons together.
After the seaming is done, the border is crocheted all around.
CROCHET Hexagon HONEYCOMB Dishcloth – FREE PATTERN
(Make 7 with A, 3 with B, 2 with C, and 1 with D)
Make a MC.
Round 1. Ch 2 (does NOT count as a st here and in the rest of the pattern), dc 12 in MC. Sl st into the first st to join. (12 sts).
Round 2. Ch 2, ([dc 1, tr 1, dc 1], dc inc 1) 6 times. Sl st into the first st to join. (30 sts).
Round 3. Ch 2, dc 1, ([dc 1, tr 1, dc 1] in next tr, dc 4) 5 times. [Dc 1, tr 1, dc 1] in next tr, dc 3. Sl st into the first st to join. (42 sts).
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
(Make 6 with A)
Make a MC.
Row 1. Ch 2 (does NOT count as a st here and in the rest of the pattern), dc 7 in MC. (7 sts).
Row 2. Ch 2, turn. [Tr 1, dc 1] in first st, (dc inc 1, [dc 1, tr 1, dc 1] in next st) twice, dc inc 1, [dc 1, tr 1] in last st. (16 sts).
Row 3. Ch 2, turn. [Tr 1, dc 1] in first st, (dc 4, [dc 1, tr 1, dc 1] in next st) twice. Dc 4, [dc 1, tr 1] in last st. (22 sts).
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Place the hexagons and half hexagons with all RS facing up according to the assembly scheme below.
With A, seam the hexagons using the mattress stitch or your preferred sewing method.
RS facing, join A in the top tr of the top hexagon.
Round 1. Sc 1 in the same tr where you joined, *sc 7. Distribute 12 sts on the side of the next half hexagon, and sc 7 along the next hexagon. In the next tr, [sc 1, ch 1, sc 1]. Repeat from * all around paying attention to the last tr, where you only need to [sc 1, ch 1], and sl st into first sc to join.
Fasten off A, join B in top ch-1 sp.
Round 2. Sc 1 in the same ch-1 sp, BLO sc all around. In each ch-1 sp, [sc 1, ch 1, sc 1]. Once you’re back at the joining point, [sc 1, ch 1], and join with a sl st into first sc.
Fasten off B, join A in top ch-1 sp.
Round 3. Sc 1 in the same ch-1 sp, BLO sc all around. In each ch-1 sp, [sc 1, ch 1, sc 1]. When you’re back at the joining point, sc in first ch-1 sp, and make a hanging loop as follows:
Hanging Loop. Ch 20, turn. Sl st into first sc. Ch 1, turn to RS. Sc 25 or more sts inside the loop you just created.
Fasten off and weave in all your ends.
YOUR CROCHET Hexagon HONEYCOMB Dishcloth IS READY!
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