The crochet Teatime Dishcloth is a simple and elegant washcloth that you can use both in the kitchen and for the bath.
For this dishcloth, I used some solid granny squares, crocheted in 3 different colors and arranged in a gingham pattern.
The solid granny squares create a soft and solid fabric, which is very functional for drying up surfaces.
For this dishcloth, I used some leftover cotton yarn that I had in my stash from last year when made my Teatime Potholders.
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AD-FREE PRINTABLE PATTERN
- 3.5-mm (E/4 US, 9 UK) Crochet Hook
- Sport (2, Fine) Weight Yarn
- Tapestry Needle
YARN & YARDAGE
I used Katia Fair Cotton (170 yds / 155 m per 50 g) in the following colors and amounts:
- A – Off White (3) – 41 yds (37.5 m)
- B – Pale Green (46) – 82 yds (75 m)
- C – Khaki (36) – 41 yds (37.5 m)
- D – Salmon Range (28) – 5 yds (4.5 m)
Abbreviations (US Terms)
- Ch – Chain
- Dc – Double Crochet
- MC – Magic Circle
- RS – Right Side
- Picot – Picot Stitch
- Sc – Single Crochet
- Sl St – Slip Stitch
- Sp – Space
- St – Stitch
- Tr – Treble Crochet
- WS – Wrong Side
- Yo – Yarn over
Magic Circle (MC)
Learn how to make the MC or adjustable ring HERE.
Picot Stitch (Picot)
Ch 3, sl st in back bump of first-made ch.
10.6″ (27 cm)
The gauge is not crucial for this project. As a reference, each solid square measures about 2.4″ (6 cm).
- If the pattern says “dc 2”, you have to crochet 1 dc in each of the next 2 sts.
- (…) – Repeat the instructions within round brackets for the indicated number of times.
- *… – Repeat the instructions from * for the indicated number of times.
- […] – Crochet the instructions within square brackets all in the same indicated st.
- The st count is indicated within brackets at the end of each round’s instructions.
Teatime Dishcloth – Free Crochet Pattern
Make 16 solid granny squares with no gaps working 3 rounds for each square as follows:
- 4 squares with A;
- 8 squares with B;
- 4 squares with C.
With D, use the whip stitch to join the squares according to the color scheme below.
RS facing, join D in any tr at one of the corners.
Round 1. Sc 1 in the same tr as joining, *sc 50 working in each dc and tr on the first side. In the next corner tr, [sc 3]. Repeat from * 3 times. Sc 50 on the last side. In the beginning tr, [sc 2] (for a total of 3 sc in the first tr!). Sl st in first sc to join. (212 sts)
Round 2. Make a hanging loop: ch 15, turn (WS). Sk 1, sl st in next sc, ch 1, turn (RS). Working in the loop you just created (and not in the individual chs), sc 20 or as many sts needed to fill the loop.
Continue to crochet on the first side.
*Sc 2, (picot 1, sc 3) 16 times, picot 1, sc 2. In the next corner sc, [sc 3]. Repeat from * 4 times. Sl st in first sc of hanging loop to join. (1 hanging loop, 17 picots and 52 sc on each side, 3 sc at each corner)
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
YOUR CROCHET Teatime DISHCLOTH IS READY!
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