Ready to craft something fun for Halloween? These free crochet Halloween Dishcloth patterns are going to spook your Halloween kitchen decor!
I had the idea of crocheting these Halloween dishcloths for years! And more specifically, ever since I made the Halloween Granny Squares.
Well, at least the mad eye dishcloth was really a simple transposition of the eye granny square pattern.
The other dishcloths required a little more trial and error but the basic idea was there from the beginning: creating some fun kitchen accessories for Halloween and Fall
So, I hope you’re in the mood for some spooky crocheting!
Halloween Dishcloth Collection
The Halloween Dishcloth Collection includes these four fun patterns to make your kitchen extra scary for Halloween:
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- 3.5-mm (E/4 USA, 9 UK) Crochet Hook
- 4.0-mm (G/6 USA, 8 UK) Crochet Hook
- 4.5-mm (G/7 USA, 7 UK) Crochet Hook
- DK (3, Light) Cotton Yarn
- Tapestry Needle
Yarn & Yardage
I used Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK (137 yds / 125 m per 50 g) in the following colors and amounts:
- A – Pure Black (402) – 9 yds / 8.2 m
- B – Grass Green (430) – 27.6 yds / 25.1 m
- C – Champagne White (403) – 251 yds / 230 m
- D – Pillar Red (415) – 5.5 yds / 5 m
- E – Slate Grey (406) – 110 yds / 100 m
- F – Banana Cream (421) – 14.3 yds / 13 m
- G – Mustard Yellow (424) – 37.7 yds / 34.4 m
- H – Blood Orange (420) – 57.6 yds / 52.5 m
- I – Bubblegum Pink (451) – Scrap amounts
Halloween Dishcloths – Free Crochet Patterns
1. Eyeball Dishcloth
The first pattern of the Halloween Dishcloth collection is this Eyeball Dishcloth. This pattern is quick and easy, and it only uses basic stitches, mainly double crochet.
Embroidering the veins all around the eye is what takes the longest but the result is too good not to try!
- Get the free pattern of the Eyeball Dishcloth HERE.
2. Spiderweb Dishcloth
The second pattern of the Halloween collection is this Spiderweb Dishcloth. The idea is very simple. We crochet a simple solid hexagon and turn it into a spiderweb using surface crochet slip-stitch embroidery.
- Get the free pattern of the Spiderweb Dishcloth HERE.
3. Candy Cone Dishcloth
The third pattern of the Halloween collection is the Candy Corn Washcloth.
This pattern is slightly more challenging than the others in the collection because it uses the Suzette stitch to create the triangle shape of the candy corn.
- Get the free pattern of the Candy Corn Dishcloth HERE.
4. Ghost Dishcloth
The Ghost Dishcloth is the last washcloth of the series and definitely the cutest face you’ll see flying around your kitchen!
- Get the free pattern HERE.
I hope you’ll enjoy crocheting these Halloween Dishcloth patterns!
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