The Woodland Cottage Crochet Dishcloth Pattern makes for a great beginner project. Consisting of only half double crochets and a single crochet border this dishcloth features a beautiful ribbed texture and would be a wonderful addition to any kitchen!
Hello and welcome back to the blog! Today I am sharing a new pattern with you – the Woodland Cottage Crochet Dishcloth. I love making dishcloths because they are super easy and fairly quick to make.
For this project I tried a new yarn, Peaches n’Cream. It is very affordable and can be found at Walmart (I think that might be the only store I have seen it sold), and I have to say I absolutely loved it!!
The dishcloth pictured in cream was made with my “tried and true” Lily Sugar n’Cream and the brown was made with Peaches n’Cream. A few of my favorite patterns using cotton yarn can be found here, here, and here.
I have to say that the brown dishcloth (Peaches n’Cream) came out SUPER soft with a beautiful loose drape and the cream colored dishcloth (Sugar n’Cream) came out a bit scratchy and more stiff/rigid. For my first time using Peaches n’Cream I have to say that I am super impressed. While I still love Sugar, I will definitely be reaching for Peaches more often!
What’s your favorite cotton yarn?! I’d love to know!
To view the pattern to make your own dishcloth, keep on scrolling!
A printable PDF of this pattern is available for purchase here.
Woodland Cottage Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
- Worsted weight 100% cotton yarn
- Lily Sugar n’Cream in color Ecru (cream)
- Peaches n’Cream in color Dark Taupe
- 5.5 mm crochet hook
- yarn needle
- ch – chain
- hdc – half double crochet
- sc – single crochet
- sl st – slip stitch
- st – stitch
- 4 inches = 15 stitches by 9 rows in hdc
Row 1: in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across row, turn
Row 2: ch 2, hdc in each st across row in back loop only, turn
Rows 3 – 16: repeat Row 2
You will now be working in rounds.
Round 1: ch 1, make 3 sc in 1st st, sc across row, make 3 sc in last st, make 24 sc along side edge evently, make 3 sc in corner stitch, sc across bottom edge, make 24 sc along other side edge, join with 1st st of round using a sl st
Round 2: ch 1, sc around edge in each st, making 3 sc in each center corner st, join with 1st st of the round using sl st
Round 3: repeat Round 2 but only make 2 sc in each center corner stitch
Cut yarn, secure and weave in any ends.