The Harvest Table Crochet Dishcloth is the perfect project for fall. Whip up set to give as a hostess/host gift at your next holiday party! The ad-free printable version is available for purchase here for $2.99.
Happy Thursday! Today I am sharing a fun new pattern, the Harvest Table Crochet Dishcloth. This project is great because it works up very quickly and looks super chic! I designed this dishcloth with fall festivities in mind.
You could totally whip up a few of these in an afternoon and have a whole set before you know it, thus these make for perfect last minute gifts!
This project uses 100% cotton yarn, which in my opinion is the only yarn that can be used for crochet (or knitted) dishcloths/washcloths. It’s durable and has the ability to soak up water. There’s really no other yarn that can do the trick – trust me!
I used two brands of cotton yarn for this project, not for any reason other than that’s what I had on hand!
The body portion of the Harvest Table Crochet Dishcloth uses up an entire 2 oz ball of Peaches & Creme, while the border uses a small amount of Lily Sugar’n Cream but you could totally make your dishcloth using only one brand or the other. All you need are two 2 oz balls!
The stitch used in this project is corner-to-corner moss stitch. Moss stitch is one of my favorite stitches because its so versatile and also reversible! I recently designed another dishcloth using moss stitch as well (that pattern can be found here in case you missed it).
C2C moss stitch is extra fun because as the name implies, you work your project from corner to corner, making the grain of your stitches appear diagonal! C2C moss stitch is a super easy once you get the technique down and I show you exactly how to do it in the video tutorial below!
The Harvest Table Crochet Dishcloth tutorial is beginner friendly but assumes you already know how to complete the following skills.
- single crochet
- half double crochet
Once you’ve mastered the above skills I’m confident you can tackle this pattern! To follow along with the video tutorial click on the play button below.
This video is available in both left and right hand versions!
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- 1 2 oz ball Peaches & Creme in color Oasis, 100% cotton, 4-med weight (main color): Purchase 2 balls if making both dishcloths.
- 1 2 oz ball Lily Sugar’n Cream, 100% cotton, 4-med weight (contrasting color); Pictured in Warm Brown and Coral Rose
- 5.5 mm crochet hook (My hook is part of this set.)
- stitch marker
- yarn needle
- gauge checker
- 10 sc stitches by 19 rows = 4 inches in C2C moss stitch
- Approximately 10 inches by 10 inches
- ch– chain
- sc – single crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- puff stitch – hdc, yo, *wrap hook around hdc post from front to back, draw up a loop, yo; repeat from * 2 more times; pull through all loops on your hook
- st – stitch
- sl st – slip stitch
- sk – skip
The ad-free printable version is available for purchase here for $2.99.
Harvest Table Crochet Dishcloth Pattern
Pattern written in standard US Terms.
[Body of the dishcloth]
With main color, chain 3.
Row 1: In 3rd ch from hook, sc and hdc; turn.
Row 2: ch 2, sc in same st as ch 2, ch 1, sk a st, sc and hdc in top of turning ch from previous row; turn.
Row 3 (inc row): ch 2, sc in same st as ch 2, ch 1, *sc in next ch 1 sp, ch 1; repeat from * until you reach last ch 1 sp of row, sc and hdc in top of turning ch from previous row; turn.
Rows 4 – 28: Repeat Row 3
Row 29 (dec row): ch 2, sk 1st st, sc in next ch 1 sp, *ch 1, sc in next ch 1 sp; repeat from * until you have completed a sc in last ch 1 sp of row, hdc in top of turning ch from previous row; turn.
Rows 30 – 54: Repeat Row 29
Row 55: ch 1, hdc in top of turning ch from previous row
Do not cut yarn.
You will now be working in rounds.
Round 1: ch 1, working into your corner make 2 sc’s.
Place stitch marker in 1st sc of round; make 28 more sc evenly along side of work; 30th sc should be in next corner.
Make 2 more sc in same corner st, make 28 more sc evenly along side 2 of work, 60th st should be placed in next corner.
Repeat process for remaining two sides. Last sc of round should be placed in 1st corner (along with 1st two sc of round). Join round using sl st into the 1st sc of round.
Cut yarn and fasten off.
Round 2: Starting in any center corner st, attach your contrasting color and ch 1; make 2 puff stitches in same stitch (see puff stitch explanation in Key above), sk a st, *puff stitch in following st, sk a st; repeat from * until you reach the next corner, make 2 puff stitches in center corner st. Repeat process until you reach back around to the beginning. Join round using a sl st into 1st st of round.
Cut yarn, fasten off.
Weave in all ends.