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Dishcloth #2 in My Summer Discloth Series is “The Plain and Simple Dishcloth”! This is for the brand new beginner crocheter but I think other crocheters may like to make it, too! It uses just single crochet but when you combine the stitch with a pretty cotton yarn, it makes such a pretty project!
So, without further delay, here is “The Plain and Simple Dishcloth” pattern!!
(If you make one, or many, I would love to see you creation. Post a pic here in the comments, in the comments on my YouTube Channel — remember, there is a Video Tutorial for this pattern on my Channel!— or in my Facebook Group. Also, post a pic on Instagram using the hashtag #lakeviewcottagekidsdishcloths.
The Summer Dishcloth Series
“The Plain and Simple Dishcloth”
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
Here is “The Plain and Simple Dishcloth” pattern! It is one of the dishcloth patterns that is part of my Summer 2022 Dishcloth Pattern Series. It is absolutely perfect for the beginner crocheter!!! It is a quick and easy pattern so that you can whip up a lovely and functional project in a very short time. Perfect to use yourself as a dishcloth or washcloth or to give as a gift of kitchen items or as an addition to a “spa” gift basket!!
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Skill Level: Beginner
Size: One Size (7 inches x 7 inches)
Approximately 45 yards of Knit and Crochet (KC) Essential Cotton Yarn #4 weight yarn. (100% cotton). (180 yards/165m and 3.5 oz/100 g per skein). The color is called “Oatmeal”.
– Crochet Hook: Size “H” (5.00 mm)
Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Finished Size: Approximately 7 inches x 7 inches
This pattern uses US Crochet Terminology
Stitches Used in the Pattern:
– ch = chain
– sc = single crochet
4 inch square = 14 stitches across and 17 rows down
To create this stitch, you must have a Chain Multiple of Any Number.
Chain 25 chains.
Row 1: In the second chain from the hook, work 1 sc. Sc in each chain across. Ch 1. Turn. (24 st)
Row 2 – 25: Work 1 sc in the first stitch (This is the stitch directly below the Ch 1.) Work 1 sc in each stitch across the row. Ch 1. Turn. (24 st)
Row 26: Work 1 sc in the first stitch (This is the stitch directly below the Ch 1.) Work 1 sc in each stitch across the row. Ch 1. (24 st)
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
You are done! Enjoy your new creation!!
Best Wishes and Stay Cozy!!!
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