Dishcloth #4 is Here! It is called the “Coral Splash” Dishcloth!!Patterns - Decor . Patterns - Dishcloths and Hot Pads
I am loving creating these fun and fast summer projects! Dishcloths are the perfect project for the summer months, especially, because they go quickly, can be carried along on trips to the beach or pool, can be taken easily on vacation and are small so that you aren’t covered in a warm yarn project when you are working on it! They also make fun, functional and cute gifts! I like them for myself, too!
I hope you’ve been trying the first three dishcloths! This fourth one, called the “Coral Splash” Dishcloth looks more involved (and it is a little) but it is still a simple stitch combination that gives a super cool texture!
I created it by using Big Twist Cotton and Polyester Yarn and an “H” Hook. The finished dishcloth is 8 inches square.
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Well, that’s about it for my introduction. Here is the lovely “Coral Splash” Dishcloth pattern!!
Skill Level: Beginner
Size: One Size (8 inches x 8 inches)
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Approximately 60 yards of Big Twist Cotton Yarn (85% cotton and 15% polyester). #4 weight yarn. (96 yards/88m and 1.94 oz/55 g per skein). The color is called “Coral Splash”.
– Crochet Hook: Size “H” (5.00 mm)
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Finished Size: Approximately 8 inches x 8 inches
This pattern uses US Crochet Terminology
Stitches Used in the Pattern:
– ch = chain
– sc = single crochet
– dc = double crochet
– ss = slip stitch
4 inch square = 4 clusters across and 5 clusters down (See photos)
To create this stitch, you must have a Chain Multiple of 4 + 2.
Chain 30 chains.
Row 1: In the second chain from the hook, work 1 sc. Sc in each chain across. Ch 2. Turn. (29 st)
Row 2: Work 3 dc in the base of the Ch 2; *skip the next 3 sc, (sc, 3 dc) in the next sc*. Repeat from * to * until you reach the last 4 stitches. Skip 3 sc and sc in the last sc. Ch 2. Turn. (29 st)
Row 3: Work 3 dc in the base of the Ch 2. *Skip the next 3 dc, (sc, 3 dc) in the next sc.* Repeat from * to * across the row to the last st. Sc in the 2nd ch of the turning Ch-2. Ch 2. Turn. (29 st)
Row 4 – 19: Repeat Row 3.
Row 20: Slip stitch in each stitch across the row. (29 slip stitches)
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
You are done! Enjoy your new creation!!
Best Wishes and Stay Cozy!!!
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