Category Archives: 52 weeks of dishcloths

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Free Dishcloth Pattern – Zig Zag

Happy (almost) weekend! Are you looking for a fun project to work on over the unofficial start of summer? Check out the really cool stitch pattern on Faith Schmidt's Zig Zag Dishcloth!

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Free Crochet Dishcloth Pattern: Cabled Spa Cloth

I've been knitting much longer than I have been crocheting and when I started out, I was facinated by crochet cables - I never knew you could cable in crochet. Cables are one of my favorite looks to any project so I am pretty excited that I now have small project to test my crochet skills - Beth Major's Cabled Spa Cloth!

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Fishbones Dishcloth

Textured patterns always make great dishcloths - and this week's free pattern might be my favorite!  Check out the Fishbones Dishcloth by Marjorie Dussaud.

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Bung Gudneau Dishcloth

This week's free dishcloth pattern is Allyson Dykhuizen's Bung Gudneau and it has a great little addition - a hanging loop! Such a fun idea and so handy.

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide – Dishcloth Edition!

Mother's Day is coming up and I love to put together packages for my mom.  She's a knitter and a crocheter, so that makes my life a lot easier! Lately, she's been into knitting and crocheting dishcloths; I've sent a few patterns from our 52 Weeks of Dishcloth series over the past year, but since she prefers books to printouts, our printed collection is the perfect start.

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The Petticoat Dishcloth

In case you missed it, the latest installment of our 52 Weeks of Dishcloths is the Petticoat Dishcloth pattern! This fun and free knitting pattern features ruffles to create layers of texture - perfect for scrubbing and cleaning. And because it is a layered design, it's perfect for using up odds and ends of sport or DK weight yarns. The Petticoat Dishcloth

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Bicolor Tweed: Free Knit Dishcloth Pattern

Marjorie Dussaud has created this week's handsome free dishcloth pattern: the Bicolor Tweed Dishcloth. I'm smitten with this combination of stripes and textured slip stitches, perfect for rugged session of dish-duty! Dussaud notes that this pattern is great for beginners because it's an easy stitch repeat for a big effect. I have this particular pattern ear-marked as a quick stash busting project, ideal for featuring striped sections of yarn from previous projects!

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