Autumn Dishcloths

Fall is here in the Northern Hemisphere, and the changing seasons are a great time to indulge in some fun new projects for your kitchen. We have some new free dishcloth patterns that’ll fit the bill – plus some old favorites you don’t want to forget about!

Our very own Lee designed this spiderweb-inspired dishcloth! The Arachnophobia Dishcloth is mainly worked in the round, using slip stitches to create the spooky web. It’ll certainly make clean up a bit more fun!

Another variation on a spiderweb is the Neoscona Facecloth. Worked in Shine Sport, it’s an elegant addition to your home in neutral colors or a beautiful decoration in Halloween colors. Either way, it’s a great project for practicing lace skills.

If you prefer a sweet Halloween treat instead, look no further than the Candy Corn Dishcloth! This beginner-friendly project is worked entirely in garter stitch, with simple decreases to create that signature triangle shape. Use the original candy corn colors, or go a little wild with your own unique color combination.

Finally, it’s pumpkin everything season, and this favorite pattern is just the thing to show your love of fall flavors! Also worked mainly in garter stitch, the outlines of stockinette stitch cleverly disguise the increases and decreases that create the shape. Topped with a stem and vine, the Pumpkin Dishcloth is one you’ll want to show off when company is over.

These are just a few of the nearly 300 free dishcloth patterns we have a available for all seasons and skills! Let us know some of your favorites in the comments below!

1 comment

  1. Penny / October 8, 2019

    Oooo that spiderweb is the BEST. I love it!! That pumpkin is pretty cute too!