It’s Dishy to be Round

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It is always good to keep a stock of dishcloths on hand, either knitted or crocheted.   They make great little gifts or stocking stuffers added to hand soap, hand cream, or kitchen gadgets.  I have a bag of cotton yarn and the patterns ready to go.  I love these “no brainer” types of patterns for when I’m watching tv or sitting on the deck on a sunny day.

round crochet dishcloths at craftygardener.ca

For my version of a round dish cloth pattern you will need a 5 mm crochet hook and approx. 50 grams of cotton yarn

  • Round 1 – Ch 6, join with slip stitch to make ring.
  • Round 2 – Ch 3 (first dc), 8 dc in ring, joing last to first with slip stitch.
  • Round 3 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, 2 dc in each dc around ring, should have 18 dc when finished.
  •  Round 4 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, 2 dc in each dc, join last to first with slip stitch, should have 36 dc when finished
  • Round 5 – Ch 5 (first dc and 2 chain), *skip next dc, dc in next dc, ch 2* repeat to end, join last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 6 – slip stitch to next chain 2 space, ch 3 (first dc), 2 dc in same space, dc in next dc, *3 dc in next chain 2 space, dc in next dc* repeat to end, join last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 7 – Ch 3 (first dc), dc in next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc, *dc in next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc* repeat to end, join last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 8 – Edging row, either – sc all around the edge, -or make shell stitches (3 dc) *slip stitch in next dc, skip 2 dc, 3 dc in next stitch, skip 2 dc, slip stitch in next dc* repeat to end -or make larger shell stitches (5 dc)

There is a print friendly version of this pattern here.

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This is another simple round crochet dishcloth made with a 5 mm hook.

round crochet dishcloths at craftygardener.ca
  • Round 1 – Ch 6, join with slip stitch to make ring
  • Round 2 – Ch 3 (first dc), 8 dc in ring, joing last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 3 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, 2 dc in each dc around ring, should have 18 dc when finished.
  •  Round 4 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, 2 dc in each dc, join last to first with slip stitch, should have 36 dc when finished.
  • Round 5 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, *dc in next stitch,  2 dc in next stitch*  repeat around and join last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 6 – Ch 3, dc in same stitch, *dc in next 2 stitches,  2 dc in next stitch*  repeat around and join last to first with slip stitch
  • Round 7 – sc around, adding an extra sc every now and then so that the cloth stays flat.

There is a print friendly version of this pattern here.

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