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Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth
Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth

Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth

The Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth is a great quick example of how to do this double thickness crochet stitch. My friend Megan showed me how to do this stitch and I was so inspired by it.

The video tutorial demonstrates how to do this stitch as a single crochet which includes finishing the project. In the second half of the tutorial, I restarted and did it as a double crochet thermal stitch. Both examples show how to start and finish a project.

See the free downloadable pattern that I have written which includes the photography below.

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Video Demonstration

More Pictures of the Steps

Thermal Stitch Begin Stitch
Thermal Stitch Begin Stitch
Thermal Stitch Insert into Backloop of Row
Thermal Stitch Insert into Backloop of Row
Thermal Stitch Insert into Remaining Loop in Row Below
Thermal Stitch Insert into Remaining Loop in Row Below
Thermal Stitch Yarn Over Pull Through 2 Loops
Thermal Stitch Yarn Over Pull Through 2 Loops
Thermal Stitch Step is Created with Stitch to Use Next Row
Thermal Stitch Step is Created with Stitch to Use Next Row

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11 thoughts on “Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth + Tutorial

  1. Thank you! This will be perfect for a bathroom rug I’ve been wanting to make. It will give it some thickness for comfort, but, hopefully, still be thin enough for the door to open over it. I also want to test it out in self-striping yarn like Mandala, which will help with the thickness, too.

  2. I use the thermal single crochet stitch when making Potholders and table runners/trivets/handle covers, using 100% cotton. In the video you said you tried to do different colors on each side…I did one by changing colors each row leaving a fringe on the sides rather than weaving all the ends in. I tried using multiple balls of yarn but it really didn’t work well for me. Hope this helps…

  3. Ah, do you have the instructions for the double crochet version of the Thermal Stitch Dishcloth yet? That’s the one I want to do. The quick one. Thanks, Carol

  4. WOW! I’m impressed. Great way to get a decent thickness. Can’t wait to try it ! Love the video – makes it so much easier to understand. Carol

    • I have been making thermo baby blankets for years, with the baby wool, 3 ply, with one colour on one side and another color on the other side then knot the 4 ends together. I have had a thermo blanket on my bed for over 39 years

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