Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth Pattern

Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth Pattern

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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.

Yarnspirations

Thermal Stitch Dishcloth

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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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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

21 thoughts on “Crochet Thermal Stitch Dishcloth Pattern”

  1. Ann Goodman says:

    Thank you so much Mikey. I’ve been crocheting for years but you have taught me so much & I am very grateful. I was trying to crochet this stitch but got totally stuck with the tutorial I was watching. It was not good! I needed someone who could explain it clearly & was so relieved when I saw you had created a wonderful, clear & comprehensive tutorial. Suddenly it was so easy!!!! You are my hero, thanks again x

  2. Sherri says:

    Hi, If you still haven’t found the pattern there is a lighter teal colored box as you scroll that says Pattern Spark Your Inspiration. Then under that box it says Thermal Stitch Dishcloth, Click that box. I too thought it was an add but it ended up being the pattern. Good luck.

    1. Mikey says:

      Thanks Sherri… All of our clickables are the same colours of the light blue so it separates us from the ads. 🙂

  3. Barbara says:

    Thank you for this pattern! I have seen several, but they have been confusing and disjointed. I knew when I checked yours out I would find one that flowed properly and made sense! The Video is great as always. You Never disappoint. Now I can’t wait to try it. I’m also thinking wider and a hand towel or double-stranded as a potholder.

    1. Marina King says:

      I haven’t worked this up personally but I’ve seen their done ones, it’s pretty neat.

  4. Barbara Bloominger says:

    I can’t find the free written pattern to print???

    1. Marina King says:

      I have added the blue pattern button, hopefully, that helps

  5. Katrina Colburn says:

    PATTERN LINK AND VIDEO WORKING!

  6. Debbie says:

    This is such a cool stitch I love it and your teaching is great thank you for another great video

  7. meryl w aaron-stewart says:

    i really enjoyed this tutorial!!
    thx, mikey!!
    –meryl the battel

  8. Anne S Lundberg says:

    Loved the thermal stitch

    1. Gina says:

      How can I finish the rough sides of the piece. I am making potholders

      1. Marina King says:

        you could try a simple single crochet around

  9. Linda says:

    Could this stitch be used to make a warm blanket thanks

    1. Dawn says:

      Yes I made a blanket. It is sooooo warm!

  10. Kathryn Sullivan says:

    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.

  11. MARTY YAVORSKY says:

    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…

  12. Carol Montgomery says:

    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

  13. Carol Montgomery says:

    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

    1. Maureen Glowasky says:

      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

  14. Carol Montgomery says:

    WOW! I’m impressed. Great way to get a decent thickness. Can’t wait to try it !

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