Crochet Granny Triangle Dishcloths

Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet a Triangle Granny Dishcloth Let me show you how to make a simple triangle dishcloth. This dishcloth is just like a granny square but it’s only three sided. The corners are slightly different as the corners must turn more than 90 degrees as it’s a triangle. Keep in mind that anything for the kitchen […]

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Crochet Strawberry Dishcloth + Tutorial

Reading Time: < 1 minute Strawberry Dishcloth Learn how to crochet a simple strawberry dishcloth. Cute and easy to do. This will wipe up fast. It can be used as a washable dishcloth or a decoration for your kitchen. But makes sure you use 100%Cotton as cotton is fantastic for dishcloths! Get this free pattern, it’s called Granny Strawberry Dishcloth. […]

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Crochet Chrysanthemum Dishcloth + Tutorial

Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Dishcloth Learn how to crochet an amazing dishcloth that resembles a Chrysanthemum. It’s compact and sturdy enough for practical use but is also fabulous enough for decor as well. Use it for a centre piece for the table or even just as an accessory to match your kitchen decor. The flower part is an […]

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Lemon Lime Dishcloth + Tutorial

Reading Time: 3 minutes Lemon Lime Textured Dishcloth Learn with Jeanne on how to create a textured woven crochet dishcloth. Below is a pattern that has photographs to show you how. Lily Sugar & Cream – 2 colours – I used Hot Green and Yellow Crochet hook size 5.0mm H Yarn needle Finished size is 7” square, but gauge […]

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Lemon Lime Towel Ring + Tutorial

Reading Time: 4 minutes Lemon Lime Textured Tea Towel Ring Create a crochet towel holder that is extremely useful for the kitchen. Follow the free pattern to make your own. Lily Sugar & Cream – 2 colors – I used Yellow and Hot Green Crochet hook size 5.0mm H Hair elastic – 1 ½ “ diameter Small button, needle […]

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Tunisian Knit Stitch Dishcloth

Reading Time: < 1 minute Tunisian Knit Stitch Dishcloth Learn to do the Tunisian Knit Stitch and do this simple dishcloth as your testing sample. You can use the Simple Stitch Dish Cloth instructions but substitute the stitches to the Tunisian Knit Stitch. I cannot emphasize how much I love this stitch. This stitch is brilliant and makes me look […]

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