These dish cloths only take one ball of cotton yarn each and work up quickly. The great textures will get those dishes clean and look great in your kitchen at the same time!
It's a funny thing, but people who have used crocheted (or knitted) dishcloths generally want no others. For decades they have been both very effective and extremely eco-friendly (toss them in a hot washer when scungy, and they come right back up). Here are three fine designs for them, which not only give you practical gifts, but can teach various crochet stitches to newbies.
I have been crocheting, spinning, felting, and knitting for a number of years now and just have a passion for it! You can find my patterns at Patternfish.com and Ravelry.com. I am a Professional member of the CGOA and live in Rockaway, New Jersey with my husband Glenn and my cockatiel Mendelssohn.