Make Chores Less Painful With 8 Fast & FREE Crochet Dishcloths

Free Crochet Dishcloth Patterns

Make the chore of scrubbing and drying dishes a little less painful using one of these free crochet dishcloth patterns!

No one enjoys scrubbing and drying dishes, but it’s a chore we must all endure. Why not make the task a little less painful using a few crochet dishcloth patterns?

Unlike store-bought dishcloths, the crochet variety can be customized to match the colors in your kitchen. Not the matchy-matchy type? You can crochet any color palette, from a rainbow to a neutral color.

Remember that you’ll be laundering your crochet dishcloth patterns quite a bit, so always use a fiber that’s durable and washable. Yarn like Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton is ideal since you can wash it and dry it with your usual laundry.

Did we mention that these crochet dishcloth patterns also make great (and ridiculously quick) housewarming gifts? Start stitching one of these free patterns today!

Granny's Remix Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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1. Granny’s Remix Dishcloth

You only need 25  yards of cotton to make this dishcloth! This rainbow design is perfect if you’re using scraps from your stash, but you could also stitch up a color combo that matches your kitchen decor.

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Valley Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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2. Valley Dishcloth

The textured stitch of this dishcloth is great for soaking up dirt and water. The stitch is repetitive, so once you memorize it you can stitch while you watch TV or chat with friends. I love designer mommiknits‘ suggestion to whip these up for housewarming gifts!

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Crocheted Skull Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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3. Crocheted Skull Dishcloth

Not a fan of the traditional dishcloth designs? This pattern is right up your alley. Speaking of the unique skull and crossbones design, creator Janis Frank asks: “Now who DOESN’T want that in their kitchen! Crazy people, that’s who.”

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Simple Ribbed Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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4. Simple Ribbed Dishcloth

Looking for something simple? Beginners — or more advanced crocheters who want to stitch a dishcloth in a flash — will love this pattern that features simple single and double crochet. 

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Asterisk Washcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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5. Asterisk Washcloth

This star-like stitch is too pretty for just one project. Use it to stitch up a washcloth, dishcloth, blanket, sweater, bath mat — practically anything! Remember to use a durable, washable fiber like cotton to make care easy.

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Killer Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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6. Killer Dishcloth

Designer Shannon K. isn’t crazy about those bulky cottons, so she designed this one using a DK-weight cotton. The result is a dishcloth that has a bit more movement and drape — perfect for cleaning and drying hard-to-reach nooks.

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CrissCross Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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7. CrissCross Dishcloth

Double crochets that crisscross their way across the dishcloth give you a nice texture for scrubbing. The contrasting border is perfect for using up those tiny bits of scrap that you’re not sure what to do with.

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Star Hexagon Dishcloth FREE Crochet Pattern

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8. Star Hexagon Dishcloth

Ready to try a shape that’s new and different from the usual dishcloths? How about a star? Work your way from the center out using as many different colors as you’d like. The hook attached to the top lets you hang it on cabinets and hooks for easy storage.

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