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Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth (Free Pattern)

This seed stitch crochet dishcloth tutorial will provide all the instruction you need to make your own.

Updated July 10, 2018
Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Free Pattern

This Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth is so beautiful, isn't it? Once you learn the seed stitch, you will see how easy it is to make this 6" x 6" dishcloth in any colors you desire. It's a simple pattern and definitely one of the best crochet dishcloth patterns we've seen.

This free pattern is a great idea for a quick crochet project, especially if you want to add a bit of color to your kitchen. A pretty crochet dishcloth like this would also make a fabulous gift idea for a housewarming party.

As you will see from the notes by the pattern, this version uses three colors: green, yellow, and white. However, it's just one of the options. Make this in a solid color, do a double color stripe, or work up every row in a different color. The possibilities are endless and, with the seed stitch, all options come out beautifully.


This tutorial was written by Rhondda Mol from Oombawka Design Crochet. Visit her site for lots of tips for beginners, crochet tutorials, free patterns, round-ups, and more!

Easy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugeapproximately 4 sets of (1 sc, ch 1) in 2 inches

approximately 7 rows in 2 inches

Finished Size6" x 6"

Materials List

  • Yarn: Medium Weight Cotton [4] (Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn pictured)
  • Hook: 5 mm (G) (Furls Streamline Ebony pictured)

Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

Abbreviations:
beg - begin
CC1 - contrast color 1 (white)
CC2 - constrast color 2 (yellow)
ch - chain
ch1sp - chain 1 space
MC - main color (green)
R - row
rem - remaining
rep - rep
sc - single crochet
sk - skip
st / sts - stitch / stitches
* **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.
[] – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches

Notes:

  • Project is worked back and forth in rows.
  • Color changes are made on the last yarn over of the last sc of the row. When you are adding a new color of yarn simply add the new color by way of a slip knot right on your hook and pull the slip knot through as the final yarn over of the stitch.
  • Carry your unused yarn up the side of the project. Be sure to carry the yarn loosely or else the edges of the project will become too tight and they will pucker and cause the project to bunch up on the sides.
  • Color pattern repeated for sample: MC (green), CC1 (white) and CC2 (yellow).

Seed Stitch Dishcloth Pattern:

  1. R1: MC: Ch 25, beg in 2nd ch from the hook and work 1 sc in the next ch. *Ch 1, sk 1 ch, 1 sc in the next ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch. 1 sc in the last ch; changing to CC1 on the last yarn over of the last sc of the row. Ch 1, turn. [13 sc, 11 ch1sp]

  2. R2: CC1: 1 sc in the first st. *Ch 1, sk 1 sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 sc in the last sc; changing to CC2 on the last yarn over of the stitch. Ch 1, turn. [13 sc, 11 ch1sp]

  3. R3-R25: Rep R2; changing colors on the last yarn over of the last stitch of each row. Do not change colors at the end of the final row, instead continue to the Finishing Instructions below.

  4. Finishing Instructions:
    Ch 1, rotate to work along the side edge of the project. Work 1 sc in each row end, being sure to work over the yarn you carried from the color changes.

    Ch 1, rotate to work along the beg ch row of the project. Work 1 sc in each st across.

    Ch 1, rotate to work along the side edge of the project. Work 1 sc in each row end, being sure to work over the yarn you carried from the color changes.

    Ch 1, rotate to work along the final row of the project. Work 1 sc in each st and ch across. Finish off and weave in ends.

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This design is so festive, I love it. It's bright and fun but can be used year-round.

Neato! Vintage-looking! Something about this one that makes me think of 1950's gramma's kitchen. I adore the simplicity and dainty look to the seed stitch, and the dual colors used are so pretty. How about using this pattern idea to give your current kitchen towels a loop to hang them?

If youve already worked the tutorial included in this post, then youre already on your way to finishing this dishcloth. This post doesnt include all the wonderful photos that appear in the tutorial, so if you get stuck, just hop on over and refresh your memory. Try some of Rhonddas other designs as well. Dishcloths are a great way to expand your skills without committing time or yarn to a big project.

I love making dishcloths, washcloths, and spa cloths as gifts and for myself to use. My Aunt loves these too and she used to make them when she was younger before her hands hurt her so much. She recently had her house burgled and of all things to have stolen were all the handmade cloths that I gave her.

I guess you should take that as a compliment???

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