Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth


Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth

Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth
Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth

Get your kitchen clean in a jiffy with these Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth. Not only do these crochet dishcloths work up quickly, but they will make clean up a breeze! The little granules all around the dishcloth pattern make scrubbing your counter tops a less daunting chore than before because they get up all that ground-in food and dirt. These crocheted dishcloths even come with an easy little loop hole so that you can hang a few of them up on the wall for fast drying time and easy access. As this crochet pattern is perfect for beginners and doesn't take much time to make, you could create new dishcloths just in time for the next bridal shower or housewarming party on your calendar. Colorful as can be, these pretty crochet kitchen patterns will brighten just about any home!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge13 sts and 12 rows = 4" [10 cm] in pat.

Finished SizeApprox 13" [33 cm] square.

Materials List

  • Lily® Sugar’n Cream® (Solids: 2.5 oz/70.9 g; 120 yds/109 m; Ombres: 2 oz/56.7 g; 95 yds/86 m), 2 balls per dishcloth

    Black Currant (01318) 

    Natural Ombre (00228) 

    Warm Brown (01130) 
  • Size U.S. H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.

Dishcloth Pattern

  1. Ch 44.

  2. 1st row: (RS). 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 sc in each ch to end of chain. Turn. 43 sts. 

  3. 2nd row: Ch 1. *1 sc in next sc. 1 tr in next sc. Rep from * across to last sc, pushing tr to RS of work. 1 sc in last sc. Turn

  4. 3rd row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each st to end of row. Turn

  5. 4th row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each of first 2 sc. *1 tr in next sc. 1 sc in next sc. Rep from * across to last sc, pushing tr to RS of work. 1 sc in last sc. Turn.

  6. 5th row: As 3rd row. Rep 2nd to 5th rows for pat until work from beg measures 13" [33 cm], ending on a RS row.

  7. Hanging Loop: Ch 10. Join with sl st in last sc worked. 

  8. Fasten off.


Right side
Single crochet
Sl st
Slip stitch
Treble crochet

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I guess because of the stitch used to make these textured dish clothes is the reason for the amount of yarn necessary. I am curious to know just how well these dry out between use. For me that is a health concern. Can anyone comment to that?

This is a wonder beginner friendly project. The stitches used here will give the beginner the opportunity to work on that simple but crucial stitch the SC or single crochet. This will help one practice the tension so that your skill level increases. A lot of the hard work is learning how to hold the needle and create even tension. At the end you will have a practical item.

I love the idea of this pattern. I have a ton of cotton yarn, and am trying to find different patterns to make with it all. I think this one will be great, and definitely something different than I have been making lately. I also think it will be bigger than I have been making, which is really nice.

What's nice about making your own dishcloth is that you can choose the colors that will match with your kitchen and appliances. These Super Speedy Textured Dishcloths are so attractive, you'd always want to stay in the kitchen.

why do the bumps show up on the wrong side after the 3rd row??

Hi tribula, This is a Yarnspirations pattern, so the best source for your answers would be the Yarnspirations customer support. I'm sure they'd be happy to help you with any questions you might have. :) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

The pattern does say to push the treble crochet bumps to the front of the work. Hope that helps!

I love to make my own dishcloths and they are my favorite go to project when I need a quick gift for a new friend or coworker. They are so easy to make and depending on the pattern they dont usually take much yarn and who doesnt use a dishcloth? These have such a Fall feel to them.

This is a great dishcloth, especially when worked up in the Lily Sugar-n-Cream cotton yarn. Ive made a couple already, and not only do they perform very well, but they wash up beautifully. Ive only run them through the washer on delicate, but theyve held up just fine. Like any crocheted object, I would recommend putting them in a small garment bag anytime you wash them.

These are really quick and simple, and they have a nice texture to them. I made up several in no time at all. Perfect as gifts or for a craft table at an event. I think I may also try making some using a scrubby type yarn and see how they turn out.

I don't crochet, but my sister does and she said these were very easy to make. I'm the lucky one, she made me two for my birthday!!! My sister also used another pattern for another set of dishcloths. The pattern is so pretty and her hand work is so good, I framed one to hang as art.

I don't crochet, but my sister does and she said these were very easy to make...I'm the lucky one, she made me two for my birthday!!!

I love these dish cloths, my 13 year old granddaughter is learning to crochet and I will help her make these for Christmas gifts.

I love this Super Speedy Textured Dishcloth pattern. Not only is this a great dishcloth, it's a great wash cloth. My grand kids love using these in the bath tub. The Texture feels great on the skin and works well for scrubbing the dishes. Love this!! Thank you for this free crochet pattern..

I love this pattern. Crochet dishcloths are so quick to make and they last for a very long time before they start to fall apart. They look great in solid colours, as well as variegated colours too. Why not crochet a few and wrap them up nicely with some twine and give them as a gift? People love crocheted dishcloths!

I love thus idea with the TR acting as lil scrubbers! Once I finish the afgahn I am working on, I am making these to match my new kitchen decor! Thanks for posting this pattern.

Can you show what a tr is? What does the stitch look like?

BJ FollmerWeirich - Tr stands for treble stitch. I have updated the pattern to include the abbreviations. You can find a tutorial for the treble stitch in this link http// == a-Treble-Stitch - Happy Crocheting! - Editor of

How big is the finished product?

kaylamaren - the dishcloths are approximately 13 inch squares

What does pushing tr to RS of work?

Tr = triple stitch and RS = right side of work.

What do you mean in row 2? what is a tr?

does it really take two balls to make one cloth? or should it say one ball makes two cloths?

Just finished making one of these, it took 1 3/4 balls to make one dishcloth.

I want to make these.


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