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Thick Crochet Dishcloths

By: Jamey Ekins from
Thick Crochet Dishcloths

These Thick Crochet Dishcloths are nice, chunky, and textured. There are an endless number of ways to use this pattern, so feel free to use your imagination. You can use them as a face cloth to wash off your makeup at the end of the day or as a great general house cleaning cloth. These crochet dishcloths are durable and versatile. They make a great gift for anyone in your life. Since they are quick and easy to work up, you can make a set of three or four in various colors and present a handmade package to a loved one. Everyone uses dishcloths in one capacity or another. You can't go wrong with this easy crochet pattern.


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

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I am just wondering what the finished size of the double thick dish cloths are? If I missed something somewhere... You know, sometimes the more simplistic patterns can be the most beautiful. These dish cloths are not lacking in style and substance. Nice job!

Thick Crochet Dishcloths perfect as gifts this Christmas to friends, family, officemates, colleagues, your child's teacher. or for selling it in a bazar. Good idea, right? What are you waiting for. Let's start it now.

This is such a nice pattern for beginners. As the designer says, you only need to know how to work a chain and single crochet. Cant get more basic than that. The only tricky part is learning to hold the two yarns together as one. Ive found that the hardest thing for most beginners to master is tension, so this may take some practice. The result looks similar to the linen stitchperfect for a wash cloth.

I love making and customizing my own dishcloths. Its the best way to get the size and material that actually goes with and matches everything in my kitchen. They last so much longer and are so much better than the mass produced cheap ones from China that you buy in stores.

Honestly I have never got the point of crocheting dish cloths. The shop bought ones are so cheap plus if I have hand made something it would be heart breaking to use it to mop up water or wipe something off, lol. However I really like this design of thick sc back and forth and winter is on the way so I am going to use it to make a small rug for my craft studio to put my feet on when sitting at my work table!

I love to make dishcloths! I just never thought of doubling the yarn to make it thicker. Silly me! Thanks for the great idea. I know I am going to have to make a bunch of these to give to my friends. Are there any ideas as to which colors are better and won't bleed in the laundry?


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