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Spring Gingham Dishcloths

Spring Gingham Dishcloths
Spring Gingham Dishcloths

"A modern, free crochet pattern perfect for updating your spring decor! I made the Spring Gingham Dishcloths in pink, green and purple, but really you can make any color combo you want using basic worsted weight cotton yarn. You can also use these as a trendy DIY washcloth. This free pattern requires approx. 65 yards of worsted weight cotton/cotton blend yarn per dishcloth as well as a 5.0mm crochet hook. I used a combination of Premier Home Cotton and Lily Sugar n Cream for the pictured sample."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I would not consider this project to be easy because of the color changes and the carry feature. If you are good with your tension as a beginner, you may have success with this pattern because there is a wonderful instructional video. I love the gingham design and I plan on making a couple of these.

The print gingham takes me back to summer and those sundress that my mom would dress me in. They always were so cool and I loved the feel of the gingham design. These dishcloths would add a touch of spring to the kitchen and brighten up the room. Thanks for the free pattern.

Springtime touches are coming out in my house. These colorful gingham dishcloths are a fast and fun way to update your decor for spring! You can make any color combo you want using basic worsted weight cotton yarn, but these pink, green and purple colors are perfect.

I love gingham! I have had some kind of yellow gingham curtains in my kitchen for years, and last year I even figured out how to paint my tiled ceiling to match! These dishcloths will be just the finishing touch for my new Spring kitchen. I generally dont get that excited about Spring cleaning, but my kitchen is the exception. Throw open those sparkling clean windows and let the fresh air inside!

I have always love the look of the Gingham Dishcloths and these are just so sweet and easy to crochet. I like that she used cotton yarn that are the best for dishcloths. This pattern is well written and easy to follow, with a well done video showing how to do it. I'm not a fan of weaving in all the ends of the cut yarn, so I always just carry the colors over the work. It makes for a nice looking color blend, and yes it does use more yarn, but you get a thicker fabric. Just what I like for doing dishes. I'm adding this pattern to my files and will be making these soon. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet dishcloth pattern.

These are so cute. And they are very easy. They take very little yarn and can be made up quickly. I would like to make a set of them in various colors to give as a house warming gift. You can never have enough of these mine tend to disappear. I need to make myself a few too.

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