Textured Stripes Dishcloth

Textured Stripes Dishcloth

by Kiel Lemon

textured stripe dc

Materials needed: 4-ply, worsted weight crochet cotton; Hook Size H/8, 5.00 mm

Begin with Ch. 31.

Row 1: Sl st into third ch from hook. *Hdc in next ch. Sl st in next ch. Repeat from * to end of row. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 2. Sl st into first hdc. *Hdc into next sl st. Sl st into next hdc. Repeat from *, ending with sl st in top of turning ch. Turn.

Rows 3-5: Repeat Row 2.

Row 6: Ch 1. Sc across. Turn.

Rows 7-10: Repeat Row 6.

Rows 11-15: Repeat Row 2.

Rows 16-20: Repeat Row 6.

Rows 21-25: Repeat Row 2.

Rows 26-30: Repeat Row 6.

Rows 31-35: Repeat Row 2.

Finishing: Ch 1. Sc around with 3 sc in each corner. Join with sl st, fasten off.

**Note: You may not reproduce this pattern or distribute it and claim it as your own. You may not sell this pattern in any format. However, if you wish to make items to sell from my pattern, I only ask that you credit me with the design, and link back here if you are selling items online. Thanks!**

10 thoughts on “Textured Stripes Dishcloth

  1. Hi:)
    I`m brito from Norway, and here I`ve started a web-group in honour of the ¨cloth¨, in it`s various forms and shapes! (Dish, bath…s.o.?)
    We are always serching for new patterns in this realm, and today I found you:)
    This is a lovely pattern you share:D
    I will use the opportunety to link to your site!
    Thank you very much!
    You can find me on my website (it`s not where my group is; that is in a Norwegian forum), and maybe you can find some thing you like:)

  2. When I first started crocheting dishcloths, I would make a set of two and choose a new pattern. I decided at some point that it was easier to choose a pattern and use the same pattern for a year. I am coming to the close of a year soon and was looking for a new pattern when I found this one. It looks great. I was also intrigued with your name as my mother’s maiden name was Lemon. It isn’t a name I see very often so I thought I would send you a note. I usually get variegated yarn so I’m not sure that the pattern would show up very well. The pattern I’ve been using for the past year is http://www.heartmadeblessings.org/patterns/CatTracks.asp Have a great day in, with & for Jesus!!

  3. This pattern is beautiful. It’s one that looks difficult but is very quickly and easiky made! Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. I can’t figure out how to go from row 10 to row 11. Row 11 calls for a repeat of row 2 which is using hdc and sl.st. However row 10 is single crochet. Can anyone help me?

    • Toby, you can simply alternate slip stitches and hdc’s across the row in each sc, ending with a sl st. Does that help and make sense?

      • Yes and thanks! I thought that was the case but couldn’t figure out what the 1st hdc would be in the sc row. I seem to be okay now☺️!

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