Who needs free crochet dishcloth patterns? We do! Dishcloths look great in the kitchen, especially handmade ones, but they also have to be useful. They have very important work to do! When making dishcloths, think about a few crucial things – absorption, qualities, thickness, and style. The first one is dependent on the yarn you choose, so don’t go for synthetic ones. Instead, choose natural cotton or linen, which takes the water nicely. If you are going to use these dishcloths with hot pans or pots, make sure they will not melt (polyester yarns DO melt, so beware!) and that the thickness is big enough to keep your hands or table safe. Last but not least, the style! Beautiful Structural Dishcloths can easily make your kitchen look like it was refurbished recently. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Free textured dishcloth crochet patterns
Waffle Kitchen Cloth
If you’re looking for a super-textured crochet dishcloth for your kitchen, the waffle stitch is a way to go. As you can see, this technique creates a highly perforated surface, which, in combination with cotton yarn, will remove any light stains from your kitchen counters.
Level: intermediate Author: Lily Design Team
photo by Lily Design Team / ravelry.com
Retro Stripe Dishcloth
Carmen’s set of striped dishcloths is what your home needs! She used a simple crochet stitch that looks interesting and delicately scrubby. The addition of a brown stripe definitely brings back retro vibes, but you can easily omit it. Simply choose the color palette you like and make a bunch of these beauties.
Level: beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan
photo by Carmen Heffernan / ravelry.com
The Bobblet Cloth
Regarding crochet kitchen accessories, bobbles are always a good solution. This technique provides us with thick, dimensional structures that are comfortable to use and infallible. This set of dishcloths is the ultimate bobble basic.
Level: upper beginner Author: Heart Hook Home
The original pattern and the photos are on Heart Hook Home.
This perfectly basic dishcloth designed with the use of post stitches and bobbles looks so fab in many color combinations. If you like to keep things simple, go for neutrals such as grey or beige. If you want to go color crazy for spring, the possibilities are endless!
Level: upper beginner Author: Dezzyloops
Broken Stripes Dishcloth
The brilliant pattern for this crochet dishcloth can be used in many different projects, not only for kitchen accessories. Blankets, bags, and cowls will all look so great covered with broken stripes. Choose the right colors and let your imagination run free!
Level: upper beginner Author: Heather J Anderson
Lemon Peel Stitch Dishcloth
Have you ever heard of the lemon peel stitch? Oh, it looks and feels so cool! The texture will certainly be great for a crochet dishcloth and other accessories for the kitchen. Josie Anderson knew what she was doing! Follow in her footsteps.
Level: upper beginner Author: Josie Anderson
Winter Waffle Dishcloth
Waffle stitch is certainly among our favorites! Especially when it comes to crochet patterns for dishcloths and other accessories for our kitchens and bathrooms. This pattern by WeCrochet is simple and super practical. Try it when you can!
Level: upper beginner Author: WeCrochet
An awesome crochet dishcloth designed by Janine Mudge from Capital Crochet! We have everything we could ask for in this pattern, evidently. A super useful stitch, simplicity, thickness…a perfect recipe for a practical accessory for your kitchen.
Level: upper beginner Author: Janine Mudge | Capital Crochet