We are introducing color to our kitchens with some pretty awesome examples of knitting patterns for dishcloths today. Reusable washcloths are becoming more and more popular, without a doubt. That’s awesome because they are eco-friendly, quick, and easy to make. With these Colorful Dishcloths, cleaning and washing up definitely won`t seem like such a dull chore anymore. You will not only help the planet but also have a practical item that you can use around the house. Moreover, the cloths will make a wonderful addition to a pampering basket or a housewarming gift.
Use pure cotton or bamboo yarn for these wonders because these materials absorb water better and they are delicate for our skin. Don`t forget to choose colors that will suit your decor too! We have selected examples that will help you decide between neutrals, pastels, and deep shades. Let’s dive in! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Bright Diamonds Free Knitting Pattern
How delightful are these colors? Can you feel their calming and sense-soothing powers already? Neutral shades of the earth coupled with dusty, powder pinks will look gorgeous in every interior, no matter the style. All the romantic souls will certainly be drawn to them!
Level: upper beginner Author: DROPS design
Delightful Dishcloths Free Knitting Pattern
These simple, yet elegant dishcloths will give your kitchen or bathroom a chic touch of simplicity and rustic charm. Use vivid colors from the photo below or customize your set with stripes or trendy ombre. You can add loops and hang the clothes around the house for everyone to enjoy.
Level: beginner Author: Charlotte Marjoribanks
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Clean & Colourful Free Knitting Pattern
Oh, the power of pastel shades! So lovely, aren’t they? Whether you like spending hours in the bathroom or you are the family chef, you will surely find these washcloths very useful. They are knitted in a waffle stitch that gives them a great texture and absorbency.
Level: beginner Author: DROPS design