Nowadays, as we’re constantly looking for new ways to lead more organic lives, having your own crochet washcloths or dishcloths is absolutely cool. They are very easy to crochet! It is also a great way to practice your stitches or learn some new ones. All of these pieces have fantastic textures as the stitches are always quite dense. You can make these crochet washcloths in any color you like. How about nice bright ones for a modern look? How about classic shades of gray? Cotton absorbs water well and it is durable, therefore it is a perfect type of yarn for crochet kitchen accessories. As these projects are quick and easy, they make perfect last-minute gifts. Why don’t you add some luxurious soap bars and lotions to the package? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free Crochet washcloth patterns
Suzette Stitch Wash Cloth
Do you know how to crochet suzette stitch? If not, this project is the best way to learn it and make something cute in the process. Carolyn’s cotton washcloths are very simple and require little yarn. The subtle texture is enough to help you gently scrub something off your kitchen counter.
Level: beginner Author: Carolyn Calderon
photo by Carolyn Calderon / ravelry.com
Simple Little Washcloth
These adorable vintage-style washcloths will come in handy in every kitchen. Nicky went for cream-colored yarn and a dusty blue picot edging. Such washcloth works up really fast and will make a great gift – especially if you make a couple of them with differently colored trims.
Level: beginner Author: Nicky Jones
photo by Nicky Jones / ravelry.com
Basic stitches coupled with lovely colors always guarantee awesome effects. This set of super practical washcloths proves that, without a doubt! If you want to make yourself a solid kitchen accessory during your relaxing crochet session in front of the TV, this pattern will meet your expectations. The author is evidently a genius!
Level: beginner Author: Andrea Leek
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
C2C Moss Stitch Washcloth
Green is the color of spring! This project is such a fantastic opportunity to learn a new technique. This practical kitchen accessory is pretty easy and works up so fast. We are certain that you won’t stop after crocheting just one!
Level: beginner Author: Erin Sharp
Why do we love this pattern so much? Maybe because it uses an awesome type of puff stitch that gives such a lovely texture to our washcloths. The Ombre effect looks stunning here, right? So eye-catching!
Level: beginner Author: Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)
Crunchy Stitch Dishcloth
Although this design looks quite complex, you certainly shouldn’t get intimidated by it! In fact, it only uses two basic stitches, therefore it is great for beginners. The stitches give this dishcloth such a great texture!
Level: beginner Author: Kara Gunza
Easy Peasy Washcloth
Practice new crochet techniques with this lovely pattern for super useful kitchen accessories. This pattern will make the time your family spends in the kitchen so much nicer! You can finish the project with a contrasting border.
Level: beginner Author: Marie Biswell
Linen Stitch Dishcloth
Master the linen stitch with this exciting tutorial and make yourself a set of lovely dishcloths at the same time. Use scraps of colorful yarn to make it more cheerful and to show off this lovely texture! We admire the author of this version for these sweet colors!
Level: beginner Author: Dedri Uys
Pointy Crocodile Stitch Washcloths
Crocodile stitches are always magical! This one by Crafting Happiness is no exception, without a doubt. Do you prefer it in two shades or in a single color? We can’t decide! If you like charming crochet washcloths, this pattern is for you.
Level: upper beginner Author: Crafting Happiness
Spill the Beans Washcloth
What a wonderful accessory for the kitchen! We are so into the awesome stitch and edging Esther Thompson based her design on. How about you? Do you think a set of these washcloths would be a cool handmade gift for a passionate chef?
Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Thompson
Easy, stylish, and super practical! If you are looking for new crochet patterns for washcloths, you should certainly try this one written by Kristine Mullen. The great news is you can do it no matter your level of experience, even if you are a beginner!
Level: beginner Author: Kristine Mullen