These colorful crochet gingham dishcloths are a fast and fun way to update your decor for spring! So even if you still have snow on the ground, you can bring bright and fun colors inside. I made these dishcloths in pink, green and purple, but really you can make any color combo you want using basic worsted weight cotton yarn. Keep reading for the free crochet pattern for the Spring Gingham Dishcloths.
Crochet Dishcloths to Update Your Spring Decor
I will be honest, friends...I am totally over winter! It is snowing as I am writing this and I. AM. DONE. I'm so ready for spring sounds, smells and colors! But since I can't control the weather, I decided to control the only thing I can and that's my decor. Springtime touches are coming out in my house now, and since Easter is just around the corner a few of those decorations are popping up too! Recently I also released a matching hand towel to go with this set, so be sure to check out the Spring Gingham Hand Towel free pattern here.
These Spring Gingham Dishcloths were a fun, quick and inexpensive way for me to brighten up my kitchen. You will be able to whip up a set of these in an afternoon, and I think they are perfect dishcloths for spring and summer. I bet they would be a hit at summer craft fairs as well!
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Spring Gingham Dishcloths - Free Crochet Pattern
- Premier Home Cotton Yarn (colors pictured are Fuchsia, Lavender, Lime Green, Flamingo Splash, Violet Splash, Honeydew Splash) and Lily Sugar n Cream (White). Approx. 65 yards of worsted weight cotton or cotton blend yarn are needed total per dishcloth
- I/5.0mm crochet hook - I use Clover Amour
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
- Yarn needle
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
- ch: chain
- SC: single crochet
- DC: double crochet
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How to Crochet the Gingham Stitch (find the left handed video here)
7 sts x 3 rows = 2" square in DC
- Length = 8.5"
- Width = 8.5"
- ch stitches at the beginning of rows/rounds do not count as a stitch
- Yarn should be carried across each row. I carried Color B throughout the entire piece.
- Coordinating colors are: ’Flamingo Splash’ and ‘Fuchsia’, ‘Violet Splash’ and ‘Lavender’, and ‘Honeydew Splash’ and ‘Lime Green’
Color A: White
Color B: Flamingo Splash, Honeydew Splash, Lavender
Color C: Fuchsia, Lime Green, Violet Splash
Starting with ‘White’ ch 29
Row 1: (Color A) DC in 3rd ch from the hook and into the next two ch sts, *(Color B) change colors and DC into the next 3 ch sts, (Color A) change colors and DC into the next 3 ch sts, repeat from * across (27) Turn, carrying Color B to the next row.
Row 2: (Color B) ch 2, DC in next 3 sts, *(Color C) change colors and DC into the next 3 sts, (Color B) change colors and DC into the next 3 sts, repeat from * across (27). Turn, carrying Color B to the next row.
Row 3: (Color A) ch 2, DC in next 3 sts, *(Color B) change colors and DC into the next 3 sts, (Color A) change colors and DC into the next 3 sts, repeat from * across (27). Turn, carrying Color B to the next row.
Row 4-13: repeat Row 2 (on even rows) and Row 3 (on odd rows).
Border: ch 1, SC evenly around the edge of the dishcloth. Ch 2 at each corner before starting the next edge. Sl st to the first st of the round when you reach the point where you started.
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