If you enjoy knitting as much as I do and especially knitting dishcloths. Then you are probably always on the look out for a new to you fun pattern to knit.
Knitting dishcloths is a great way to practice your knitting skills if you are a beginner. Since it is a small project it is easy to take along and work on while waiting for appointments etc., Dishcloths knit up fast and it is very rewarding to complete a project and move on to the next.
I knit dishcloths for myself as well as my daughters and to give as gifts.
We recently had a wedding shower and were looking for ideas to give out as prizes to the winner when a guest would win one of the games we would be playing.
As one of the prizes we bundled up three dishcloths and tied them up really sweet with a cute ribbon..I was amazed at how many women were disappointed that they didn't win. I Wish we had of thought of it sooner we could have given them out as door prizes instead, then everyone could have received one
Generally my dish clothes are knitted with cotton yarn.
To keep me from getting bored from knitting the same thing over and over again. I am always on the look out for a new pattern. Occasionally when I am in the mood I will try to create my own design..But that takes time and a lot of thought.
While searching I found a few new to me dishcloths..I have placed a picture and the link of each one here for you, just in case you haven't stumbled upon these in your search. The patterns are free, although there maybe some that you will need to join or become a member to get the free pattern..The membership is also free and usually it is to send the newsletter to your email address.
From my heart to yours
From my heart to yours
I love everything about this dishcloth
Easy to knit, great texture around the edges as well as the lacy look on each side of the hearts that create a zigzag pattern
This is a great way to learn knitting a graph and making cute little hearts.
Isn't it pretty?
Window to my heart dish cloth
This is a very pretty dish cloth, Great for beginners so it is easy to knit and includes a loop for hanging.
Butterflies Or Cookies
Baked With Love
Do you love Grandma's homemade cookies? This fresh from the oven Cookie Jar Dishcloth is one of the free knit dish cloth patterns that will remind you of those delicious treats. Create this dishcloth and you'll want to bake cookies all the time!
Snatch this dishcloth up before it flies away! The butterfly design will give your kitchen an charming look. The soft yellow color is cheery and easy on the eyes.
Grandmother's Favorite Remake
I love the look of this dishcloth. It is actually a remake of Grandmothers favorite dishcloth.
It is also worked on the diagonal with a solid border and an open weave center..In the pictures shown here they actually look like they are weaved with linen or a yarn made of jute..it gives it a real classic look.
Of course they can be knit in any color desired, but I am loving these rustic country fall colors
These dish cloths were made using Lion Brand Nature’s Choice Organic Cotton. The yarn is soft and easy to work with.
Out of all the dishcloths I have made, at this time, this is my all time favorite to use. I think I need to get busy and make up a few more. Love it..
The Pattern is free from HelloKnitty : Eloomanator Dishcloths
Lots of Love in these sweet little hearts. Wouldn't they look cute in an afghan?
These would be cute as a dishcloth or a sweet soft washcloth for a wee little one. The perfect gift for a newborn baby.
The Pattern is free and can be found at Knit A Little Store: Baby Hearts
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Pennie on April 25, 2020:
I would love the pattern for the squirrel dishcloth. I have looked and can not find it. Homemaid@hotmail.com. Please and Thank You Pennie
Jjharr.firstname.lastname@example.org on October 14, 2019:
Like Janet, i woukd greatly appreciate having the "Squirrel" pattern, hopefully, for free.
Jean on June 25, 2019:
Your patterns are lovely. Thanks for sharing them.
Guest on April 03, 2019:
Click on “source” to open the pattern
Kazooie4k on March 05, 2018:
Why can’t I link on to any of these patterns and open them?
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on April 23, 2016:
the pattern is not mine . It is from Down Clover lane..Be sure to visit her for more fun patterns..
Janet on April 23, 2016:
Please how can I receive your free knit squirrel dishcloth?
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on March 04, 2013:
I agree they probably would do really good on Etsy
Sheri Dusseault from Chemainus. BC, Canada on March 04, 2013:
I love these dishclothes. I don't knit but go to craft fairs and buy them up. I bet you could sell these on Etsy! Great hub!
Faythe Payne (author) from USA on February 25, 2013:
Thank You Billybuc..I really do appreciate the support..
Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on February 25, 2013:
I'm not a knitter but I do like to support other writers whenever possible, so here I am. Good instructions here. I'll pass it on to a relative who knits.