Enjoy these crochet dishcloth patterns for in the kitchen, the bathroom, or for cleaning and dusting throughout the home.
Crocheted dishcloths make for durable cloths, not only for the kitchen, but for around the home as well. They make for excellent and gentle scrubbers for your dishes or for your face and body. And they are also great for dusting around the home.
Many of these dishcloths have a lovely texture, which makes them natural for scrubbing. Plus, a few of these are also pretty enough to use as doilies.
So what are you waiting for? Why not check out the following free crochet dishcloth patterns, and make a few for yourself and a few for gifting.
Front Loops Dishcloth by CrochetN’Crafts
This dishcloth pattern is worked in the front loops only, thus giving you a nice soft cloth for your dishes or the face.
The finished size measures 7 inches square, but is easy to adjust to any size you want.
Citrus Splash Dishcloth by The Stitchin’ Mommy
Crochet this dishcloth in any seasonal stripes. The ones shown are perfect for the summer, but it’ll look just as cheerful in fall, Christmas or Easter colors as well.
The pattern is perfect for learning your chevron stitch as it comes with lots of photos.
Kelly Green Dishcloth by Home Made Hats by Cheryl
The pretty lace in this dishcloth is sure to impress your guests. And I’m sure it’ll look lovely in all sorts of variegated colors, or any color to match your kitchen.
Crochet Dishcloth by Petals to Picots
Crocheted in the Canadian Patriotic colors; however, this dishcloth is perfect for celebrating any holiday or occasion throughout the world.
Star Stitch Dishcloth by My Hobby is Crochet
This pattern looks great in a dishcloth, and looks like the texture will make scrubbing easier for you.
The pattern also includes the stitch multiple, so you can basically crochet this to any size you want, including a full-sized afghan.
Textured Dishcloth by MNE Crafts
If you love simple stripes, then this dishcloth pattern is for you. With only two colors, it’s the perfect way to clean up your stash and make something that you can re-use over and over again.
Striped Dishcloths by The Stitchin’ Mommy
This colorful dishcloth can be crocheted in any fruity colors to match your kitchen decor.
The pretty colors are added simply by slip stitching across the finished dishcloth.
Simplicity Washcloth by Simply Collectible
This dishcloth looks like it’s the perfect cloth for beginners to learn on. It’s simple, but perfect for anything and everything.
Crochet Dishcloth by Little Monkeys Crochet
Add a bit of textures to your kitchen with this elegant looking dishcloth. Crochet it in one or more colors to match any decor.
The pattern also provides you with a stitch count so you can increase to any size you want.
Scottie Plaid Dishcloth by Crochet For You
Here is another pretty dishcloth pattern with surface stripes. And it’ll look great in any gift basket as well!
Cotton Dishcloth by Patterns For Crochet
Here is a nice and large dishcloth pattern for those who enjoy the larger cloths. Plus it’s got a lovely texture to trap lots of debris.
The Ups and Downs of Dishes by Cre8tion Crochet
Do you get the downs when having to wash your dishes? Well this dishcloth will help with that as it has a lovely texture to make your job easier.
Easy Crochet Dishcloth by My Hobby is Crochet
It may be easy to whip up, but check out the gorgeous textures this dishcloth presents. It’s great for gifting or for use around your own home.
The finished size measures 9 inches square. But the pattern provides a stitch multiple so you can crochet this to any size you want.
Alternating Dishcloth by CrochetN’Crafts
Here is another colorful design with lots of textures. Choose any three colors to make it easy for color changes.
Simple and Practical Dish Cloth by Stitch11
Simple is always good, which makes this a handy go-to pattern. Plus, the stitches are easy, making this also a suitable pattern for beginners.
Up and Down Dishcloth by Oombawka Design
The stitches go up and down in this dishcloth. Hence you get a lovely texture that’s perfect for scrubbing.
Lotus Bloom Dishcloth by Fiber Flux
The flowery design makes this cloth perfect for the summer. Or, use it as a pretty doily around the home throughout the year!
Textured Dishcloth by The Lavender Chair
The pretty textures are created with post stitches, making this also a very durable cloth for use around the home.
Little Toughies Wash Cloth by Snappy Tots
This is my kind of cloth because it only measures 6″ wide. It’s great for small hands and also features a lovely texture.
The Wonky Vs Dishcloth by LisaAuch
This is crocheted in no ordinary v-stitches. It’s a more solid and textural v-stitch, which makes it ideal for a dishcloth.
Round Dishcloth by Patterns For Crochet
Here is another pretty pattern that can be used for cleaning as well as for a pretty doily.
The finished size measures 9.5″ across.
Little Diamonds Dishcloth by CrochetKim
The elegance in this cloth makes it ideal for gifting at weddings and/or during the holidays.
Linen Stitch Dishcloths by My Recycled Bags
You definitely can’t go wrong with the linen stitch. It’s quick and easy to whip up, and it results in a beautiful texture!
On the pattern page you’ll find a link to a chart for the linen stitch. The pattern then provides you with the stitch count you need to make a dishcloth.
A Shell of a Washcloth by Stitch11
Check out the gorgeous textures in this beauty! And it’s great for scrubbing and dusting anything and everything throughout the home.
Lacy Textures Dishcloth by CrochetN’Crafts
Last but not least, we have yet another beautiful and textured cloth. It’s a small cloth, but the pattern gives a stitch count to increase the size if you need to.
So there you have it, another collection of 25 free crochet patterns. And if you like, visit Crochet Pattern Bonanza for over 100 more FREE Crochet Dishcloth Patterns.