Simple Dishcloth Pattern For A Beginner Crocheter

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This simple dishcloth pattern is super for anyone brand new at crocheting or not sure if what they are doing yet. No Border Dishcloth designed by the Creative Grandma is the perfect project for the first time crocheters who want to try to make a project but are a little afraid of the border. The written pattern is presented at the end of the video so watch around the min 32-33 to see the the step by step written pattern for this easy crochet dishcloth.

The design is really cute and the edges are pretty well even so the border is not really required. However, if you wish you can add a little border. Here is a video tutorial that will show you how to put a single crochet picot border around a single crochet afghan or block. You can use this simple and delicate border for this dishcloth as well.


Simple Dishcloth Pattern For A Beginner Crocheter

No Border Dishcloth is a pattern I made for a viewer who requested a simple dishcloth pattern for a beginner crocheter. This little dishcloth is perfect to learn the single and double crochet stitches. No Border required. This dishcloth can also be made larger by adding 2 chains for each increase, for each increase wide, add 2 rows per increase to length in center of pattern. Have fun crocheting!!

Simple Dishcloth Pattern For A Beginner Crocheter

No Border Dishcloth Video Tutorial

Thanks to Creative Grandma for the article inspiration and featured image.

There are no FREE written instructions, only the video tutorial that goes with the pattern. You can buy the written instructions here. 

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9 thoughts on “Simple Dishcloth Pattern For A Beginner Crocheter”

  1. Please send me the pattern for the three color, no border, dish cloth. I am fairly new at crocheting. I can get the stitches, but cannot seem to follow the verbal instructions for turns. I wanted to learn something easy and quick to make for the Christmas Children’s Shoeboxes. Our church fills boxes for the Samaritans Purse Organization every year. I was wanting to use these dish clothes as wash clothes to put in the boxes for children. We will be filling in excess of 500 boxes. Thanks!

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