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Cheerful Dish Cloth

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Get in the mood for spring anytime of the year with this daisy-colored yellow and white dish cloth from Lily Sugar n' Cream. This dish cloth crochet pattern brings warmth and cheer to your kitchen. This dattern is for the dish cloth at top right. For the dishcloth at bottom left, see the Daisy Dish Cloth Crochet Pattern.

Cheerful Crochet Dish Cloth

Materials:

  • Lily® Sugar ’n Cream (Solids: 70.9 g/2.5 oz/109 m/120 yds) (Ombres: 56.7g/2 oz/86 m/95 yds) (00165 Daisy Ombre) 1 ball
  • Crochet Hook: Size 5 mm (U.S. H or 8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 13 sts and 12 rows = 4 ins [10 cm] in pat.

Size: Approx 13 ins [33 cm] square.

Instructions:

Ch 44.
1st row: (RS). 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 sc in each ch to end of chain. 43 sts. Turn.
2nd row: Ch 1. *1 sc in next sc. 1 tr in next sc. Rep from * across to last sc, pushing tr to RS of work. 1 sc in last sc. Turn.
3rd row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each st to end of row. Turn.
4th row: Ch 1. 1 sc in each of first 2 sc. *1 tr in next sc. 1 sc in next sc. Rep from * across to last sc, pushing tr to RS of work. 1 sc in last sc. Turn.
5th row: As 3rd row.
Rep 2nd to 5th rows for pat until work from beg measures 13 ins [33 cm], ending on a RS row.
Hanging Loop: Ch 10. Join with sl st in last sc worked. Fasten off.

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There is a certain amount of self help involved with any craft. These dishclothes are super! I've moved right away from buying those horrible off the shelf ones.

i would love to have the boubble pattern i saw yesterday .eloise t

Wish that all the patterns would have the translations at the bottom of the page. ie: sc= single crochet

I think the pattern needs to have more information like the RS or tr to Rs .. i find it confusing.. I found others on different site that is much more friendly user .. if you put the pattern just know you might be dealing with beginners.

Its's bright and I really like it.

I THINK THIS IS A PITIFUL PATTERN SINCE IT CONTAINS ABSOLUTELY NO EXPLANATION OR LEGEND TO DEFINE "RS" OR "pushing tr to RS of work" OR "tr" ETCETERA! HOW IS A NEWBIE SUPPOSED TO KNOW THESE THINGS ANYWAY!?

You need to look up crochet definitions if you are in doubt of what instructions mean.. I just looked at this and I knew right a away that... TR = Treble RS = right side... SC= single crochet DC= Double Crochet HDC= Half Double Crochet. Before you start to crochet you should learn crochet stitches by crocheting a small sample.... Oh Yes CH= Chain

I find it a very nice pattern. Not very many beginners can read a pattern. I know as a younger child my grandmother teaching me to chrochet dollies. It took me to be an adult to learn to read a pattern. I do believe in most books with patterns it would have the definitions to the stiches. Also I do believe it's not labled as a beginners pattern.

I am looking for a pattern to crochet just the top portion of a dish cloth to hang on a knob or stove front. I've seen many at craft fairs, but don't know how to crochet the "hanger" portion for the top of a store bought dish drying cloth. Thanks, Re

Very Cute!!! http://madeinegy.webs.com

I have not made this yet, but I believe the tr will make sort of a puff stitch and you would push the puff stitch through to the right side or all to the same side. The pattern sounds like it will be really cute and make a really good dishcloth.

No one answered Nancy's question, and I have the same one. Of course rs means right side and tr means treble. But what does it mean when it says "push tr to rs of work"?

i agree the question hasn't been answered its so pretty too

What does it mean when it says pushing tr to RS of work? My row ends with the tr and it says one sc in last stitch. I must be doing something wrong! Thanks

amp007: Rep=repeat; pat=pattern; rs=right side.

Rep = repeat pat = pattern RS = right side WS= wrong side

Could anyone tell me what Rep, pat, and RS mean in the instructions for this dishcloth?

I love this pattern! So easy, fast simple. Thank you!!

Ijust had to comment on this dishcloth,the most beautiful one I have ever made,too nice to use as a dishcloth.I will use it as a hotpad.thank you so much for this pattern.

very nice piece to work with rating wa given a 4 since it turned out so nice , great for the beginner since it was after all an easy piece to do.

This was an injoyable dishcloth to make thank-you for an inspiring idea.

Very nice pieces. And splendid colors. Congratulations.

I would lke to take this opportunity to personally thank you for all the wonderful pattersn, instructions on how to do certain stitch, either in crochet or knitting. Of all the websites I browse thru I keep coming back to yours, and it always contains new and interesting patterns, commentaries and lovely pictures in which a person can follow. If I had to rate this website and all the contents that it has available to a person like myself, I would give it more than five stars, and a HUGE THANK YOU for being a website in which I can stop and enjoy and also learn a few more tricks in which to learn. A huge thank you again, and PLEASE keep the information coming. Thank you again, as knitting and crocheting are the crafts in which I can do to relaxe. Kelly

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