Get your kitchen ready for summer with this cute Pink Grapefruit Dishcloth. This beginner crochet pattern works up quickly and is a great way to practice your crochet skills. It's also a fun and easy way to practice changing colors. Make one or several in all your favorite bright summer colors.
Liven up your kitchen by adding some bright colors and patterns to your decor. This Catch a Wave Dishcloth uses single and double crochet, so it's great for beginners and those who are looking for easy crochet projects.
Crochet a matching place mat, napkin holder and coaster for a cheerful table setting with a daisy theme. You can even crochet a matching chair cushion.
Make dishcloths a bit more interesting with granny squares that are fun to crochet. These granny square cloths really perk up a kitchen.
Everyone loves ice cream but not everyone loves frozen fingers. With this Brain Freeze Ice Cream Sleeve, you'll never feel that horrible chill again! This is one of the most simple crochet patterns but it looks great and is so practical.
Give your kitchen a little vintage flair with this sweet Scalloped Cherry Dishcloth. Great for all levels of crochet fans, this free crochet dishcloth pattern is a great way to bring a little sweetness to your decor.
Use your favorite colors and this free pattern to crochet a contrasting checkerboard placemat. These placemats are the perfect way to add a quick and easy burst of color and your own style to your kitchen.
Crochet a cornucopia of vegetables including tomato, corn, eggplant, and carrots. Kids can use for a play kitchen or use as a decorative accent in the kitchen.
The crochet hexagon rug free crochet pattern has bright radiating stripes that can be modified to fit your home's decor. This crochet rug is a nice size for a bathroom or area rug and it's easy to make.
Crochet a dish cloth with popping daffodils and fancy edging to match a plain dishcloth with blocks of cheerful colors. This dish cloth set crochet pattern brings the sun into your kitchen.