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Colorful Crochet Dishcloths

By: Allison from
Colorful Crochet Dishcloths
Colorful Crochet Dishcloths
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Wage war on dirty dishes with these Colorful Crochet Dishcloths. These crochet dishcloths are quick and easy to make, and they're excellent weapons in your never-ending battle against food waste and grease. By combining the powers of tulle and cotton yarn, this free dishcloth pattern makes a dishcloth that can absorb and retain soapy water while still having a surface that's great for scrubbing. This pairing keeps the dishcloth from wearing down as easily when the two materials are used separately. Keep that kitchen sink clean with this amazing crochet dishcloth pattern. 


Materials List

  • Tulle
  • Cotton yarn
  • A large crochet hook

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These are so cute and such a great way to use up all those scraps of yarn we just can't part with! I don't know how to crochet, so I use a round loom to make my scrubbies! Now I'll be looking at all the wonderful colors of tulle at the craft store.

Oh! I learned something new here today. That you can buy a spool of tulle and carry It through along with the cotton yarn, and it makes a scrubby! The assorted bright colors shown in the pattern are made to brighten up your dreary kitchen. I am going to make about a dozen of these!

Have you made any yet? I learned something too that you can use the tulle to make these great scrubbies. It has been a long time since I have crochet but I may be willing to try this. Is it as easy as it looks. I have lots of tulle laying around to use. I love the bright colors also and I just painted my kitchen a granny apple green and these bright colors will make the kitchen pop. I hope they scrub well.

I don't know how to crochet, but these adorable dishcloths look like a perfect beginner pattern.

I have to admit... these are some pretty cool looking dishcloths. The idea of combining yarn and tulle sounds interesting, too.


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