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Hall Dish/Wash Cloth

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"Hall Dish/Wash Cloth" in pinks


The Hall Dish/Wash Cloth is named in honor of one of my wonderful students in the crochet class I teach at my church. Designed with simplicity in mind, as well as a way to practice making all of the basic stitches, it offers a quick and easy crochet experience.



This dish/wash cloth looks great in any color combination, making it a stylish and practical addition to your kitchen or bath essentials. It also makes a great gift for family and friends and it's sure to be a best seller at your next market.



"Hall Dish/Wash Cloth" in tan/browns


Materials

➤Yarn: 100% Cotton

➤Yardage: 50-70 yds

➤Hook: 5.0 mm



Stitches & Abbreviations

US Terminology

➤ * * = Repeat stitch pattern between * *

➤ Ch# = Chain number of times specified

➤ St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches

➤ SS = Slip Stitch

➤ SK# = Skip number of sts specified

➤ SC = Single Crochet

➤ HDC = Half Double Crochet

➤ DC = Double Crochet

➤ TLO = Third Loop Only



"Hall Dish/Wash Cloth" in pink & purple


Notes & Special Instructions

Stitch pattern increment:  Any EVEN number

➤ Chains at beginning of a round/row NEVER count as a stitch.

➤ I tend to crochet TIGHT, so you may need to adjust your hook size to accommodate.

➤ I suggest using the invisible join for a seamless look when finishing off.


"Hall Dish/Wash Cloth" - 1 in pink & purple and 1 in tan/browns


HALL DISH / WASH CLOTH PATTERN

NOTES:  

TURN at end of EVERY row.

End of row st count will remain the same throughout.  (24)

EVEN = FRONT/RIGHT side.

Use your preferred method for 1st DC of each row. (See Notes & Special Instructions for options.)

START

NOTE:  You can adjust size by chaining any ODD number.


Chain 25

Row 1:

1 SC in 2nd back bump from hook, 1 DC in next back bump.  1 SC in next back bump, 1 DC in next back bump.  Repeat across. 

Rows 2-3:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st, 1 DC in next st.  1 SC in next st, 1 DC in next.  Repeat across.

Row 4:

Ch1, 1 HDC in 1st & each st across.

Row 5:

NOTE:  1st  & last sts are worked into full/normal st.  All other sts are worked in TLO, which will be facing you.

 

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st.  1 TLO-DC in next st, 1 TLO-SC in next st.  Repeat across.  1 DC in last st.

Rows 6-7:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st.  1 DC in next st, 1 SC in next st.  Repeat across.  1 DC in last st.


Rows 8-*15:

Repeat Rows 4-7 (2 more times  OR  *as many times as needed to reach desired height.)


After final repeat, do NOT fasten off.  Proceed to BORDER Pattern



BORDER PATTERN

NOTES:

BORDER is worked with FRONT/RIGHT side (with ridges) facing you at all times.

Do NOT turn at end of each rnd.

St count on EACH side must be an ODD number.

Rnd 1:

Begin working across TOP (with FRONT/RIGHT side facing you):  Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st, 1 BLO-SC in each st across, 1 SC in last st.

NOTE:  Place 2 SC in same st around middle of row to reach an ODD number.


Ch2 at corner & rotate work.


Continue down SIDE:  Work SC evenly along side edges. (I recommend 2 SC at end of each DC row, 1 SC at end of each SC & HDC row.)

NOTE:  MUST end with an ODD number.


Ch2 at corner & rotate work.


Continue across BOTTOM:  1 SC in 1st st, 1 BLO-SC in each st across, 1 SC in last st.

NOTE:  Place 2 SC in same st around middle of row to reach an ODD number.


Ch2 at corner & rotate work.


Continue up side:  Work SC evenly along side edges. (I recommend 2 SC at end of each DC row, 

1 SC at end of each SC & HDC row.)

NOTE:  MUST end with an ODD number.


Ch2 at corner & rotate work.


SS join to 1st SC of rnd.

Rnd 2:

SS to next/2nd st of row.  Ch1, [1 SC, Ch2, 1 SC] in same st as SS..

Sk1, [1 SC, Ch2, 1 SC] in next st.  Repeat across.  Sk last st.


Ch1, [2 SC, Ch2, 2 SC] in corner Ch2 space, Ch1.


**Sk 1st st, [1 SC, Ch2, 1 SC] in next st.  Sk1, [1 SC, Ch2, 1 SC] in next st.  Repeat across.  Sk last st.


Ch1, [2 SC, Ch2, 2 SC] in corner Ch2 space, Ch1.**  Repeat 2 more times.


Use invisible join to top of 1st SC of rnd.  Fasten off and weave in ends.








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