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Monthly Free Pattern: Shawna Dish/Wash Cloth

Updated: Feb 29

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Designed with simplicity in mind, the Shawna Dish/Wash Cloth offers a quick and easy crochet experience.





If you’re looking for quick, easy & FUN dish/wash cloth to make, then you have found the perfect crochet pattern.

The Shawna Dish/Wash Cloth is named in honor of a delightful student in the

crochet class I teach at my church.

It looks great in any color combination, making it a stylish and practical addition to your kitchen essentials. It also makes a great gift for family and friends, and it’s sure to be a hot seller at your next market.


Of couse, you can add a splash of color in the bathroom by using it as a wash cloth too.


Materials

Yarn: #4 / Worsted Weight COTTON NOTE: I used Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yardage: 50-60 yds Hook: 5.0 mm Stitch Markers, Scissors, Darning Needle

Stitches & Abbreviations

US Terminology ➤ * * = Repeat stitch pattern between * * ➤ Ch# = Chain number of times specified ➤ St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches ➤ SS = Slip Stitch ➤ SC = Single Crochet ➤ DC = Double Crochet ➤ BLO/FLO = Back/Front Loop Only Notes & Special Instructions

➤ Chains at beginning of a round/row NEVER count as a stitch. ➤ Total number of stitches per round/row in (#) at end. ➤ 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. Heart Hook Home video tutorial for Invisible Join First DC Options: In this pattern, the 1st DC st in rows/rounds will always be noted as a regular DC. There will be NO Chain instructions on rows/rounds beginning with a DC. **Use your preferred method for 1st DC stitch of these rows/rounds.** 1 – Chainless Beginning DC: This is the technique I prefer to use & this pattern is written using it. I use this same technique for 1st DC/FPDC/BPDC of rows/rounds. Moogly Video Tutorial for Chainless Beginning DC stitch 2 – Stacked SC: Stacking 2 SC will result in a similar look to a DC st without

3 - Ch2:  This will get your sts to height of a DC & then place a regular DC in 1st st of row/round.



Shawna Dishcloth Pattern

NOTES:  

TURN at end of EVERY row.

End of row st count will remain the same throughout.

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

Row 1:

NOTE:  You can adjust number of starting row DC sts by any ODD number.


Chainless Foundation DC 29 sts.

        OR

Chain 29, Stacked SC in 1st back bump from hook, 1 DC in each back bump across.

        OR

Chain 31, 1 DC in 3rd back bump from hook, 1 DC in each back bump across.

Rows 2-3:

1 DC in 1st st, 1 FLO-DC in next st. *1 BLO-DC in next st, 1 FLO-DC in next.*  Repeat across.  1 DC in last st.

Row 4:

1 DC in 1st & each st across.

Rows 5-*16:

Repeat Rows 2-4 *as many times as needed to reach desired height. 

TRIM

Rnd:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st & each st across to corner.  Ch2 to turn corner.

Evenly place 2 SC at end of each DC row.  Ch2 to turn corner.

1 SC in each st across beginning chain.  Ch2 to turn corner.

Evenly place 2 SC at end of each DC row.  Ch2 to turn corner.


Use invisible join to fasten off & weave in ends.

This pattern is for personal use. You may NOT alter, sell, copy, transfer, trade, distribute, or claim this pattern or its images as your own. Feel free to sell finished products made with this pattern.  Please credit @MarshaYarnDoodles as the pattern designer.

This pattern is property of: @MarshaYarnDoodles. © 2024




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