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Rainbow Daze free Washcloth/ Dishcloth crochet pattern

Rainbow Daze free Washcloth/ Dishcloth crochet pattern
Rainbow Daze Free Dishcloth #crochet pattern by Simply Collectible

Everyone needs a little color in their life and the Crochet Rainbow Washcloth is a great opportunity for this.

Irresistible colors aren't they? Made with Lily Sugar n' Cream yarn, you'll be making these for all your friends.

This Cute Rainbow Daze Dishcloth can also be used as a washcloth or whimsical coaster. At a length of 7 inches, it can cover quite a bit of area and clean a lot of little faces or even glassware. It's super easy to work up and you can finish one in about 15 minutes! Make a set for your craft fair inventory or for baby shower gifts.

Speaking of baby shower gifts, before we jump to the crochet dishcloth pattern, if you're thinking of making some crochet patterns for a baby in your life, you might want to check out the professionally filmed video tutorial for making a Log Cabin Baby Blanket here.

Free Dishcloth Crochet Pattern

Yarn Sugar n Cream Cotton Solids medium worsted weight yarn

1 yd of each color for the rows 1-2 (green for grass, Black Currant)
2 yds of each color for rows 3-4 (Hot Blue, Hot Green)
3-4 yds of each color for rows 5-7 (Yellow, Hot Orange, Hot Pink)

MaterialsH/5.00mm Clover hook, scissors, yarn needle

Difficulty – Beginner

Size – Approximately 7″

Measurements in Pattern – N/A

Gauge – Not crucial for this project

Stitch Guide in American Terms

Ch – chain
Sl st – slip stitch
Hdc – half double crochet
Sts – stitches

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Special Stitches – N/A

Notes- The ch-2 at the beginning of each row counts as a stitch. Fasten off at the end of each row. Do not turn your work. Pattern is worked flat. The specific colors I used are in the yarn section. The colors listed in the pattern are suggestions.

Instructions

Using green, ch 3

Row 1: Hdc 6 in the second chain from the loop, fasten off.

Row 2: Using purple, 2 hdc in each stitch across – 12 sts total, fasten off.

Row 3: Using blue, *2 hdc in the same stitch, hdc, repeat from * 6 times – 18 sts, fasten off.

Row 4: Using green, *2 hdc in the same stitch, hdc 2, repeat from *  6 times – 24 sts, fasten off.

Row 5: Using yellow, *2 hdc in the same stitch, hdc 3, repeat from *  6 times – 30 sts, fasten off.

Row 6: Using orange, *2 hdc in the same stitch, hdc 4, repeat from *  6 times – 36 sts, fasten off.

Row 7: Using red, *2 hdc in the same stitch, hdc 5, repeat from *  6 times – 42 sts, fasten off.

Sew in the ends.

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Mary

Tuesday 2nd of August 2016

Cute! Thanks for sharing :)

Celina

Tuesday 6th of September 2016

My pleasure!

Jordan

Friday 6th of May 2016

Love the colors , pretty amazing , made my day :D Thanks for the share!!

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Thank you very much for taking the time to read the email.

P.S. Just found some awesome links in your site. Thanks you,and keep up the good work!!

Best Regards, Jordan

Celina

Saturday 14th of May 2016

So sweet, Jordan. Thank you! I appreciate you reaching out to me using your link and explaining what you are about. Your site is really nice! I look forward to getting in touch with you. I'm moving into a few simple knit designs and have a few blogger friends that knit as well. Thanks again!

Divine Debris

Sunday 28th of February 2016

Very pretty.

Celina

Monday 29th of February 2016

Thank you, Divine Debris, and thanks for coming by!

Maria M

Friday 22nd of May 2015

just beautiful....

celinalane

Tuesday 2nd of June 2015

Thank you, Maria.