These easy knitted dishcloth patterns yield a cloth that can be used to wash dishes, display as home decor, give as gifts, and more.
Whether you’re a beginner to advanced crocheter, there is a pattern below that you will enjoy making. If you’re an adventurous beginner, don’t be afraid to try patterns that look a bit more complicated. Remember, these are all easy patterns!
This beautiful pattern is worked in solids and variegated colors. Make multiple cloths using different and fun colors. The free pattern for this dishcloth can be found on Ravelry.
Sometimes washing the dishes will make you say a swear word or two. Have a little fun by making this clever dishcloth. Get the pattern from Get Knitfaced in Co.
Grandmother’s Favorite Dishcloth
This traditional dishcloth pattern is very beginner friendly and is perfect for working on while you binge watch your favorite TV shows. Get the pattern on Ravelry.
This nautical themed dishcloth is knit from corner to corner. It features alternating rows of garter stitch and ribbing. Additionally, the pattern uses a simple combination of knit, purl, increase, and decrease stitches. You Get the pattern from Goose Creek Knits.
All Washed Up
The pattern for this dishcloth is easy to remember and yields a reversible dishcloth. These are great for using up any leftover cotton yarn you have laying around. Get the pattern on Ravelry.
Tea drinkers will love making and using this teatime washcloth. This cloth uses textured knit and purl stitches to create dimension. Get the pattern from Renee Van Hoy Designs.
Dishcloth in Mosaic Cat
If you love mosaic knitting patterns, you’ll love this mosaic cat dishcloth. This dishcloth makes a great gift for cat lovers. Use your favorite cotton yarn to knit up this cute cloth. Get the pattern on Ravelry.
The Effortless Dishcloth
This beginner-friendly dishcloth is perfect for anyone looking for an easy project or just needs a break from a more complicated pattern. Get the pattern from Knit on Designs.
The gramma’s dishcloth is so simple and fun to make. Knit these dishcloths with your favorite solid colors or self-striping yarn. Each dishcloth uses around 1 oz. of yarn. Get the pattern on Ravelry.
If you know how to knit and purl, you’ll be able to make this easy dishcloth. This pattern creates gorgeous diagonal lines of purl bumps across the piece with a wonderful seed stitch border. Make multiple cloths to match your home decor. Get the pattern from The Blue Mouse.
The redbud knit dishcloth is quick and easy to make. Plus, it’s knitted with a beautiful texture, don’t you agree? Get the pattern from Kneedles and Life.
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