I present to your attention a master-class on a crochet dishcloth.
We observe 2 conditions of crochet dishcloth:
- The cloth should not twist, it means that in a crochet there should be face and wrong loops.
- The yarn should absorb the water well.
We will need:
- cotton yarn;
- crochet or needles.
I took the yarn in 2 threads - for it to be more textured. I chose a simple pattern. We take on needles (as I have #4) approximately 50 loops and crochet by garter stitch (all strings crochet by face loops) 6 strings.
In the 7th string the first 5 loops we keep on crocheting by garter
stitch throughout the whole height of the cloth. Then 10 face loops, 10 wrong loops, and again 10 face loops and 10 wrong loops. The remaining 5 loops we keep on crocheting by garter stitch throughout the whole height of the cloth.
We crochet 13 strings in height - thus squares are formed.
On the 14th string from the crocheting of squares we change the face loops for wrong ones and then vice versa - the wrong loops for face ones. Thus the squares are staggered. In 7 squares in height we switch to the garter stitch. We crochet 6 strings and close the loops.
But not all. Out of the last 5 we make a loop. We crochet 12 strings, and in the 13th string after the 2nd loop we make a yarnover.
One more string and we close the loops.
Here what’s come up.
It is necessary to sew a button and bring a bit of decor. I offer crocheted flowers to decorate, but your imagination will tell a more original decoration.
This is a dishcloth after washing in a washing machine at 40 degrees along with other things.