A Practically Hyperbolic Dishcloth


I love these dishcloths because they’re lightweight but still scrubby…they tend to fold themselves in your hand as you’re working in exactly the way you’d want them to. Fun to make and fun to use…the perfect combination! 😀

This is a crochet pattern in .pdf format (and U.S. notation) for making one of the dishcloths pictured. You’ll also need an ounce or so of a worsted weight cotton yarn, a size H (5.00 mm) crochet hook), and a tapestry needle for weaving in your ends. The finished cloth is approximately 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) in diameter.

Sale of finished items is allowed.

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5 thoughts on “A Practically Hyperbolic Dishcloth

  1. Gigabyte

    Your advertisement says “for making one of the dishcloths pictured”. Can you please let me know which one, because there are 2 pictured, and I may have a preference. Thanks

  2. Laura

    This is a most awesome pattern! It fits right into your hand, scrubs and cleans without tearing! Versatility in colors is endless! Very unique! They can even serve as coasters! And by placing two together and adding another row to combine the two, I’ve made some very useful hot pads for my friends. They like how the hot pads curl away from the hot plate or casserole dish they’re removing from the oven!

  3. Laura

    By the way, besides the coral reef, these wash cloths, in the right colors, remind me of the beautiful and rhythmic Spanish Dancer nudibranch. I often refer to the washcloths I make as those from my “Spanish Dancer Collection.” 🙂

  4. Human

    One of my best friends asks for a dihtclosh for every birthday and Christmas and I always comply! Not only do I get the fun of making something new (always a different one) but she actually Uses what I make which is awesome! Even my mom doesn’t want to use the ones I’ve given her even when I swear she will get more if they’re ruined . Lol

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