Scrubbing Ruffles Dishcloth

Here’s a dishcloth with a feature that’s both beautiful and functional: lovely ruffled edges that are perfect for scrubbing tough spots and a lacy interior that keeps the cloth light and easy to work with. It’s also crazy fun to make!

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 and a half or so of a worsted weight cotton yarn, a size I (5.50 mm) crochet hook), and a tapestry needle for weaving in your ends. The finished cloth is approximately 7 inches (17.75 cm) across.

Sale of finished items is allowed.

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One Response to Scrubbing Ruffles Dishcloth

  1. Wanted to let you know how much I like your patterns. I whipped out a Squared Spiral last night. It was soooo much fun! Keep up the great work!!
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