Squaring the Spiral Dishcloth

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The spiral has been one of my favorite motifs since long before I understood how to form one in crochet. And what better to wash dishes with than something that makes you smile just to look at it? I hope this dishcloth brings a lightness of heart to your dishwashing the way it does to mine. :)

This is a *crochet pattern* in .pdf format (and U.S. notation) for making one of the dishcloths pictured. You’ll also need three quarters of an ounce of each of two different colors of a worsted weight cotton yarn (for 1.5 ounces total), a size H (5.00 mm) crochet hook, and a tapestry needle for weaving in your ends. The finished cloth is approximately 7.5 inches (19 cm) square.

Sale of finished items is allowed.

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2 thoughts on “Squaring the Spiral Dishcloth

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  2. How cool–not just a spiral but a round-to-square shape, too! Thanks for offering the pattern–this is now on my to-make list. I have some golden yellow and denim blue in my stash that would work together nicely….

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