Free Pattern – Crochet Ridged Dish Cloth

February 24, 2010 at 1:08 am Leave a comment

Here’s a pattern for a crocheted dish cloth that mainly uses double crochet. By working around the post of a double crochet in the row below, you can create a ridge, which is a handy scrubbing texture for dish cloths.

Crochet Ridged Dish Cloth

CROCHET RIDGED DISH CLOTH

Materials: 50g Dk weight cotton and a 4.5 mm crochet hook

FPdc: with crochet hook at front of piece, work dc around the post of dc in the row below.

BPdc: with crochet hook at back of piece, work dc around the post of dc in the row below.

Ch 39.

Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook. Dc across. Ch 3 and turn.

Row 2: [Ch 3 counts as first Dc in every row] **Dc in next 2 sts, BPdc in next dc. Repeat from ** across. End with dc in turning ch. Ch 3 and turn.

Row 3: **BPdc in next 2 sts, FPdc in next st. Repeat from ** to last 3 sts. BPdc in next 2 sts. Dc in turning ch. Ch 3 and turn.

Row 4: **Dc in next 2 sts, BPdc in next st. Repeat from ** across to last 3 sts. Dc in next 2 sts and in turning ch. Ch 3 and turn.

Repeat last two rows until a total of 20 rows have been completed.

Edging: work sc in each stitch around, working 2 sc into the side of each dc along side edges and working 3 sc into each corner. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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