Scrub it Dischcloth


dishcloth made with scrub off yarn
Trying out some scrub off Yarn from Red Heart

yarn

close up of scrub off yarn



This pattern is more of a guideline than an actual pattern.  I have several balls of this type of yarn and none of them are the same.  Each balls starts off differently.  Some with the scrubby first and some with the cotton first.  Also the length of each section is different. But the nice thing about this is that every dishcloth comes out looking differently.

dishrag crocheted with scrub off yarn

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hook 5.00mm
CLOVER Crochet Hook, Size H, 5.0mm

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Ch 24 Row 1: Hdc 3rd st and in all across
(even if it’s scrubby part)
ch 1 and turn

Row 2: Sc all rows with scrubby yarn
= varies- sometimes 9 rows and
sometimes less


Row after the scrubby yarn part ch 2 hdc,

skip 1 hdc x 2, skip 1 hdc x 2, skip, hdc x 2,


skip 1 hdc x2,skip hdc x2 end on hdc


Repeat this row until you have scrubby yarn again and then ch 1 and turn
SC across the row

continue single crochet rows until you run out of scrubby yarn.

when you get to the cotton, finish the row

For the Border: Single crochet around the outside of the dishcloth in the cotton (2 sc in the corners)
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If you want to make a little hook to hang it, after you are done with the single crochet border stop at the last corner and chain 10 and slip stitch into the same corner.




crochet hanging loop on dishcloth

crochet hanging loop on a dishcloth/dishrag


Good luck!!

scrub off dishcloth


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crochet dishcloth with scrub off yarn





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crocheting a dishcloth with scrub off yarn

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