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Comfort Dishcloth | Free Crochet Pattern

This beginner-friendly dishcloth is SO fun to make and quick to work up! It’s perfect for creating a custom set, or using up some scraps from a previous project. Have fun with this basic pattern and your yarn choices!


  • 30 grams or 40 yards of any two strands of DK yarn held double, or yarn combo you love. Samples use WeCrochet Cotlin DK held double

  • 6.0mm crochet hook

  • Scissors and a yarn needle


3 stitches and 2 rows = 1 inch in pattern


ch: chain

sc: single crochet

dc: double crochet

hdc: half double crochet

ea: each

*...*: repeat the instructions in the asterisks

st(s): stitch(es)

Helpful Tutorial

Full Step by Step Tutorial:

Pattern Notes

  • Find the yarn featured here.

  • This dishcloth is worked flat, so be sure to turn your work after each row.

  • When finished, this dishcloth measures 7 ½ inches square.

  • If you’d like to modify the size of your dishcloth, simply chain any number you’d like.

  • This pattern suggests certain yarn and stitch counts, but feel free to take the stitch pattern and use any yarn and gauge to create your own version!


Ch 22

Row 1

dc in the third ch from the hook, and in ea ch across.

Rows 2

ch 1 and turn. hdc in ea st across.

Rows 3

ch 2 and turn. dc in ea st across.

Rows 4-11

Repeat Rows 2 and 3

To adjust the length of your dishcloth, simply repeat Rows 2 and 3 your desired number of times.


Continuing from the last row, sc evenly around the entire dishcloth. I recommend aiming to place the same amount of sts on ea side to uphold the square shape.


Pull through the last st, cut yarn, and weave in any ends.

Dishcloths aren’t typically in need of blocking, but feel free to do so. If you chose a 100% cotton yarn, I recommend simply washing these dishcloths in the washer and dryer just like clothes. They will last for years to come!

Join us in the Make-A-Long (MAL) and share your dishcloth on Instagram with the #tgtdishclothmal and tag @thegracefultangle! Join and Post in the Facebook Group here if you would like!

I hope you enjoyed following this pattern! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send an email to Don't forget to follow along on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook and to stay in the loop!

Until next time,

Amy Kate

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