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Crochet My Star Dishcloth

Leyla
Leyla
Apr 29, 2024 08:39 AM
Crochet My Star Dishcloth

Are you looking for a fun and creative project to showcase your crochet skills? Look no further than the Crochet My Star Dishcloth pattern! This pattern allows you to create a beautiful and functional dishcloth in the shape of a star. Not only will it add a touch of whimsy to your kitchen, but it will also make a practical addition to your cleaning routine. Once you've finished crocheting your star dishcloth, you'll be amazed at its versatility. Not only can you use it for everyday cleaning tasks, but it also makes a wonderful gift for friends and family. Imagine their delight when they receive a handmade star dishcloth that adds a touch of charm to their kitchen. So grab your crochet hook, choose your favorite yarn, and let your creativity shine with the Crochet My Star Dishcloth pattern!

My Free Star Dishcloth Pattern

Dishcloth measures: 11 inches at widest point
Hook: Metal H (5 mm) US sized hook

Materials:
Sugar & Cream Cotton scraps (used about 2- 2 1/2 ozs)
Small amount of plastic bag plarn for scrubbie center variation

With center color, Ch 5, Sl St to form ring.

Rnd 1
Ch 2, (counts as 1 Hdc) in ring work 2 Hdc, Ch 1.
*3 Hdc in ring, Ch 1.* Repeat 4 times. Sl St to top of Ch 2.
(5 corners)

Rnd 2
Sl st over to corner space, Ch 2, 2 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc, all in the same ch 1 corner space.
*Sk next 3 Hdc (shell), 3 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc, all in the next Ch 1 corner space.*
Repeat between *. Sl St to top of the beginning Ch 2. FO.

Rnd 3
Attach new cotton color in any corner space. Ch 2 (counts as 1 Hdc) 2 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc, all in the corner space.
*Sk 3 Hdc, make 3 Hdc in between shells. In next corner point work 3 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc all in corner sp.*
Repeat between * around motif, join with a Sl St to top of Ch 2.

Rnd 4 – 8
Continue in established pattern with cotton yarn. Work 3 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc in ea Ch 1 corner point and 3 Hdc between each shell.
(Change colors as desired to use up scraps of cotton.)

Rnd 9
Continue in established pattern but skip center shell in middle of each side (work 3 Hdc in 3 spaces between shells, skip one sp then 3 Hdc in the 3 remaining spaces of each side.) Work corner points in pattern established. Repeat for each side. Join with Sl St to top of Ch 2.

Rnd 10
Continue in established pattern of 3 Hdc, Ch 1, 3 Hdc in ea Ch 1 corner point and 3 Hdc between each shell except in skipped space of prior rnd, work Sl St in the skipped space, continue in pattern. End with Sl St to top of Ch 2. FO.

Rnd 11 (Edging)
Attach contrasting cotton yarn for edging in any Ch 1 point space. Work 3 Sc in ea point space and 1 Sc in ea st around evenly.

Join with a Sl St to beg Sc st. FO. Flatten and form dishcloth by stretching the points out to allow the dishcloth to lay down flat.

Variation for Plastic Scrubbie Center:
Use plastic bag yarn or plarn for rnds 1-2 or 3 as desired. Then use cotton for remaining rounds.

Reminder: Hand wash or machine wash gentle the plarn scrubbie dishcloth. DO NOT dry in a machine dryer. Only hang to dry as the plastic will melt in your dryer.

Abbreviations:


Beg – Beginning
Ch – Chain
Ea – Each
FO – Finish Off
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Rnd – Round
Sc – Single Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Sm – Same
Sp – Space
St – Stitch

Sk – Skip

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