Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Chevron Crochet Dishcloth

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Hello everyone, I  just finished crocheting this dishcloth from the 52 Weeks of Dishcloths that Jill from Being Spiffy is hosting.  The pattern for the dishcloth is HERE.  This chevron dishcloth is from Week 19 of the 52 Weeks of Dishcloths.  I had fun crocheting this and the pattern isn't too difficult to make.


The pattern has increase and decrease in it to form this pretty chevron pattern.


The yarn I used to make this dishcloth is from Lion Brand Yarn, kitchen cotton in the color 174 Olive.  How about making this fast and pretty dishcloth?   

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Thanks everyone and enjoy.

Julie

16 comments:

  1. Hi Julie, I really need to make some dishcloths! I'm still using 'j-cloths' :) Rhondda - Thank you for Linking up at Link & Share Wednesdays! http://bit.ly/15kkIP9

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    1. Rhondda, I like making them because they are quick & easy!

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  2. Love it! Your work is always so beautiful, friend. Hugs!

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  3. Hi Julie,
    Thank you for your visit and your kind words to me. I so appreciate it. I am following you, too.
    I love crocheted dishcloths and yours is so pretty. I will check out the pattern for sure, as I'm in need of some new ones. Thank you for sharing. xo

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    1. Hi Kitty, thanks so much for following my blog and welcome! Thanks for your sweet compliment on the dishcloth.

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  4. Great post ;))

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  5. These are great to use. I bought some at a craft fair but really should make my own! Love the olive for Fall!

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    1. Hi Diane, thanks the sweet comment and I bet yours are pretty!

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  6. The chevron was my grandmother's favorite pattern for afghans. I would never have thought to use it for a dish cloth. Thanks!

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  7. Great pattern, I am definitely pinning this one! Handmade dishcloths are the best, they just work better than anything store bought! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Looks great Julie..love the color! Thanks for sharing at Share your Stuff Tuesdays :)

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  9. Hi Julie, thank you for stopping by at www.mycraftaffair.blogspot.com! It's kinda crazy for me to find your blog, because just today I was looking for a chevron crochet pattern!! I am now following you =]

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    1. Hi Mariya, thanks I hope you enjoy making this dishcloth and welcome to my blog!

      Julie

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