To crochet dishcloths, chain as many stitches as required to reach the desired dishcloth width. Then, use single crochet stitches or a variation of them across the required number of rows. Finish the pattern using single... More »

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Free knitting patterns for a basic dishcloth are available online at About.com and KnittingPatternCentral.com, as of 2015. Each website offers a variety of patterns for dishcloths. More »

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KnittingHelp.com and KnittingPatternCentral.com offer hundreds of free knitting patterns for dishcloths. Both KnitPicks.com and AllCrafts.net also have large selections of free dishcloth patterns of varying skill levels. More »

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Making crochet flowers for hats begins with a small circle of chain stitches for the center and proceeds with three rows of double-crochet stitches. The edging of the flower uses a final row of single-crochet stitches. More »

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To crochet your own dish scrubbies, use cotton yarn or nylon netting, and make 13 to 15 chain stitches using a crochet hook of size H or J. Then, make single crochet stitches in the chain stitches within the first row. C... More »

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To crochet a scrubby from tulle, twist the tulle to turn into a yarn, use it to make five chain stitches, and form it into a circle. Then make the scrubby around this circle using single-crochet stitches. A single-croche... More »

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To crochet a prayer shawl, use an adjustable ring to make the required number of chain and double crochet stitches. Use a combination of chain and double crochet stitches in the subsequent rows. Crochet until the pattern... More »