Crocheted White Cotton Dishcloths 

Some of my favorite things to crochet are cotton dishcloths. They work up really quickly, are so useful, and there are tons of great free patterns out there! Search on Pinterest or Ravelry and you are sure to find something that you will love!

I found some great textured patterns on Pinterest and made some dishcloths in white with I Love This Cotton yarn from Hobby Lobby. I really do love this yarn! 🙂 It is softer than other cotton yarns I’ve tried and so easy to work with – try it for your next cotton project, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! Oh, and there are lots of colors to choose from!!


I used the pattern found here for this one…


The pattern for this one is here


And the last pattern is here


This set of dishcloths was a birthday gift for my sister-in-law. I packaged them up in a little berry basket, put the basket in a cellophane bag, and tied it with twine. 


These don’t have to be used just for dishes! Because they are made from cotton they also make great spa cloths for the bath. Make them in your favorite colors, add some pretty soaps or bath gel, and you have another great gift!

I have a couple of older posts with links to other dishcloth patterns that I love. You can find them here and here.

I hope you are inspired to get your hook moving and whip up a few of these fun dishcloths!

Thanks for stopping by,


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2 Responses to Crocheted White Cotton Dishcloths 

  1. Barbara Rigdon says:

    How much do you sell your dishcloths for?


    • Anita says:

      Hi Barbara – I haven’t sold any yet. I’ve been making them as gifts. I’ve seen prices from $3-$5. I think I would probably ask $10-$12 for 3 packaged the way I did in the post. And I would add some type of tag to the package. Thanks for asking!


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