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Spring-Friendly Crochet Dishcloth / Washcloth Pattern

By March 31, 2014

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Crocheted Dishcloths or Washcloths These pretty cloths could be used as either dishcloths or washcloths. Photo © Amy Solovay

Any time is a good time to crochet a dishcloth or washcloth, but they make especially nice projects for spring and summer.

Pictured here: an easy single crochet mesh dishcloth / washcloth.

In the planning stages, I intended for this to be a dishcloth pattern, but when I discovered how soft this cloth is I decided to make some to use as washcloths too. I'm loving mine and hope some of you will also make, and enjoy, these as well.

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March 21, 2012 at 4:12 pm
(1) Billie says:

I don’t mean to sound stupid But… I can not figure out how to print your patterns with sooooo much advertizing on the same page. No mater what patteren I click on. Please help me.

March 25, 2012 at 6:14 pm
(2) Amy Solovay says:

Hi Billie,

Thanks so much for your interest in our patterns. I really appreciate it!

In answer to your question about how to print the free patterns, try this:

Navigate to the page you would like to print.

Take a look at the top right hand side of your monitor. There’s a search box with an orange label on it that says “search.” Underneath that, you’ll find a couple of icons — one says “share” and the other doesn’t say anything but it looks like a little printer. Click on the little printer. That will take you to our print-friendly page that doesn’t have any ads or other extra stuff.

From there, you can print the page using whichever method you normally do. For example, on a PC, using the Firefox browser, you might go to file then print, or you could use a keyboard quick command — control P.

I hope this helps, but if you have additional questions feel free to email again.

Best,
Amy

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