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Crochet Treble Dipped Dishcloth

Create a beautiful dishcloth with a unique design by using the crochet treble dipped technique. This method involves working treble crochet stitches in a way that creates a dipped effect, adding texture and visual interest to your project. By following a simple pattern, you can easily master this technique and create a one-of-a-kind dishcloth that will impress your friends and family. You can choose your favorite colors to customize the dishcloth to match your kitchen decor or create a set of coordinating dishcloths as a thoughtful gift. With just a few basic crochet skills, you can achieve a professional-looking finish that will make your dishcloth stand out from the rest. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced crocheter, trying out the treble dipped technique will add a new dimension to your crochet projects and inspire you to experiment with different textures and designs.



Cotton Yarn - 4 Ply Worsted Weight (White and Blue)

Hook Size I

Stitches: ch, sl st, dc, tr.

Difficulty: EASY/MEDIUM

NOTE: Change colors after every two rows.

R1: With White, Ch31, dc in 4th ch from hook and in ea rem ch. (29dc)

R2: Ch3, turn. Dc in next 3 dc. * Ch5, sk next st, dc in next 4 dc. Rep from * across.

R3: Change to Blue, Ch3, turn. Dc in next 3 dc. * Working over ch5 on previous row, tr in skipped st on row before last. Dc in next 4 dc. Rep from * across.

R4: Rep R2.

R5-16: Alternate Rows 3 & 4.

R17: Rep R3.

R18: Ch3, turn. Dc in ea st.

Fasten Off.

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