#152 Harvest Rows Crochet Dishcloth – Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet

Wednesday – June 1, 2011

Designer Shirley A. Enck wrote: “A friend taught me to crochet when I was 20. I made a few things and then stopped until 6 years ago when I could no longer be outside during the summer because of my MS. I started to crochet again and have found it very relaxing. I make some gifts but donate every year to two organizations in my town. This is my favorite go-to dishcloth – I never wrote it down before – so hopefully it makes sense.”
Thank you Shirley for joining the Dishcloth-A-Day Challenge.
Follow me onto dishcloth #153 and the rest of the story…

Harvest Rows Dishcloth

Original Design By: Shirley A Enck

Copyright 2011 Maggie Weldon

Skill: Easy
Size: About 8½” square
Materials: Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn: Multicolor – 2 oz, 95 yds (56 g, 86 m) (Sugar ‘n Cream – Oriental Ochre)
Crochet Hook: Size H-8 (5.00 mm)

DISHCLOTH
Row 1:
(Right Side) Ch 32, hdc in 2nd ch from hook, [hdc in next ch] across.
Rows 2-18:
Ch 2, turn, hdc in first hdc, working in back loops only, [hdc in next hdc] across to last hdc, working in both loops, hdc in last hdc.
At the end of Row 18, DO NOT FINISH OFF.

Edging
Rnd 1:
Ch 1, turn, (right side facing), 3 sc in first hdc, [sc in next hdc] across to last hdc, 3 sc in last hdc; * working in sides of rows, evenly sc across *; working in unused lps of starting ch, 3 sc in first ch, [sc in next ch] across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; rep from * to * once; join with sl st to back loop of first sc.
Rnd 2:
Ch 2, working in back loops only, hdc in same sc as joining, 3 hdc in next (center) sc, [hdc in next sc] around, working 3 hdc in center sc of each corner 3-sc group; join with sl st to first hdc. Finish off and weave in ends.

All Rights Reserved ©2011 Maggie Weldon

Enjoy,
Maggie

Comments
  1. Peejay123

    Maggie I like the pattern. I also have MS and crocheting and knitting is all that I do in my spare time. I am retired. Joined a knitting club for cancer survivors and others. so any other patterns you may have would be helpful

    Pat Jones
    knitter and crocheter

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