Cloudy Days Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

Sharing is caring!

The Cloudy Days Dishcloth uses the adorable Tiny Cloud Stitch to create a wonderfully textured washcloth/dishcloth that you can use over and over again around the house.

You only need to know the half double crochet and single crochet stitches to create this pattern, which makes it a great option for those who are newer to crochet but looking to expand their skills by trying out some special stitch combinations.

If you love making your own dishcloths be sure to check out all of the crochet dishcloth patterns available on First The Coffee Crochet.

Ad-Free PDF Patterns Are Available:

The full written pattern and video are available below with display ads. But if you would like a written ad-free PDF to add to your pattern collection you can do so by purchasing one from my Ravelry shop or Etsy shop.

All PDF Patterns are 25% off when you buy 3 patterns through the rest of February.


Cloudy Days Dishcloth Pattern

Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. You can read my full affiliate disclosure at the bottom of the page.

2024 Winter Washcloth Series

The Cloudy Days Crochet Dishcloth is part of the 2024 Winter Washcloth Series Blog Hop hosted by Two Brothers Blankets.

Winter Washcloth Bundle

Did you miss The Winter Washcloth Blog Hop and want to grab all of the patterns that were a part of it? The Winter Washcloth Bundle is available for those who want to grab all 31 patterns even after the blog hop is over.

Winter Washcloth Pattern Bundle


Cloudy Days Crochet Dishcloth - Free Crochet Pattern

Pattern Info:

Notes:

  • This crochet pattern is written in US terms.
  • The stitch count is in parenthesis at the end of each row.
  • The starting chain at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • To change the width, the initial chain needs to be a multiple of 3 + 1
  • To change the height, change the number of times you do the main repeat row (row 2).
  • The finished size is 8” tall  x 8” wide (after blocking)

Materials:

  • 75 yards of a #4 medium-weight cotton yarn
  • Yarn Used: Lily’s Sugar & Cream
  • 4.5 mm ( 7 ) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends.
  • Stitch Markers (optional)
Cloudy Days Crochet Dishcloth

Crochet Stitches/Abbreviations Used:

Video Tutorial

Cloudy Days Dishcloth Pattern:

Foundation: Ch 31

Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch all the way across (30 sts)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, hdc 2x in the 1st st, skip 1 st, sc in the next st, * hdc 2x in the next st, skip 1 st, sc in the next st, repeat from * all across (30 sts)

Rows 3 – 5: repeat row 2

Row 6: ch 1, turn, sc into 1st st, sc in each st all the way across (30 sts)

Rows 7 – 8: repeat row 6

Rows 9 – 21: repeat row 2

Rows 22 – 24: repeat row 6

Rows 25 – 28:  repeat row 2

Row 29: repeat row 6

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Share Your Work

Have you made this pattern? Let us know by tagging @firstthe_coffee on Instagram. You can also join FirstTheCoffee’s Facebook Group and show off your crochet projects.

Copyright

You may not copy, make video tutorials of, or sell my patterns. You may not claim my patterns as your own. You can sell your finished items made using my patterns but please credit FirstTheCoffee.com by linking back to this pattern. You may not re-publish my photos as your own. If you are interested in using one of my patterns in a roundup post on your blog, you can use one photo and link back to the pattern on my blog. Do not repost/copy the pattern.

Sharing is caring!

6 thoughts on “Cloudy Days Crochet Dishcloth Pattern”

  1. Thank you sooooo much for sharing your pattern.
    I love the look of the cloud stitch.
    Unfortunately I’m never sure, until I make awkward mistakes, on the second row and subsequent rows, are we placing the 2 HDC in the SC beneath, then skipping a stitch, SC in the second HDC?
    So always 2HDC in the SC? And away we go?
    TIA for your thoughts.

      1. Thank you! I can read a pattern, but for me it’s always an issue of what the designer thinks the first stitch is! On a repetitive pattern, it helps knowing – for sure – what goes into what! Thank you!

  2. I was wondering if you could share the color names of the Lily Sugar ʻn Cream purple and yellow yarns shown in the photo. Iʻm having trouble finding a purple shade that looks like yours (which I love) and itʻs a very pretty shade of yellow, too!

    Thank you,
    Suki

    1. The purple one was the color Orchid, I usually can find that on Joann’s website and the yellow is just the regular yellow that they have.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *