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I love the look of the crochet moss stitch. I decided to make a few things using this simple stitch, starting with a Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth.
All you have to do to make this unique-looking stitch is a chain and a single crochet stitch. This makes a great beginner-friendly crochet project that is quick once you get the hang of the stitching. I was able to start cranking these out in about 30 minutes after my hands got used to it.
I did use a smaller crochet hook than what I usually use for my dishcloths that I have patterns for. It just seemed to make the stitch look neater with the smaller hook.
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This crochet pattern is written in US terms.
The initial chain needs to be an odd number.
When finishing a row the last sc will be into the ch2 space from the beginning of the previous row.
Finished size is 7 inches by 7 inches.
- Cotton Worsted Weight Yarn (about 55 yards)
- 4.0 mm ( G ) crochet hook
- Yarn needle to weave in ends.
Crochet Stitches Used:
- ch – chain
- sc – single crochet
Moss Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern:
Foundation: ch 37
Row 1: sc into the 3rd chain from hook, * ch 1, skip next ch, sc in next ch, repeat from * to the end of the row, turn. (The last stitch will be a sc in the last chain space)
Row 2: ch 2, sc in the first ch space in the previous row, * ch 1, skip next sc, sc into next ch space, repeat from * until the end. (The last stitch will be a sc in the space between the 2 ch at the start of the previous row.
Rows 3 – 33: repeat row 2.
If you are want to add more height just keep adding more rows. Once you are happy with the height fasten off and weave in ends.
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