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Crochet Woven Colorblock Dishcloths

Discover the art of creating vibrant and eye-catching dishcloths with the mesmerizing technique of crochet weaving. These Crochet Woven Colorblock Dishcloths are not only practical but also add a touch of elegance to your kitchen decor. With their unique design and beautiful color combinations, they are sure to become a conversation starter among your guests. The intricate patterns and interwoven colors will captivate your imagination and leave you with a sense of accomplishment. Whether you choose to use them for washing dishes or as decorative pieces, these dishcloths will bring a pop of color and style to your home. So grab your crochet hook, select your favorite yarn colors, and let your creativity flow as you embark on this delightful crochet project.


  • 5.5 mm “I” crochet hook
  • Cotton dishcloth yarn (I used Paintbox Cotton Aran in “Pansy Purple” “Raspberry Pink” “Tea Rose”)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape or ruler


  • Small – 6 inches square
  • Medium – 8 inches square
  • Large – 10 inches square


  • Chain (ch)
  • Slip Stitch (sl st)
  • Double Crochet (dc)
  • Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc)
  • Back Post Double Crochet (bpdc)


Note: All three sizes are worked the same way, only the starting chain is different. To get the color block effect, switch colors when you like…I worked each dishcloth roughly about 3/4 of the way up first, then switched colors.

Small – Chain 22

Medium – Chain 26

Large – Chain 32

Row 1: In the 3rd ch from the hook work a dc. Work a dc in each ch across.

Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. *Work a fpdc in the next st. Work a bpdc in the next st. Repeat from * to the end of the row, then work a dc in the topmost chain (third chain up) to finish off the row.

Repeat row 2 until the height is the same as the width. If you’d like to make a hanging loop, do not fasten off yarn and ch 8. Join with a slip stitch at the base of the chain to create the loop, then fasten off. Weave in any ends that remain.

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