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Crochet Apple Tunisian Dishcloth Pattern

Create a charming Tunisian dishcloth featuring a crochet apple design. This project combines the art of Tunisian crochet with the whimsy of a delightful apple motif. Using a Tunisian crochet hook and your favorite cotton yarn, you can work up this fun and functional dishcloth that will add a touch of handmade charm to your kitchen. The apple design is perfect for adding a pop of color and personality to your dishwashing routine. With its unique texture and intricate stitches, the Crochet Apple Tunisian Dishcloth is sure to impress both beginners and experienced crocheters alike. The Tunisian crochet technique creates a dense and durable fabric that is perfect for tackling tough messes in the kitchen. Whether you are making this dishcloth for yourself or as a thoughtful gift for a friend, the Crochet Apple Tunisian Dishcloth is a fun and rewarding project that will bring joy and style to any kitchen.

Here is what you will need:

  • worsted weight cotton yarn (approx. 82 yds; I used Lion Brand’s Kitchen Cotton in Cayenne)
  • US J-10 / 6 mm crochet hook
  • scissors and yarn needle

Finished dishcloth measures approximately 8½ in. × 8½ in.

Tunisian Crochet Abbreviations (you can click on links to review the “how to” for each stitch):

Tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch

Trs – Tunisian Reverse Stitch

Ch 30.

Set up row: Pull up through the back ridge of each ch across — 30 sts.

Work pattern as charted below taking note of the following:

  • when working your forward pass, the loop on your hook counts as the first stitch (indicated as a circle in the chart)
  • the last stitch is made through the two end loops of row below (also indicated as a circle in the chart).
  • a basic return pass should be used throughout (i.e., yo, draw through 1 loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops, rep from * across).
  • Row 35 should be worked as a bind off row; work Trs bind off.

KEY: Circle = first/last stitch; Red = Trs; White = Tks.

Block finished dishcloth if desired

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