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Crochet Just Ducky Dishcloth

Create your very own adorable duck-themed dishcloth with this crochet pattern. The design features a cute duck motif that will add a touch of whimsy to your kitchen decor. Using basic crochet stitches, you can easily follow along with the pattern to create a functional and fun dishcloth that will brighten up your daily chores. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, this project is perfect for anyone looking to add a handmade touch to their home. The finished dishcloth is not only cute but also durable and easy to care for. You can choose your favorite colors to customize the dishcloth to match your kitchen decor or create a set of coordinating dishcloths for a thoughtful housewarming gift. With detailed instructions and clear photos, you'll be able to crochet your way to a charming and useful addition to your kitchen in no time.

Skill: Intermediate

Size: About 11” wide and 13” long.

Materials: Worsted Weight Cotton: Grey – 4 oz, 200 yd (120 g, 184 m) White – 1 oz, 50 yd (30 g, 46 m) Navy – 1 oz, 50 yd (30 g, 46 m) Orange – ½ oz, 25 yd (15 g, 23 m)(Sugar ‘n Cream – Stonewash, White, Indigo, Hot Orange)

Crochet Hook: Size G-6 (4.25 mm)

To Change Colors

Work last stitch before color change to last step, with new color, yo and pull new color through remaining lps on hook. Drop unused color to wrong side. Do not work over unused color.


When instructed to join with sc, begin with sl knot on hook, insert hook in st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a loop, yo and draw through both loops on hook.


– Each block represents one half double crochet in one row.

For right-handers:

– Odd numbered rows are worked from right to left.

– Even numbered rows are worked from left to right.

For left-handers

– Odd numbered rows are worked from left to right.

– Even numbered rows are worked from right to left.


Teresa’s Tips: Must be able to read a graph chart, and be able to carry yarn to do this pattern. The more capable of carrying colors, the least amount of ends you will have to neaten and weave in. The graph is done in three colors, so it is very simple to follow, and handy for those who wish to practice their graph-reading skills. The duck image is seen from both sides as right sides. I have even chosen the trim (reverse sc/crab stitch) with this in mind. The cloth can be flipped either way.

Row 1: (Graph Row 1) With Grey, ch 41, hdc in 3rd ch from hook (skipped 2 ch count as first hdc), hdc in next 38 ch. (40 hdc)

Rows 2-40: Following graph for color changes, ch 2 (counts as first hdc now and throughout), turn, [hdc in next hdc] across. (40 hdc)

At the end of Row 40, finish off and weave in all ends.


Rnd 1: Join Navy with sl st to bottom corner of Row 1, evenly work reverse sc (crab stitch) all the way around, working 3 rev-sc in each corner; join with sl st to first sc. Finish off and weave in ends.

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