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Bubble Dishcloth


And now I join the world of pattern writing. Here is my first attempt.

Bubble Dishcloth

Stitches Used


Single crochet

Triple crochet


Less than 1 skein Lily Sugar ‘n Cream (Pink Camouflage used in sample)

Size G Crochet Hook

Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends


Chain 30

Row 1: Insert hook into second ch from hook and sc across row. (29 sts). Turn.

Row 2: Chain 1. Sc *tr, sc* repeat from * to end of row. Turn.

Row 3: Ch1. Sc to end of row. Turn.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 until cloth is square. End on a repeat of row 3.

Finishing: Sc around edges, for corners sc, ch1, sc.

This pattern works up nice and quick and creates a very textured dishcloth.


17 thoughts on “Bubble Dishcloth

  1. thank you for sharing this lovely pattern.

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  3. Just reblogged this on my page and thought I’d let you know. I like the way the look of this dishcloth.

  4. Very nice design, but hardly original, sorry.
    I realise that your disclaimer “*This pattern is provided for free, please do not sell anything made from this pattern.” is commonly used and difficult to enforce. However, the basic bobble design (a row alternating a triple crochet with a single crochet followed by a row of single crochet) is nothing new and is published in almost every compendium of crochet stitches. I have pieces my grandmother crocheted in the 1900’s and a baby sweater my mom made me in 1956 using this same stitch. My husband’s aunt made me a set of hotpads with bobble stitch in 1978.

    • I realize that it is not an original, but I did spend time writing out the pattern and counting my stitches. I think there might even be another version of it somewhere on ravelry. I didn’t copy it and came up with it on my own, it is posted for people to enjoy without having to come up with stitch counts on their own. Thank you for taking the time to send along your thoughts!

      • If someone gives you credit for the pattern can they sell the item made from it? but by your own admission it is not an oringal design so a person can sell the finish product. I do not sell what I make I give them as gifts with the credit going to the creator of the pattern

      • Since it seems like this statement is creating more problems than it is work, I have just removed it. Feel free to make and gift and sell as you wish! 🙂

  5. Great pattern, easy to follow, nice results! Thanks so much!

  6. Wow, I luv this look. Thanks for the pattern. I can’t wait to try this.

  7. Thank you so much for taking the time to write out the pattern. I have made patterns before and know how much time goes in to writing them out. One question for you. What size crochet hook did you use for yours?

  8. I love this pattern. I am making them for Amish friends of mine. It is so much fun to work on. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Thank you so much, for sharing and taking timeout to write this pattern. You did an awesome job. 😘

  11. Wondering what I am doing Wrong, my Triple crochets aren’t just showing on one side some on the right side and some on the Wrong side! Help please!

  12. I have made many dishcloths using your pattern. I love it and so do the many people I have given them to. Thank you for sharing.

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