Waterfall Crochet Dishcloths
Waterfall Crochet Dishcloths includes 8 colorful designs for crocheted dishcloths. These unique projects use the waterfall crochet technique. The Waterfall Crochet technique uses chain spaces to create a lattice to work over. This allows you to make color changes easily at the end of the rows.
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Title: Waterfall Crochet Charts for Dishcloths
Designer: Joanne C. Gonzalez
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Waterfall Crochet Charts for Dishcloths
The Waterfall Crochet technique uses chain spaces to create a lattice to work over. This allows you to make color changes easily at the end of the rows.
These projects are created by following crochet charts and a detailed explanation is provided on page 26 to teach you How to Use Waterfall Crochet Charts. A Waterfall Crochet Appendix that is filled with step-by-step photo tutorials for the stitches is found on pages 31-33. A Tips section has also been included on page 34.
The patterns and charts are included from page 2 to page 25. The dishcloth patterns refer to the charts after Row 1 so you will need to learn how to read the crochet charts (see page 26 for help) to complete these dishcloth patterns. Once you master this new technique these projects will work up quickly!
Other books in this series include: Learn to Waterfall Crochet, and Waterfall Crochet Granny Squares.
Waterfall Crochet Charts for Dishcloths. The Patterns.
- Round & Round
- 3 Colors in Circles
Take a closer look at all the projects you can make here: Waterfall Crochet Charts for Dishcloths
These patterns are written in U.S. crochet terms. The Metric Conversion Charts are located on page 38 and the Stitch Guide is included on page 39.
Need more help with stitches? Check out Annie’s Craft Store’s free online Stitch Guide here.
How to Use Waterfall Crochet Charts
- Reading the Charts
- Tutorial (Rows 1-4 of Honeycomb in Text)
Waterfall Crochet Appendix
- Waterfall over 4 rows and into st (W4st)
- Making the Stitch – Adding Loops to the Hook
- Working into the Corresponding Stitch Below
- Working the Loops off the Hook
- Line Up Stitches
- Choose Hook Shaft (with uniform size)
- Keep Yarn Snug
- Maintain Chain-Space Tension
- Carry Dropped Colors
My favorite Waterfall Crochet Dishcloth is:
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