I love this easy crochet shells washcloth dishcloth. It is so simple and is so feminine. You will find this shell variation is easy and delicate. You can follow instruction and the chart below to crochet this easy shells washcloth dishcloth, or purchase the complete written crochet pattern at the following links. RAVELRY or ETSY
Baby Blankets that use this shell stitch.
Heirloom Shells Baby Blanket (free video tutorials, follow the CAL links)
Cotton Baby Blue Blanket (Free on this blog)
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- 1 Mainstays 100% cotton yarn was used to crochet the Shells Washcloth Dishcloth.
- 2 Using a sequence of double crochet and shell stitches is a change from most Shell stitch sequences.
- 3 Other crochet designs from Krissy’s Over The Mountain Crochet have featured this shell stitch variation.
- 4 Easy Crochet Shells Variation Washcloth Dishcloth
- 5 Easy Crochet Shells Variation Washcloth Dishcloth (multiple of 7 chains)
- 6 COPYRIGHT STATEMENT
Mainstays 100% cotton yarn was used to crochet the Shells Washcloth Dishcloth.
I fell in love with the colors of this very soft yarn. It isn’t as stiff as most cotton dishcloth yarn. It is flexible and easily slides across your crochet hook. I haven’t washed this yarn yet. I will update you after I do.
Using a sequence of double crochet and shell stitches is a change from most Shell stitch sequences.
I have always loved to crochet the shell stitch, and this sequence places two double crochet stitches beside each other, between each shell. Then when the next row is executed, the shell is placed between those double crochet stitches.
Other crochet designs from Krissy’s Over The Mountain Crochet have featured this shell stitch variation.
The first time this stitch was used a beautiful baby blanket came to life. It is called the “Baby Blue Blanket”. It was so disappointing when the yarn was discontinued. The next design was an Heirloom Shells Sampler Blanket. Imagine how frustrating it was to find out that yarn was discontinued as well. Both blankets are beautiful and can easily be duplicated in an alternative yarn.
Easy Crochet Shells Variation Washcloth Dishcloth
Mainstays 100% Cotton Yarn. Approx. 60 yds. (54.864 m) Colorway (Arctic White, Brown Stone, Soft Silver, Opaline Green)
4″x4″ = 2 shells and 4 dc st’s in the pattern x 8.5 rows high (dishcloth = 7” x 6.5”)
The video below will walk you through how to crochet this Easy Crochet Shells Washcloth Dishcloth.
ch = Chain
dc = Double Crochet
join w/ = join with
skp = Skip
nxt = Next
prev. = previous
st./st’s = stitch or stitches
beg. = beginning
* * = Complete sequence between the stars, the number of times stated;
x = Times; example Repeat 2 x or 2 times; 3 x or 3 times and so on;
in = example “in nxt st” means you will be inserting the hook under the top two loops of the next stitch to complete stitch or sequence of stitches stated
Special Stitch Guide:
shell – 5 dc st’s in the st indicated
Easy Crochet Shells Variation Washcloth Dishcloth (multiple of 7 chains)
Using F-5/3.75 mm
On January 14th, 2023, this Crochet Shells Washcloth Dishcloth is being featured in the Winter Washcloths Series Event, hosted by Michelle Ferguson of Two Brother’s Blankets. I’m pretty excited about this feature!
There is a new free washcloth dishcloth every day in January. Click the button below, to go to the Winter Washcloth Event. Scroll down until you see the shells washcloth. You will find the code, after you have the code, follow the instructions.
If you don’t want to visit the event every day to grab the free crochet pattern. You can purchase the bundle, and you will have all of the washcloth crochet patterns together in one spot.
This pattern is protected by copyright© Krissys Over The Mountain Crochet 2023. Do not sell, alter or redistribute this pattern in any way or form. You have my permission to sell your finished product, but you are responsible for the finished product. No Mass Production.