two coral-colored crochet washcloths folded into squares

Cool! Let’s start your Carrot Stitch Crochet Washcloth!

Two white mugs and two coral crochet dishcloths on a wooden handle

Ch 24.
Row 1: sc in second ch from hook. *ch 1, sk 1, sc* 11 times. (23)

In-progress picture of row 1

Row 2: ch 1, turn. sc, *dc, sc* 11 times.(23)

In-progress picture of row 2 being crocheted

Row 3: ch 1, turn. sc, *ch 1, sk 1, sc* 11 times. (23)

Row 4: ch 1, turn. sc, *dc, sc* 11 times.(23)

In-progress picture of the carrot stitch dishcloth, with several rows completed

Rows 5 – 20: Repeat rows 3 – 4.

In-progress picture of the carrot-stitch crochet dishcloth, midway through a row

Row 21 (border): ch 1, turn. sc 23, 2 more sc in last st, sc 20, 2 more sc in last st, sc 23, 2 more sc in last st, sc 20, 2 more sc in last st. Invisible join and weave in ends.

In-progress picture of the border being crocheted

Aaaand you’re done! Crochet a couple more dishcloths so you can have plenty for doing dishes in your kitchen, or call them washcloths and make a whole set for your guest bathroom.

Two coral-colored crochet dishcloths in a white bowl

To make the pattern larger, for a full-size carrot stitch kitchen towel or maybe even a blanket, make an even-numbered starting chain that’s as long as your wee heart desires!

Vertical image of two coral-colored crochet dishcloths with a crochet hook on top

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