Crochet Dishcloth Pattern – Mixed Cluster Stitch

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Crochet dishcloths are such a great little project to make. They are quick, use up leftover yarn, and let you practice a new stitch to see how you like it. For this one, I wanted to try out this new stitch and it worked up great and I can see now where I might use this stitch in another project. This crochet dishcloth pattern is created with the mixed cluster stitch. It it really simple to use when you get into the groove. I found myself just zoning out and counting and then I was finished!

If you are interested in learning some other stitches, check out our tutorials for the back loop only stitch and the classic granny square cluster stitch.

Crochet mixed cluster stitch dishcloth pattern

My materials

  • Cotton yarn – Bernat Handicrafter DeLux – Olive
  • H hook



The Pattern

Crochet mixed cluster stitch dishcloth pattern

Stitches used

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
mc – mixed cluster stitch

How to work the mixed cluster stitch –

yarn over, insert hook into the first st , yarn over, draw loop through, yarn over, draw through two loops, skip 1 st, twice into the same st, (6 loops on your hook), yarn over, draw through all loops on hook.

Crochet mixed cluster stitch dishcloth pattern

The Pattern –

Chain 26 (multiples of 2 stitches +1 – add 1 for base chain)

Row 1 – skip 2 ch and work 1 sc into next and each ch to the end, turn
Row 2 – ch 2, 1 mc inserting hook into 1st st and 3rd st, ch 1, 1 mc inserting hook into same st as previous mc, repeat until the end of row, the last stitch should end the row, turn
Row 3 – ch 1, skip 1st st, 1 sc into the next and each st to the end, turn
Rows – 4-17 – repeat rows 2-3




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