Farmhouse Dish Set Crochet Pattern

Farmhouse Dish Set Crochet Pattern

Happy Friday Friends! I am so excited to be sharing my Farmhouse Dish Set pattern with you all today! I designed and published this pattern a few years ago and it has since been a paid only pattern in my Etsy shop and on Ravelry. This has been one of my best sellers! I make these crochet dish cloths and towels for Christmas, wedding, and house warming gifts every year, plus I have a bunch for my own home and have sold so many sets!

What I love most about this pattern is the beautiful texture! These unique ridges are created from working the even moss stitch, which is just made up of 2 simple stitches! This pattern is beginner friendly and the size of each towel can easily be adjusted! The pattern includes instructions for a dish/wash cloth, dish towel, and hanging towel.

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Check out the free video tutorial for this pattern on YouTube! Want the ad-free, easy to print pdf?? Click HERE to get it from Etsy and HERE to get it from Ravelry!

If you love this Dish Set, be sure to checkout the matching Farmhouse Pot Holder! You can find the free written pattern HERE and the video tutorial HERE.

If you’re ready to get started, let’s grab our supplies and let’s get making!

Difficulty

Easy

Gauge

14 STs x 17 Rows = 4” x 4” in Even Moss Stitch (SL ST in 1st ST, HDC in next)
Adjust hook size up or down to meet gauge

Notes

● These patterns use the Even Moss Stitch. The Even Moss Stitch is created by working a SL ST into the first ST, then a HDC in the next, then SL ST into the next. Repeat until the end of the row. For the next row you will repeat the same pattern, working the SL ST into the previous SL ST and the HDC into the previous HDC. This will create a beautifully textured piece.
●Work SL STs loosely especially the first and last one of each row to ensure your piece doesn’t cinch at the ends.
● To adjust the width: make your chain as long or short as you want, just be sure to chain an even number of stitches. To adjust the length: work as many rows to get your desired length.
● Beginning chains do not count as stitches throughout the whole pattern.
● The number in parenthesis at the end of each round represents the total number of stitches to be worked in each row.
● Repeat instructions between asterisks (*) until the end of each row.

Supplies

Medium (4) Weight Cotton Yarn (I used: I Love This Cotton)  
               
Dishcloth 2 oz / 105 yards
                Dish Towel 6 oz / 310 yards
                Hanging Towel 3.5 oz / 180 yards
● Hook: 5.00 mm (H)
Yarn Needle
Scissors
Button for Hanging Towel (I used a 1” toggle button)

Abbreviations (US Terms)

ST(s) – Stitch(es)
SL ST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet
SC – Single Crochet
SC2TOG – Single Crochet Two Together
SC3TOG – Single Crochet Three Together
SK – Skip

Pattern

Dish Cloth (8.5″ x 8.5″)

CH 32

Row 1: SL ST into 2nd CH from hook. *HDC in next ST, SL ST into next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Rows 2-36: SL ST in 1st ST. *HDC in next ST, SL ST in next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Tie off and weave in ends.

Dish Towel (13″ x 21″)

CH 48

Row 1: SL ST into 2nd CH from hook. *HDC in next ST, SL ST into next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (47)

Rows 2-90: SL ST in 1st ST. *HDC in next ST, SL ST in next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (47)

Tie off and weave in ends.

Hanging Towel (8.5″ x 19″)

CH 32

Row 1: SL ST into 2nd CH from hook. *HDC in next ST, SL ST into next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Rows 2-50: SL ST in 1st ST. *HDC in next ST, SL ST in next* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Row 51: SC in each ST across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Row 52: HDC in 1st ST. *CH 1, SK 1, HDC in next ST* repeat across. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Row 53: 2 SC in each CH space across and 1 SC in the last ST. CH 1. Turn. (31)

Row 54: SC2TOG in 1st 2 STs. SC in each ST across until 2 STs remain. SC2TOG in last 2 STs. CH 1. Turn. (29)

Rows 55-64: Repeat Row 54 until 9 STs remain.

Rows 65-90: SC in each ST across. CH 1. Turn. (9)

Row 91: SC in 1st 4 STs. CH 2, SK 1, SC in last 4 STs. CH 1. Turn. (9) Row 91 is where we will create the button hole. Adjust the number of chains and the amount of stitches skipped if using a larger button.

Row 92: SC in 1st 4 STs, 1 SC in the CH space, SC in remaining 4 STs. CH 1. Turn. (9)

Rows 93-95: SC in each ST across. CH 1. Turn. (9)

Row 96: SC2TOG in 1st 2 STs. SC in next 5 STs. SC2TOG in remaining 2 STs. CH 1. Turn. (7)

Row 97: SC2TOG in 1st 2 STs. SC in next 3 STs. SC2TOG in remaining 2 STs. CH 1. Turn. (5)

Row 98: SC2TOG in 1st 2 STs. SC in next ST. SC2TOG in remaining 2 STs. CH 1. Turn. (3)

Row 99: SC3TOG in last 3 STs. CH 1. Turn. (1)

Row 100: SL ST into last ST. Tie off & weave in ends.


Attaching the Button

Place your button centered between rows 63 and 64, use your yarn needle and tightly sew your button down. Weave in ends and cut off excess yarn.

And you’re all done! I hope you enjoyed the Farmhouse Dish Set pattern! I can’t wait to see your finished creations, so be sure to tag @theturtletrunk on Instagram!

Add that extra professional touch to your handmade cloths and towels with WRAP LABELS! Find these wrap labels HERE in my Etsy Shop! Simply download the files, print at home, and wrap! Includes 4 pages of labels and cut lines!

Wrap Labels for handmade dish cloth and towels

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