13 Spooktacular Halloween Free Dishcloth Knitting Patterns
A few months ago, I published a blog post 15 Easy Dishcloth Knitting Patterns and knitters like you are loving it! It is quickly becoming one of the most popular articles here at NobleKnits.
So with Halloween just around the corner, I rounded up 13 spooktacular free dishcloth patterns for you to knit.
These ghoulish and creepy cloths may be used as dishcloths, washcloths, or facecloths.
If you like to decorate for holidays, these cloths add a bit of whimsy to your kitchen and bathroom.
Almost all of the patterns are easy to knit and work up in as little as an hour or two.
Projects include ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, bats, skulls, candy corn, pumpkins, and spiders.
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Free Halloween Dishcloth Knitting Patterns
#1. Pumpking Free Dishcloth Knitting Pattern
This adorable pumpkin will certainly get your kitchen ready for fall! This dishcloth features garter stitch with “outlines” of stockinette to create a reversible fabric that gives the look of a pumpkin from each side.
#4. Morticia’s Washcloth Free Knitting Pattern
Knit a hauntingly spooky ghost. This washcloth feature a ghost with orange patch and clanking chains.
#9. It’s a Bat, Man! Dishcloth Free Knitting Pattern
This bat may just be my favorite in this Halloween dishcloth collection. Designed by Elaine Fitzpatrick, the project uses Peaches & Cream OR Sugar’n Cream yarns. Her website also includes instructions to make a baby bib version of this motif.
#11. Jack-O-Lantern Free Dishcloth Knitting Pattern
Carve a jack-o-lantern with your knitting needles! Designed by Kat Mcab, this free dishcloth pattern uses all knit and purl stitches to create a reversible finished project. Knit it using Lily Sugar’n Cream durable cotton yarn.
#13. Halloween Skull Dishcloth Free Knitting Pattern
Michelle Dickson created a gruesome skull using eyelets and garter stitch. The result is a reversible dishcloth or washcloth that is quick and easy to knit.
It’s Your Turn!
Which of these spooky fellows will you be casting on your needles? Will you be knitting these dishcloths for yourself or giving them to friends?
Do you have a favorite Halloween dishcloth knitting pattern I didn’t mention above? Leave a comment or ask a question…I’d love to hear from you!