Spritz Cookie Crochet Dishcloth

The one thing I love is a quick and easy dishcloth pattern I can work up in between projects; well, in this case, it is the project I can work up quickly to help me get a little of my crojo back. Sometimes, you just need something simple, not lacking in the fancy factor however!

Now, I know it’s stretching it to call a dishcloth fancy, but the pattern itself is so simple and you end up with a very pretty finish, and working up something on a smaller scale can sometimes inspire an even bigger project.

I’m working on a scarf right now using the Spritz Cookie pattern because I fell in love with the simplicity of this project and, of course, the speed! It really is a quick pattern to get together. (I will post a photo of my finished scarf shortly.)

I honestly am not going into a song and dance about how I come up with the names for my patterns. Many things I see, others will not, but at the end of the day, as long as you are happy with the end result, THAT is what makes my day!

This pattern is one of my Power Hour projects because you can make multiple dishcloths in less than an hour… THAT QUICK!!! THAT EASY!!!

So now, I introduce to you, the Spritz Cookie Dishcloth pattern, I hope you enjoy your work up and of course, I thank you so much, for your interest in my patterns! Happy Yarning Friends!



  • Yarn- Cotton. 
  • J hook – 6mm was used in video. 
  • Stitch marker (optional) 
  • Blunt needle 
  • Scissors 

Techniques & Terms 

  • Sc – Single crochet – Insert hook into stitch, yarn over and draw through a loop. Yarn over once more and draw through both loops on hook. 
  • Sc 2 Together – Insert hook into stitch, yarn over and draw through a loop, insert hook directly into next stitch, yarn over and draw through a loop, Yarn over once more and draw through all 3 loops on hook. 
  • Sl st- Slip stitch 
  • Ch – chain  


This pattern is worked in multiples of 4. After determining your desired size, add 1 for turning chain. 

Written pattern below is based on a starting chain of 21. (4 x 5 + 1) 

Video Tutorial is based on a starting chain of 17. (4 x 4 + 1) 

  1. Ch 21, work sc into 2nd chain from the hook and then each chain after. (See seamless foundation video for cleaner finish to your project.) (20) 
  2. Ch 1, turn. Sc into 1st st, working over next 2 st, *sc 2 together, (place hook directly into next stitch, yarn over, draw through loop, place hook directly into next stitch, yarn over, draw through another loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 3 loops on hook), ch 1* repeat ** until you have only 1 stitch remaining in row, sc into last stitch. (20) 
  3. Ch 1, turn, sc into each stitch in row. (20) 
  4. Ch 1, turn, repeat row 2. (20) 
  5. Ch 1, turn, repeat row 3. (20) 

Repeat rows 4 and 5 until you have the length you desire. 

End your pattern with a row of sc to match the start of your dishcloth. 

Finish off, optional sc border 


Make a scarf! A starting chain of 17 or more would offer a great width to create a scarf with this pattern! (Can’t wait to show you my finished scarf!)

Make a blanket! For a standard size throw (Approx 50 x 60), try a starting chain of 181 (45 x 4 + 1) (Based on a 6 mm hook) 


I really hope you enjoyed working this pattern! It was such a quick and no-brainer pattern, I couldn’t help but make several to replace some older raggedy cloths I’ve had in my kitchen for a while now. 

You could easily make multiple cloths in less than an hour! It’s that quick. 

I also feel this is the perfect beginner pattern. Although the 2 together isn’t exactly your basic beginner stitch, it is just too easy to pick up and run with. 

Make sure if you have any questions at all to take a look at the video tutorial linked above. Please also keep in mind, the video was created for a beginner crocheter so if you are someone with enough crochet knowledge, be forewarned, I teach this pattern at a beginner level to help with all aspects of the pattern process. I answer all comments on videos so make sure if you have a question you post it or go into our Facebook group and tag me (Colleen Hays).  

I will do my very best to help! 

I would love to see your dishcloths or any of your other creations! Come join us over at YarnWars on Facebook or Like our YarnWars Facebook Page and tag me (Colleen Hays) so I can check it out! 

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I created this pattern to be offered free to my yarn crafting friends near and far. This includes anyone with a passion for yarn in whatever medium, crochet, knit, loom and more. Whatever you wish to do, be it sell or gift your final workup of this pattern, you are welcome to do so, I just ask that you try to give a small credit in some way to YarnWars for the design. Please do not distribute copies of this pattern instead, please refer others to YarnWars.com website to pick up their own free copy. Referring others to my website is what enables me to continue creating free patterns for the community and offering venues for yarn-tistas to come together. All of my patterns are also available for download in the Files tab of our YarnWars Facebook group.  

Thank you so much for your interest in my pattern and your appreciation for the terms laid out! ♥ 

Have an amazing day & happy yarning, my friends!


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