Yay, my dishcloths did not come out hideous. The photo could use some improvement though. The pink isn't that bright.
It's a deliriously simple pattern. It would have to be considering I made it up and I've made less than 10 projects so far. I used Lily Sugar 'N Cream but any cotton worsted-weight yarn will do. These are a little small and thin for potholders even though the hanging loop makes them look like one. If you want to turn it into a potholder, you can use 2 strands of yarn held together for the main square. Or you could make 2 of the main squares and do the edging through both squares. If you want to make the squares bigger, just increase the chain, which should be an even number plus 1.
If you want to sell the items you create from this pattern, feel free. (But, don't sell the pattern. Who would pay for it anyway?)
Cotton worsted-weight yarn (size 4)
(Note: One ball of each color will be more than enough for 2 dishcloths.)
Size H hook
Measures approximately 6 1/2 in X 6 1/2 in
With color A, chain 21.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook. *(dc, sc). Repeat from * to end of chain ending with a dc. (20 stitches) Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: #(sc, dc) Repeat from * to end of row ending with a dc. (20 stitches) Ch 1, turn.
Repeat row 2 until swatch is square.
Join color B with slip stitch in any corner.
Round 1: *(Sc until you reach a corner. 3 sc into corner.) Repeat from * 3 times. Sl st into beginning sl st.
Round 2: 3 sc into corner. (Insert stitch marker into beginning sc.) Sc until you reach corner. Ch 12. 3 sc into corner. *(Sc until you reach next corner. 3 sc into corner) Repeat from * 2 times. Fasten off. Weave in ends.