This is a FREE pattern for a super quick and easy beginner washcloth. These washcloths work up quickly and don’t use a whole lot of yarn. Because of this they would make great items for markets or just for stocking up your Etsy shop.
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The washcloths end up about 8 inches by 8 inches in size. Depending on your tension and the yarn you use. If you would like the washcloth large add more starting chains at the beginning but make sure your chain is an odd number. you can also add more rows to make it taller.
I can’t wait to see all your finished washcloths! I hope you love the pattern as much as I do! If you ever have any questions or comments feel free to reach out through comments or the contact page. Or you can find me on Instagram @coz.e_creations
- Cotton Yarn I use Lily Sugar ‘n Cream yarn because they are affordable and have a great variety of colors. I can make one washcloth with less than 1 small ball of it. But any Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn will work
- 5.00mm Crochet hook The Clover hook is on sale on Amazon right now for only $3.34
- Yarn needle Click HERE to get 9 yarn needles for $3.99!
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single crochet
- Sl st = Slip stitch
Before you start
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Row 1: Sc in third ch from hook going into the top loop of the chain and the back bump. *Ch 1, skip a chain, Sc in next stitch* Repeat *to* this all the way to the end of the chain. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2. Sc in first ch 1 space from previous row. *Ch 1, sc in next ch space* Repeat to the end of row. Make sure your last sc in the ch 2 from the previous row if you do not your washcloth will not have straight edges. Turn.
Repeat row 2.
Border: Ch 1, sc all the way across in each
sc and chain space. In the last space (the ch 2 from previous row) Sc, ch 2,
sc. This forms a corner. (There will be 34 sc across. The second sc in the last
stitch counts as the first sc of the side)
Continue to sc all the
way down the side placing a sc in each row. In the last row sc, ch 2, sc. This
forms another corner. (There will be 28 sc on the side.)
Then sc across the starting ch. As you sc across the bottom you can crochet over your first tail so you don’t have to weave it in later. In the last ch sc, ch 2, sc. Forming the next corner. (There will be 34 sc across.)
Then sc up the
side. The last sc will be in the same stitch as the very first sc of the
border. Then ch 2 and sl st to the first sc. (There will be 28 sc on the side)
Loop: Ch 25, sl st back into the same stitch. Weave in ends.
The loop is
optional. I like a big loop so I can hang it on my handle in my shower. If you
want a smaller loop chain less.