You will love the softness of these cute washcloths! Make them for yourself or someone you love. Great for gifting for baby showers with a nice ribbon or make them with a bar of homemade soap for a friend.
Note: If you would like a tighter washcloth or dishcloth, feel free to go down in hook sizes until you find a gauge you like, and increase your beginning chain. The stitch pattern will work as long as your beg ch is an odd number.
Not crucial for this project. Your washcloth is your gauge swatch.
Once upon a time, I lived in a small town and saw something crocheted and just HAD to learn what it was and how to do it. I was 11, and I haven't stopped since - I can honestly say that crocheting ...
Once upon a time, I lived in a small town and saw something crocheted and just HAD to learn what it was and how to do it. I was 11, and I haven't stopped since - I can honestly say that crocheting has been a huge part of my life. I decided to learn how to knit about 9 years ago, after being intimidated by it for a long time. So glad I finally learned!
I started actively designing in 2008 and haven't looked back. I used to sit down and create items for myself because I couldn't find exactly what I was looking for in other patterns. Then one day it dawned on me that I should try to write my ideas up for others. And here I am!