Baby Washcloths Set

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Baby Washcloths Set Pattern


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Crocheting: Baby Washcloths Set
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Requires basic crochet skills - chains, slip stitches, single, double, half-double crochet
  • You will be working in rows as well as rounds and changing colors

Pattern Description:

These easy to make washcloths are just the right size for using on baby - and they are *so* much nicer than a piece of terrycloth. Made using Sinfonia 100% Mercerized Cotton, these cloths have just enough substance to them to be able to get little bottoms clean and still keep that cotton softness that's so important for your little one. And the more you use them, the softer and more absorbent they will get.

The pattern includes directions for 2 different washcloths with a 3rd variation using multiple colors.

Make a set of 2, 4 or more trimmed with pastel colors in just a couple of hours for a one-of-a-kind shower gift any new mom will be delighted to receive.


varies between cloths

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Each cloth is approximately 6.5 inches square


  • 1 oz or less of sport weight cotton yarn
  • US size E (3.5mm) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Sinfonia 100% mercerized cotton yarn

About Designer

About Designer

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Pam Daley Designs
by Pam Daley
Full time RVers - currently in Oregon
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Crocheting is my crafty passion - passed on to me by my grandmother. :-)

My husband and I were both blessed to be able to retire just after turning 50 in January 2007. We sold just about everything we couldn?t fit in the pickup truck or RV and started choosing places we wanted to see on a big map.

And then I got cancer.

Our travel plans were put on hold as I went through chemotherapy, ...

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