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Textured Pebble Washcloths

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This pattern was initially designed for The Stitchin' Mommy, and first appeared there as a contributor post in June 2016. I just love the texture of this stitch pattern that I once discovered in a dress many moons ago. Materials: - Less than 100 Yards each of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn - I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Ecru and Solid Blue Jean - H8/5mm Crochet Hook - Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends - I used a #18 - Opt. Jewelry Pliers which make it much easier to weave in your ends Material Notes: Yarn Alternatives: Lion Brand's Kitchen Cotton, Bernat's Handicrafter, Hobby Lobby's Crafters Secret Cotton. I do not recommend Hobby Lobby's I Love This Cotton as it isn't as durable. Time Spent: I worked up each washcloth in just under an hour. This PDF contains 2 pages and 1 photo. Pattern is available for free on The Stitchin Mommy blog, but there isn't a printer friendly option without this fee to compensate for the loss of views when you no longer need to return to the blog. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY SC - Single Crochet DC - Double Crochet GAUGE 16 HDC by 10 Rows = 4" x 4" SUGGESTED YARN 100 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN I used Lily Sugar n Cream COLORWAY I used Ecru and Solid Blue Jean

Recommended with this pattern

  • Less than 100 Yards of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn
  • H8/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

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EyeLoveKnots
EyeLoveKnots
I can be described as a “craft, coffee and cat addict”. I began my crafting journey more than 10 years ago with needlepoint on plastic canvas (thanks Aunt Arlys!). In 2014, I jumped head first into crocheting and jewelry making, and my blogging journey as EyeLoveKnots, named in honor of family members affected by Retinoblastoma - a cancer of the eye. I currently craft part time. This is my true passion, and I am very grateful for your business, support and feedback - hoping to make it to full time soon! I can also be found on EyeLoveCrafts.blogspot.com, where I have begun a craft directory!