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Trinity Stitch Crocheted Washcloth #1204


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Pamper yourself {or a loved one} with these fabulous 7" crocheted washcloths! When made using 100% cotton yarn, these washcloths are fantastically eco-friendly! Just toss them in the washer and dryer, and they'll last for years. Plus, the more you wash them, the softer they get! The trinity stitch is a gently ridged stitch, so these washcloths have just the right amount of texture for gentle facial exfoliation and are soft enough for baby's delicate skin, but tough enough to scrub dishes in the kitchen! These washcloths are perfect as baby shower, hostess, or bridal shower gifts, or would make a perfect addition to a spa-theme gift basket. Please share your finished projects: -On our Flickr stream! -On Ravelry: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Stitch Single Crochet

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cotton Yarn (ie: Lily Sugar'n Cream, Red Heart Creme de la Creme, or Knit Picks Dishie): approx. 60 yards
  • H8 (5mm) Crochet Hook

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Cora's Quilts by Shelley Cavanna
Cora's Quilts by Shelley Cavanna
Welcome to Cora's Quilts on Craftsy! My name is Shelley: wife, mom, quilter, and designer from Sacramento, CA. My quilts have a modern mosaic feel, with just a bit of fair-isle-knitting and pixel-art inspiration mixed in. I am crazy about complex quilts with entwining blocks and layer-upon-layer of design elements. My company motto is, “stunning quilts made simple.” Even though my designs appear complex, everything is broken down into smaller building blocks using simple, straight-forward piecing. With careful cutting and accurate piecing, my designs are both appealing and approachable to a wide variety of quilting skill levels and styles. Visit my blog at to see what I'm working on in my studio or visit my etsy shop at for kits featuring the patterns you see here. Thanks for stopping by and happy sewing!