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Rosie’s Washcloth Free Crochet Pattern

Simple and textured crochet washcloth , perfect for quick crafting sessions. Treat yourself and your loved ones today!
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Introducing Rosie’s Washcloth crochet Pattern~a simple yet textured washcloth designed to enhance your daily routine. Whether you’ll be using it for personal care, gifting it to loved ones, or considering it for sale, this pattern offers versatility and charm. 

Four crochet washcloths on a tray with a bar of soap

In this blog post, you’ll discover everything you need to create this washcloth, including materials and detailed instructions. Let’s get started on crafting something both functional and beautiful!

But before we dive into this lovely pattern, feel free to explore more Crochet Bath Essentials.

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Choosing the Perfect Yarn for Washcloths

Crochet washcloths are a popular choice for personal use and gifting because they offer many benefits. They’re durable, so they last through frequent use and washing, making them eco-friendly compared to disposable options. These washcloths are gentle on the skin and provide a luxurious feel, especially when made with soft yarn.

Choosing the right yarn is crucial for achieving the desired texture and durability. One of the best options for crochet washcloths is 100% cotton yarn. Cotton yarn is highly absorbent and soft, perfect for sensitive skin. It’s also durable, maintaining its shape and softness even after many washes, making it ideal for daily use. Additionally, cotton yarn is environmentally friendly and biodegradable, making it a great choice for eco-conscious individuals.

Four crochet washcloths on a marble surface with a bar of soap

Pattern support

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Recommended yarn

**I Love This Cotton Yarn**,  #4 Worsted weight 100% cotton yarn.

Colors shown

Antique Cream
French Lilac
Warm Blush
White

Yarn Substitution

Lily Sugar N Cream Cotton yarn

Yardage

About 100 yd

Crochet Hook

(G) 4 mm

Materials

Tapestry needle: to weave in ends.

Gauge

Gauge is not important in this pattern.  Feel free to use other weights of yarn. just make sure you adjust hook size to fit your needs. With the yarn and hook size given, my  gauge is: 4” square=18 rows and 16 SC.

Abbreviations

  • CH: Chain
  • ST: Stitch
  • SLST: Slip stitch
  • SC: Single crochet
  • SP: Space
  • YO: Yarn over
  • Rep: Repeat

Pattern notes

• This pattern is written in US terms.
• The pattern is easy for a confident beginner.

Tree crochet washcloths with a bar of soap

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Step 1- Crochet the washcloth

Chain 27 to make a foundation chain (or a multiple of 2 plus 1). Keep your tension a little loose when crocheting the foundation chain.

Row 1

In the 2nd CH from the hook, insert the hook and pull up a loop, insert the hook in the next CH, pull up a loop, YO, pull through all 3 loops to complete 2-SC cluster, * insert the hook in last CH already holding last 2-SC cluster, pull up a loop, insert the hook in the next CH, pull up a loop, YO, pull through all 3 loops,* repeat * to* across, finish with a SC in the last CH already holding last 2-SC cluster, CH 1, turn. (27)

Row 2

 In the 1st ST insert the hook, pull up a loop, insert the hook in the next ST, pull up a loop, YO, pull through all 3 loops to complete 2-SC cluster * insert the hook in the last ST already holding last 2-SC cluster, pull up a loop, insert the hook in the next ST, pull up a loop, YO, pull through all 3 loops, * repeat *to* across, finish with a SC in the last ST already holding last 2-Sccluster, CH 1, turn. (27)

Row 3- 29

 Rep Row 2. Finish last Row 29 with a SC in the last ST already holding last 2-SC cluster. Do not cut the yarn yet. Crochet the edging next. Step 2- Crochet the edging.

Crochet washcloths with a bar of soap and a plant

Step 2 – Crochet the edging

1st side

SL ST in the corner ST already holding the last SC and the 2- SC cluster, *skip next row, (SC, CH 2, SC) in the next row (visible hole)*, rep *to* across, (2 SC, CH2, 2 SC) in the corner ST.

2nd  side

*(SC, CH 2, SC) in next ST, skip next ST*, rep *to* across, (2 SC, CH2, 2 SC) in the  corner ST.

3rd and 4th sides

Rep 1st and 2nd sides. Finish with a SL ST in next ST. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Placement of the clusters

  • For the right and left sides, place the (SC, CH 2, SC) groups in every other row (visible holes).
  • For the bottom and top sides, place the (SC, CH 2, SC) groups in every other stitch.

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Hi, I'm Assia

The passionate crochet designer behind The Crochet Village. I'm all about infusing my patterns with a mix of my modern outlook and contemporary flair, while staying true to the solid crochet techniques that have been passed down through generations in my family. Making crochet cool, trendy, and, most importantly, fun! ❤️

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