This pattern was designed by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots, exclusively for The Stitchin’ Mommy.
I just love the texture of this stitch pattern that I once discovered in a dress many moons ago. I have many ideas for this stitch pattern, but if you have any requests, drop me a note below.
Textured Pebble Washcloth
- 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
SC – Single Crochet
TC – Triple Crochet
16 HDC by 10 Rows = 4″ x 4″
Small: 8″ x 8″
Large: 8″ x 10.5″
- I worked up each washcloth in just under an hour.
- Beginning chain one does not count as a stitch in final count.
- The small size instructions are shown, with the large size instructions in parenthesis.
- 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.
R1: Chain 28. SC into the 2nd stitch from the hook, (TC into the next stitch, SC into the next stitch) 13x. (27 stitches)
R2: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st stitch, and each stitch across. (27 SCs)
R3: Chain 1, turn. SC into the 1st stitch, (TC into the next stitch, SC into the next stitch) 13x. (27 stitches)
R4 – 25 (31): Repeat Rows 2 and 3, ending with a Row 3.
Border: Chain 1, turn. Work 2 SCs into the 1st stitch, SC into the next 25 stitches, 3 SC in the next stitch – corner, SC 24 (30) down the side of the washcloth, 3 SC into the next stitch – corner, SC 25 along the opposite end of the beginning foundation chain, 3 SC into the next stitch – corner, SC 24 (30) up the side of the washcloth, SC into the last stitch. Join to the first SC. (110 SC; 122 SC)
Fasten Off and Weave in Ends.
Please feel free to make and sell your own Textured Pebble Washcloth, but please DO NOT claim this pattern as your own nor should you sell my pattern, and DO NOT re-publish my photos as your own. DO NOT copy and paste my pattern anywhere, link to it instead. DO NOT publish photos of my process, please.
|Alexandra started her crafting adventure with needlepoint on plastic canvas nine years ago, making anything she could think of from masks for school plays to pictures frames and small trinkets. Two years ago she jumped head first into crocheting and jewelry making, and her blogging journey as EyeLoveKnots, named in honor of family members affected by Retinoblastoma, a cancer of the eye. You can find more information about Retinoblastoma at Eye Cancer MD. See more from Alexandra on her Facebook page, Ravelry, and Etsy shop.|