Easy Textured Washcloths – Two Free Patterns

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It’s time for the next installment in my Spa Day series! This week I have not one, but two patterns! I have two fabulous washcloths for you to add to your Puffy Bath Pouf and Easy Face Scrubbies. Did you start building your spa gift baskets yet? I can’t wait to show you mine! Until then, Happy Crocheting!

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Grit Stitch Washcloth

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Skill Level:

Easy

Materials:

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Abbreviations:

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
t-ch – turning chain

Gauge:

4 stitches and 3 rows = 1 inch, in pattern stitch

Finished Size:

10″ x 10″

Multiple:

2+1

Instructions:

Ch 41
Row 1: 1 sc into 3rd ch from hook, *sk the next st, 2 sc into the next st; Repeat from * until there are 2 sts remaining, sk the next st, 1 sc into the last st, turn. (38 sts)
Row 2: Ch 1, 1 sc into the first st; *sk the next st, 2 sc into the next st; Repeat from until the last st, sk the next st, 1 sc into the t-ch, turn. (38 sts)
Row 3: Ch 1, 1 sc into the first st, *sk the next st, 2 sc into the next st; Repeat from * until there are 2 sts remaining, sk the next st, 1 sc into the last st, turn. (38 sts)
Row 4-34:
Repeat Row 3

Finish:

  • Without fastening off, Ch 1
  • Sc evenly around the entire square, placing 3 sc in each corner.
  • Fasten off, join to beginning st with an invisible join.
  • Weave all ends.

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Moss Stitch Washcloth

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Skill Level:

Easy

Materials:

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Abbreviations:

ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
t-ch – turning chain

Gauge:

4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch, in pattern stitch

Finished Size:

10″ x 10″

Multiple:

Ch any multiple of 2

Instructions:

Ch 40
Row 1: Sl st into the 2nd ch from hook, *1 hdc into the next st, sl st into the next st; Repeat from * across, turn. (39 sts)
Row 2: Ch 1, 1 hdc into the first st, *sl st into the next st, 1 hdc into the next st; Repeat from * across, turn. (39 sts)
Row 3: Ch 1, sl st into the next st, *1 hdc into the next st, sl st into the next st; Repeat from * to across, turn. (39 sts)
Row 4-41:
 Repeat Rows 2-3
Row 42: Repeat row 2.

Finish:

  • Without fastening off, Ch 1
  • Sc evenly around the entire square, placing 3 sc in each corner.
  • Fasten off, join to beginning st with an invisible join.
  • Weave all ends.

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25 Comments

  1. I have a lot of leftover cotton yarn and these patterns are just right for me. I also do not block my crochet cotton washcloths. Thanks to young people like you we older ones can still crochet something easy. Please continue in your endeavor!

  2. i am a just beginner at crochetting. Can this pattern be enlarged into a baby blanket.
    It is a beautiful pattern and i would really like to try making it into a baby blanket

    1. Hi Barbara! There are two different patterns in this post 🙂 For the first one, you have to chain a larger multiple of 2 and add one for the foundation chain. For the second one, it’s just a larger multiple of 2.

  3. Been away from crochet for 50 plus years. These look lovely and a
    good way to ease back in. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Absolutely love the washcloths and little facial scrubbies!!! Your patterns are so easy to follow and makes crocheting them a breeze 🙂 I’m making several spa baskets and will fill them with you facial scrub as well as washcloths, scrubbies, and bath pouffs for Christmas. Thank you so much for sharing these patterns and ideas.

  5. Hi!
    I, too, like all the others who commented, love these beautiful dishcloths/washcloths. I think I will be making them for a baby – friend has a neighbour who is having a baby in September – I’ve crocheted bib, burp cloth & thinking of using your patterns for the facecloths – just so love the designs – so beautiful! I, too was having problem, same as Anna. I will redo 3rd row & hopefully I do it right this time. You answer questions very quickly & that is another reason I love your site. A lot of times if I have a problem I write the designer but don’t get an answer back – I try to avoid their sites later. Tk u so much for sharing your talent & patterns They are truly great! Your work always looks so wonderful as do your pics. Tk u again!

    1. That sounds so wonderful Helen! I hope the new mom loves the items that you made for her 🙂 Thank you for all of your kid words! I do try to help as much as I can, even if I can’t answer right away, I always try to answer at some point 🙂 Take care! Let me know if you have any questions!

    1. Hi Emily! It’s hard to say. What I used to do, when I sold finished items, was calculate the cost of my materials, packing and shipping costs, and determined how much I would charge for labor (how much I would pay myself for my time per hour) and then multiply that by 2 to get the price. I don’t know if that makes sense but I got the idea from this Etsy article: https://blog.etsy.com/en/2012/a-simple-formula-for-pricing-your-work/ Hope that helps!

  6. It’s hard to choose one pattern because all your work is awesome. Thank you for all your hard work.

  7. I am having a small problem going from row 2 to 3 and the end of 2 I have 38 stitches I start with row 3 get to the end and have 1 stitch and can’t skip to do the last SC what am I doing wrong?

    1. Is this for the grit stitch washcloth? Are you skipping over the first sc in the row? You should be working a sc in the same st that the ch 1 is coming out of. I hope that helps!

    2. I did the same thing after crocheting about half before I realized I was losing stitches. You do skip the last stitch and sc in your turning chain from the beginning of the previous row. Hope this helps.

  8. Thank you so much for these Spa Day patterns. They are all so lovely and a perfect gift for the friend or relative (aunt, in my case) who has everything. I so appreciate you sharing your talents with us!

  9. Thank you. I LOVE handmade wash-and-dish cloths and make the often for family and friends.These patterns are really nice!

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