Crochet Puff Washcloth


Crochet Puff Washcloth


Washcloths are simple and practical crochet patterns to make. You can make some for yourself and also for any friends or family as a simple present since they take no time to make. This Crochet Puff Washcloth is a simple crochet pattern that uses puff stitches for a border as well as picots. You can use any medium or higher weight of yarn for this pattern, but make sure the resulting pattern is thick and sturdy since this will make a durable washcloth.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Love the pattern. This is not my first attempt at making wash cloths. I make several different designs that I add to sets that I call spa baskets. I'm learning how to make bath fizzys and soap so this would be a prefect accompanying gift. Thank you for the pattern. Love learning new skills!

Although this washcloth is thick and chunky, it is soft and dries quickly after use. It does take extra effort to rinse it completely after use, a small thing to mention...use less soap is probably a good answer. I made a smaller version for grandchildren. The girls loved them!

You're right princess6860504! This would make a very sweet gift for a new mom! As a young mom I would've loved a set like this! And I'm so glad that the others reminded me that these are investment pieces we're looking at making...durable and unique. I'm definitely adding this pattern onto my "To Make List".

I see that there are other pieces meant to go with this to create a complete spa bath set. The colors are right on. In fact, wouldn't this be nice to make and give to that new mom so she can pamper her own self? It'll look like you purchased it from a fancy boutique when in fact it is a gift that came from the heart. Beautiful!

I crocheted my first washcloths this year using cotton yarn. My crochet cloths are thicker and stronger than the store brought ones. Definitely worth the time and the few cents crocheting them

I am a huge fan of crocheted washcloths. The durability of these cloths can't be beat by any store bought kind. You're able to make as many as you'd like for a fraction of the cost and in any colour you'd like, as there are more brands available now that provide such a wide array of colours. I don't know anyone who would not love to receive a bundle of these as a house warming or Christmas gift.


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