Dual Sided Crochet Washcloth Pattern

Dual Sided Crochet Washcloth Pattern

Dual Sided Crochet Washcloth Pattern
Dual Sided Crochet Washcloth Pattern
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Scrub a dub dub! This versatile Dual Sided Crochet Washcloth Pattern will help make sure you're squeaky clean! You can even use this crochet washcloth in the kitchen. Use the braided side to help you wipe down the counter and then flip it over and let the scrubby side clean that crusty casserole pan. Or, nestle it in a basket with some fancy soaps and lotions, and you've got a customized and thoughtful wedding or baby shower gift! Whether you're hooking for a grownup or making a crochet baby washcloth, the possibilities for achieving cleanliness are endless with this pretty crochet washcloth pattern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Red Heart Yarns Scrubby Smoothie (Color: Popsicle Brights)
  • Red Heart Yarns Scrubby Cotton (Color: Coral)
  • Scissors and yarn needle

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I love dual cloths like this one. Usually I make the regular cotton side first, then add scrubby yarn to it. I think this approach is great, because you dont necessarily have to follow the same pattern every single time. If you get tired of the same old cotton side all the time, you can substitute a different dishcloth pattern and still have the dual sides.

When I saw the title of this post, I thought the designer was going to use a Double Ended Hook. Instead, she creates two cloths of similar size and sews them together. Considering that shes using two different yarn textures, that makes sense. I do wish there were more projects out there that use the Double End. I bought it on a lark, and have only found a few things to do with it.

Would this double sided cloth be a good cleaning cloth (scrubby side) and a dusting cloth (smooth side)? I think that would be a great idea! Nadia hits it out of the park once again. It resembles a kind of waffle stitch, if you ask me. If your cloth is being used to clean your dirty face, it should hold that lather well because of the stitch pattern.

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