Circle Point Crochet Washcloth


Circle Point Crochet Washcloth


Circle Point Crochet Washcloth
Circle Point Crochet Washcloth

"Simple, sweet, different, and unique, this crochet washcloth has fantastic texture and looks decorative sitting by your sink. This easy crochet washcloth is quick to work up so you can make several within a day."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet washcloths are essentially just solid granny squares - learn how to crochet a solid granny square by following this video tutorial!

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Homemade dishcloths are the best! This Circle Point Crochet Washcloth is so nice and I love the textures in this one. The pattern is well written and easy to follow and understand. There are a few pictures showing how to crochet this. I can't wait to make and use this unique washcloth. Thank you for sharing this free crochet washcloth pattern.

Do you happen to still have the pattern? The link doesn't work anymore '(. I would appreciate it so much if I could still try this pattern somehow

I love making dish cloths, and this one looks awesome. It is such a unique pattern, it would be nice to make because it would probably require me to think. I am imagining all the different color combinations I could make with this. There are so many, I cant wait to get started!

A great free pattern. I love making and designing my own washcloths. They are so simple and quick to make and so easy to be creative and come up with my own designs. This one would look great worked up in red and white cotton yarns because its patterning reminds me of a peppermint candy disc.

How pretty is this? I love it!

Thank you so much for this! I just made my first one and am so happy with it. It is a pretty simple pattern and you did a great job by transforming the original knit pattern into this crochet pattern. I am much more comfortable with crochet and this will be perfect.

This is a small piece of art work. I understand that the designer has meant for it to be a washcloth but this could easily be a doily that you could lay on a table under a nice piece of brick or bark. No matter what the use if for, this is just beautiful.

This is almost too fancy to be just a washcloth. I have grand kids that I can make these for and use their favorite color. Not like they do not like to take a bath, but whatever can make the chore easier for my sons.

I'm excited to try this pattern. I have made a dishcloth like this in knit before, but the center puckered all up on it when I was finished. This pattern looks like it should avoid that issue. Has anyone had experience with that? I also love the idea of making it a rug! I'm ready to get started.

Interesting, I had the same idea when i came across this pattern! I just made a rug in tubular tshirt yarn by Bernat Maker Home Dec. It turned out beautifully.

These washcloths are darling! This is the first time I have seen this type of pattern. I really like the variegated color yarn versus the solid color look. Another idea- make them in a color-blocked red and white or green and white and they will resemble peppermint candies for the holidays. A dozen of these would make a unique holiday gift!

#BestIdeaEver I recently started replacing my kitchen washcloths with ones that I make. I like them a lot better than the store bought kind.

I really haven't gotten into the crochet wash cloth thing but when I saw this an idea struck me. If I enlarged this and made it in colors to compliment my rooms, I could make up a floor rug and also a matching wall hanging. Thicker yarn is all I need. And some puffy paint to put on the bavk side of the rug so it won't slide.


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