Oversized Farm House Washcloths

Oversized Farm House Washcloths

Oversized Farm House Washcloths
Oversized Farm House Washcloths

"These washcloths are so nice to use in the kitchen and bath and are so easy to make. The pattern includes a written and video tutorial. You can make them any size that you'd like, or follow the pattern exactly to have a generous sized washcloth. These make perfect housewarming gifts, shower gifts, or gifts to yourself! You will find that you love the worsted weight cotton dishcloths and so will your friends and family!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

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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These are very nice. But I agree, they need to be a tad bigger. Like maybe twelve inches by twelve inches. Making them out of cotton yarn is perfect. They will last much longer that way.the stitch is new to me and I have been crocheting for 50 years. Thank you for sharing.

This is a great pattern, but I think Ill take the designers advice and make them larger. Im not sure 9x9 is quite big enough for my purposes. And it will be fun adding another stitch to my repetoire. Ive never worked the Spider Stitch before although it looks very easy. As with some of this designers other projects, theres an instructional video, too.

This is a really nice washcloth pattern. With cotton yarn and the texture the spider stitch provides it is good for scrubbing but not too abrasive. I like that it's in a larger size than most, and you can adjust the size larger or smaller if you want. Pinned this one!

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