Awesome Textured Wash Cloths – Free Crochet Patterns
Hello there, beautiful people! Are you enjoying the time you spend in the kitchen? Are you one of these people that relax while cleaning? Even if you are not, you are going to love this selection of crochet patterns for Awesome Textured Wash Cloths! Seriously, these two examples of handmade accessories for the kitchen make us believe that cleaning can be fun! The stitches used in the patterns are also super useful, so keep them in your library for future projects. What will you crochet with them? We want to hear your ideas so badly! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Meadow Blankets and Lacy Cardigans.
Bobble Wash Cloth Free Crochet Pattern
Oh, the irresistible bobble charm! Can you imagine your crocheting journey without the one and only bobble stitch? It is so fun to work on and makes every project look awesome, right? We certainly believe it’s irreplaceable! What do you think about this version by Marta Chapman?
Level: upper beginner Author: Marta Chapman
The original pattern and the photos are on Marta Chapman 007. More info is on Ravelry.
C2C Wattle Stitch Washcloth Free Crochet Tutorial
This stitch is so original, isn’t it? We absolutely love the way it looks. The texture must feel pretty nice as well, right? Let’s find out! The stitch created by Agat Rottman will be perfect for blankets, throws, and accessories for fall and winter. Do you feel ideas flowing?
Level: upper beginner Author: Gootie (Agat Rottman)
The original pattern and the photos are on Made by Gootie. More info is on Ravelry.
Shay Washcloths Free Crochet Pattern
A must-have designed by genius Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots! A basic crochet pattern for washcloths is something most crocheters cannot live without. Are you one of them? Well then, here is one more! A really awesome one, trust us.
Level: upper beginner Author: Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots
The original pattern and the photos are on EyeLoveKnots. More info is on Ravelry.