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Crochet Washcloths / Dishcloths: How To Crochet A Washcloth

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Free Pattern
Crochet Washcloths

  1. Leave a 3 inch tail
  2. 27 single stitches
  3. * Double crochet in 2nd stitch from hook (Total of 26 double stitches -- it's okay if it's 25, 26, or 27)
  4. Chain 2
  5. Turn *
  6. Continue from *
  7. Make as many rows as you'd like, but just make sure that your dish cloth is square. It should be the same size all the way around. The size usually comes out to 5x5, 6x6, ...
I used Sugar and Cream yarn for this tutorial. And an "H" or "I" crochet hook is fine. It's inexpensive and you can usually get about 2 wash/dish cloths from one roll.

Here's the original pattern with pictures:  http://www.handmadebyannabelle.blogspot.com/.   
Here's my ETSY page if you'd rather me make them for you:  http://www.etsy.com/shop/HandmadeByAnnabelle
Here it is on Pinterest:  http://pinterest.com/pin/426505027180778171/

Step 1: Tail

Leave a 3 inch tail

Step 2: Single

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27 Single Stitches

Step 3: Double

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  1. * Double crochet in 2nd stitch from hook (Total of 26 double stitches -- it's okay if it's 25, 26, or 27)

Step 4: Chain

Chain 2

Step 5: Turn

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Turn your work.

Step 6: Continue *

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Continue from the * (step 3)

Step 7: Rows

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Make as many rows as you'd like, but just make sure that your dish cloth is square. It should be the same size all the way around. The size usually comes out to 5x5, 6x6, ...

Step 8: Material Used:

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I used Sugar and Cream yarn for this tutorial. And an "H" or "I" crochet hook is fine. It's inexpensive and you can usually get about 2 wash/dish cloths from one roll.

Step 9: Contact Info:

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Forest621 year ago
Love the Washcloths, was just wondering where you got your beautiful crochet hooks? Dawn
dawnforest@hotmail.com
HandmadeByAnnabelle (author)  Forest621 year ago
Hi Dawn, I got the crochet hooks from an ETSY shop. The shop I got them from no longer exists, but if you just search for 'polymer clay crochet hooks', I'm sure you'll find some.