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Sky Blue Crochet Washcloth Pattern

By: Jennifer from niftynnifer.com
Sky Blue Crochet Washcloth Pattern
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When you start to see those blue skies of spring, it's wonderful to open up the windows and do some spring cleaning. Make this Sky Blue Crochet Washcloth Pattern to freshen up in style. Use this easy crochet washcloth pattern to make a simple cotton square. Cotton yarn is absorbent and can be used in the bathroom or kitchen. Wipe down counters or bookshelves with your handmade creation, or use it as a bathroom decoration. Leave your washcloth next to the sink as a cute accent. Make a whole stack of these crochet washcloths to replace your old store bought rags.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueCrochet

Easy

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It's been a while since I made one of these. They always seem to last longer than the store bought sponges. When I find an easy pattern like this I make them in duplicates and give away some of them. All you need to do is learn some basic crotchety stitches and practice.

I have been making my own washcloths for a while and it really is worth it. I have not seen this pattern before so I will add it to my list. I can always find the cotton yarn on sale and it takes no time to crochet one. The textures in the pattern make it a nice washcloth. They wash up nicely and they last a long time. Thank you.

Make that three who don't crochet! My sister and my oldest daughter both do, but neither of them live nearby. I should ask for these for Christmas. Or learn to crochet myself, like I keep saying I am going to do. One of these might be a good beginner project. I would love to have one or two or a dozen.

I don't crochet either, but I sure wish I knew how! These are a beautiful blue color and a lovely stitch. I need to find a very PATIENT person to teach me crochet. I love yarn and I love small projects like washcloths, coffee mug cozies, and bath scrubbies.

I don't crochet, (which is why I gave 4 stars instead of 5), but my sister does crochet. We both like them because they have an "airy" look. My sister does wonderful hand work and she's fast. She's going to make several for hostess and birthday gifts. I benefited..she made two for me!!!

My sister was looking at this with me and says she's going to make these for me...she's adding to my washcloth collection...love this color!!

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