These cotton crocheted washcloths are become more and more popular. If you have ever used one you know why. They are so soft and so scrubby all at the same time. It really is a spa experience They are a great way to pamper yourself or make some and give them to pamper someone you know could use a little TLC.
I tried a variety of stitches, and here is the one that I liked the most. It works up very quickly, and without taking up too much yarn.
US H (5.0 mm)
Yarn needle for weaving in ends
Stitches and Abbreviations used:
Row 1: working in bottom loops of ch, hdc in 3rd ch from hook, (sc, hdc) across to end, turn
Row 2: (do not ch) sc in first st, (hdc, sc) across to end, turn
Rep rows 2: until piece is square
clip yarn and weave in ends ~ or ~
optional: sc around entire washcloth, placing 27 sc along each edge not counting the corners, and 3sc in each corner, then clip yarn and weave in ends
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