Getting a gift for our oldest daughter is kind of hard. Gift cards are always welcomed but I like to include something personal. I worked up a set of crochet cotton wash cloths & scrubbies. I tied them up with a pretty plate and a bar of homemade soap to display in the bathroom. She love it!
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It takes very little yarn and not a whole lot of time to make these wash cloths. Use a nice cotton yarn in the color of your choice. For this gift I went with neutral colors.
Crochet Wash Cloths & Scrubbies Gift
Crochet Circular Facial Scrubbies Pattern
Crochet Cotton Wash Cloths
Worsted weight cotton yarn
Crochet Hook size H (I use a G to keep stitches tight when wet)
Hdc in the 2nd ch from hook, (sc in the next ch, dc in the next ch)
12 times, sc in the next ch, hdc in the last ch; ch 1, turn.
Hdc in the first hdc, (dc in the next sc, sc in the next dc) 12 times, dc in the next sc, hdc in the last hdc; ch 1, turn.
Hdc in the first hdc, (sc in the next dc, dc in the next sc) 12 times, sc in the next dc, hdc in the last hdc; ch 1, turn.
(Repeat rows 2 and 3) 11 times; do not ch 1 at the end of row 25.
Row 26: Sl st in each st across. Fasten off.
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Angelina Sinka says
Hi. I LOVE this pattern and made a set for my mom and step mom for mothers day. They both loved them and I plan on making more for gifting. As i am making the scrubbies my pattern keeps turning into a bowl shape instead of staying flat. This did not happen the first time i tried the patteren. I was wondering if you could help me figure out what i am doing wrong soi can improve.
So happy that you like the pattern and were able to make them as Mother’s Day gifts.
I am wondering if you are accidentally missing a stitch in a previous round and that is why your scrubbie disk is curving. Perhaps at the beginning or end or each round.
I hope this is helpful for you when you make more 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful patterns. Your instructions were easy to follow. I made the wash cloths as a gift for my niece, I know she will enjoy receiving these beautiful cloths. What a wonderful joy it is to use the gifts God gives us to bless others. Thank you again.
Thank you for the pattern. These are lovely and I will be including these with my crochet chemo caps for women that I make for gift bags distributed by Phil’s Friends in Chicago.
Lyndsie King says
I adore the texture of the washcloth! However, I would love to know what the name of the stitch is, if there is a name??? Just curious… I’ve googled “name of crochet stitch hdc, sc in next, dc in next,” BUT I’ve found nothing that fits. Only thing I found is combining all 3 into the same stitch, which isn’t this pattern at all. Lol. I’m compiling my own stitch dictionary, just to help inspire me when my creative juices aren’t flowing, ya know? So if you (or anyone reading) knows the name of this glorious stitch, PLEASE do tell! Thanks for sharing!
I don’t see a response to your question but I believe the stitch is a half double crochet stitch.
Donn Wilson says
This is called the Seed Stitch, I believe.
Nekisha Lewis says
Really wished you had named the yarn. These looks so exquisite!
Kathy Shea Mormino says
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Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick
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These are so lovely! Just setting off for a quiet (with 2 kids) weekend in Italy and I'm taking these two projects with me with the intention of relaxing in front of the hotel fire and crocheting!!
Thank you for sharing them.
Hi, I found you on CrochetSpot. Love your ideas, so lovely and simple. Definitely will make anyone feel special. : ) Hope you'll stop by my decorating blog.
These are soooo cute! Thank you for the patterns. Thanks for sharing!
What a neat idea! Blessings!
What a sweet idea – and so very personal. What woman wouldn't feel pampered by this?
T's Daily Treasures says
Handmade, homemade gifts are the best. Love these. Can't find that kinda of cotton here unfortunately. I do have some Christmas colored cotton from the States so will work up a washcloth right after I post this comment. 🙂 Have a great weekend. Tammy
what a great gift and so pretty
Maple Lane says
She's a very lucky girl to have such a talented and thoughtful Mom!
Great idea and so pretty!
Thanks for sharing those. Great gift idea.
Walking on Sunshine... says
Beautiful gifts. I would have a hard time using them and just display them in the bathroom!
Yes, Suzanne, I am completing the gift with the display dish and special soaps.
These could easily be made by knitting your favorite pattern into a square. I have made knitted kitchen cloths before.
I love these. I'm new to crochet and wonder if you would share the yarn and color used. Thx 🙂
They are lovely! Are you including any beauty products? Great idea for my older girls, but I knit:-)