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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Mossy Water Washcloth {Crochet Pattern}

In yet another one of my holiday crafting mad moments, I created ANOTHER pattern!  I just can't seem to stop, and I LOVE it!  Today's pattern is a very simple washcloth, made using the Moss Stitch that I have loved so much during this holiday crafting season.  I really enjoy using nice ombres and cotton yarn to make this super nice, scrubby washcloths.

Copyright 2010-2012 LiLu Studios: This Crafting Life, by Lori Steffens. {http://www.thiscraftinglife.com/} Make it, Wear it, Love it, but above all, Share it, don't Sell it!

Materials:
Size H Hook
A ball of yarn: I use cotton, because it washes and dries very well as well as it acts more like a towel than with most yarns.
Pattern:
Ch 30
R1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, *sk1, ch1, sc* to end, turn.
R2: ch 2, sc in the first ch1 space, *sk sc, ch1,  sc in ch1 space* to end, turn.
R3-?:  Repeat R2 until your piece is square.
Pattern Notes:
Easy ways to change this pattern:
Add a border!  A border is a great way to finish off a project and can be as simple as an sc row all the way around, or as complex as stacked shells.

5 comments:

  1. I love how it creates a little "v" in the pattern! Thank you for sharing.

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  2. When you sk1 then sc then row two it says sc in ch1 space but we don't have a ch spaces from the directions.

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    1. Thanks so much for noticing my error! I've updated the pattern to reflect this. :)

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  3. Is there supposed to be a ch1 between the sk sc and sc in ch-1 sp in row 2?? Otherwise it would "pucker," right?? I'm still new at this :)

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    1. thanks for noticing! I've updated the pattern! I must have written this one in a hurry! :)

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