This washcloth is another fan stitch, which means multiple stitches, in this case treble crochets, are worked into the same space or stitch and then anchored by a single crochets. This stitch creates a fairly solid fabric with the shells creating a wavy look. This is a washcloth that would be great for everyday use.… Continue reading Washcloth #20 Large Shells
The parquet stitch is one of those crochet stitches that has more than one name. It is also called the Primrose stitch. The names are completely interchangeable. No matter what you call it, the stitch makes a beautifully textured fabric. Rows of double crochet clusters alternate with rows of single crochets and chains to create… Continue reading Washcloth #19 Parquet Stitch
This washcloth is a mostly solid fabric but it isn't dense or heavy. It is pretty enough to be a gift for any occasion. This is a washcloth that would be great for everyday use. You can see the whole collection here to find the perfect washcloth for whatever use you can imagine! There are… Continue reading Washcloth #18 Shell Stitch
This stitch creates a softly textured fabric with a dainty, feminine look. The fans are cradled by single crochets. It would be great for a Mother's Day gift, a birthday gift, or a house warming gift. Simple and quick, it works up easily. This is a washcloth that would be great for lighter tasks. You… Continue reading Washcloth #17 Little Yellow Fans
The HDC 3 LO stitch (or HDC in the 3rd loop only) is a great stitch for all kinds of projects from scarves to bags to garments. It's an easy stitch made by simply changing the position of the stitch. The third loop is the extra loop created which lies below the front and back… Continue reading Washcloth #16 HDC 3 LO
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The Clam stitch is an interesting stitch that produces a subtly textured fabric. The stitches produces fans or arches that look like clam shells. The Clam stitch washcloth is made up of alternating fans and double crochet. The stitches create a design that looks almost floral but isn't overly feminine. This stitch would make a… Continue reading Washcloth #15 ~ Clam Stitch Washcloth
Can you believe but it's almost time for gifting season? It's hard to wrap your head around when it's so hot outside. But I have a freebie that might help you out as you make gifts and/or charity donations. To help you add a finishing touch to your gifts, I've made gift tags! Just print… Continue reading Freebie!
The Posts & Clusters Washcloth is one of the most heavily textured washcloths of the collection. It looks really intricate but is not hard at all. The texture comes from post stitches and clusters, both of which add texture on their own. When they're combined they become the main feature instead of an accent. The… Continue reading Washcloth #14 ~ Posts & Clusters Washcloth
Nothing says summer more than sitting outside drinking a cold beverage. Preferably by the pool. Now what do you need to protect your furniture (or your glass if you're putting it on concrete?) Coasters!! This pattern is a super easy, super quick way to use up a little bit of cotton or cotton blend yarn… Continue reading Free pattern!