Ocean Waves Washcloth


Ocean Waves Washcloth

Ocean Waves Washcloth
Ocean Waves Washcloth

"This quick and easy pattern is perfect for your bathroom or kitchen. Made with cotton yarn, this soft and absorbent cloth is sure to clean up any of life's little messes! This pattern is beginner friendly. The only stitches you need to know are the single crochet and the 4-double crochet cluster. There are written instructions for the 4-double crochet cluster. You will need any brand of cotton size 4 medium weight yarn and an I/9 (5.25 mm) hook. One ounce of cotton yarn makes one cloth. Measures: 7 3/4" x 7 3/4"."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge16 single crochet stitches and 16 rows in a 4” (10cm) square.

Finished Size7¾” x 7¾” square

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I was so happy to come across this project. This is one of my favorite stitch patterns and Im glad to see it getting some wider distribution. My senior ladies really love it, too, because only it uses the most basic stitches. Theyre always amazed how just changing the combination of those basic stitches completely changes the look of their work.

I am the opposite of the designer since I live in the hot Florida climate, summer is quickly approaching, and its almost time for spending more time indoors crocheting in the air conditioning and less time outside. You can never have too many washcloths/dishcloths or ac! I love these stitch combinations.

I hear you. I have a daughter in the Houston TX area (absolute swamp!) and several others in the Phoenix AZ. I dread visiting anytime between May and October!

What a wonderful gift set this would be, all three colors wrapped up with twine or a ribbon. I am always looking for small projects to occupy short spans of time in between errands and such. Stuff that I don't have to lug around with me in a gigantic tote bag!

These would be great gifts! Here, we're always looking for small projects to work up for craft fairs. Now that nice weather is reliably here, there are all sorts of fairs and festivals each weekend. Craft fairs are usually a part of them.


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