Washcloth 04: Blueberry

It’s time for another washcloth!

This one is called blueberry and it’s made with the puff stitch!

I love this one! The puff stitch is a relatively easy stitch to create. There are a few tricks to it, and some yarns make it easier than others, but once you get into the swing of it it’s quite fun!

As always I have made this with my trusty KnitPicks dishie yarn, a 100% cotton designed for use in washcloths. A 100g ball is plenty for this one.

If you’re not familiar with the puff stitch, here are some instructions for making it:

YO, insert hook into stitch, YO pull up a loop (to height of a double crochet/treble), repeat bold steps 3 more times so that you have pulled up a loop 4 times and have 9 loops on your hook. YO, pull through all loops on your hook

To make the washcloth using US terms:

Begin Chain 39

Row 1.

  • 1dc in the 3rd chain from the hook, 1puff stitch in the next chain
  • Ch1, skip 1, 1puff in the next stitch
  • Repeat the steps in bold until 1 chain left, 1dc in the last chain
  • Ch2 and turn

Row 2.

  • 1dc in the 1st stitch, ch1
  • 1puff, ch1 in the next ch1 space
  • Repeat the steps in bold in each ch1 space until no chain spaces left
  • 1dc in the last stitch
  • Ch2 and turn

Row 3.

  • 1dc in the first stitch, 1puff in the 1st ch1 space
  • Ch1, 1puff in the next ch1 space
  • Repeat the steps in bold until no chain spaces left
  • 1dc in the last stitch
  • Ch2 and turn

Row 4 – 22 Repeat rows 2 & 3, finishing with a row 2 repeat and do not complete the last ch2.


Rnd 1.

  • Ch1 and turn.
  • Side 1: 1sc into the 1st stitch. Work 1sc into the top of each puff stitch and 2sc into each ch1 space
  • Corner 1: 1sc, ch1, 1sc
  • Side 2: 2sc around the ch2 or dc at the end of each row
  • Corner 2: repeat corner 1
  • Side 3: repeat side 1
  • Corner 3: repeat corner 1
  • Side 4: Repeat side 2
  • Ss to the top of the first sc.

Rnd 2. 

  • Ch1, 1sc into each stitch to the corner
  • 1sc, ch1, 1sc into the corner ch1 space
  • Repeat the steps in bold for each side and corner.
  • Ss to the top of the 1st single crochet to finish.
  • Fasten off and you’re done!

And that’s it!

If you want the complete pattern which includes the full stitch instructions, or if need the UK terms, you can buy it in all my usual places:

online store | etsy | ravelry | lovecrafts

These patterns are also provided to my clubhouse members every month.  If you would like to become a member of the Hooked on Crochet Club, you can read more about it here.

Enjoy and I look forward to sharing next month’s with you.

Seona x

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