I am loving the border on this washcloth! It’s simple, using only basic stitches, but the lacey effect is so pretty!
In case you’ve missed them, this is number 8 in my second series of washcloths. There are 12 in each series, and I urge you (after reading this one) to scroll back through my blog and see all the rest, or see them all in one place in my online store. The first series was focussed on teaching new stitches and stitch patterns. This series focuses on the borders. All are designed to help you gain confidence as a crochet by providing you with my easy to follow patterns that you can adapt to your own choosing.
This one was made once again with my (seemingly) never ending supply of KnitPicks Dishie yarn. I’m bound to run out eventually!
If you would like access to the full pattern you can find it from any of the links below.
If you want to have a go at recreating it without the pattern, I have used what is essentially a wide V- stitch by making it a chain 2 instead of a chain 1. The very last round is a combination of single crochet and chains. All of my Hooked on Crochet Club members will be sent the complete pattern for being part of the community.
If you’re wanting to gain more confidence with crochet you will want to consider joining the Hooked on Crochet Club. It’s an online membership that is the only one of it’s kind. Every month we provide you with projects that help you to increase your crochet skillset inside a private community. And each week there are live tutorials, with week 2 being dedicated now to a grannie square project. It’s the ideal way to improve on your crochet, which in turn brings more calm and satisfaction to your life. If you want to learn more, be sure to head on over here and add your name to the waitlist! Doors are only open a few times of year so you don’t want to to miss out.