Here you go! A new month, means a new washcloth pattern to play with. And in this series it also means a new border to test out and potentially use on other projects that you make.
This one is perfect for a beginner! If you know how to make a chain and you know how to make single crochet (double crochet in UK terms), then you can make this washcloth. And if you don’t know those, well they’re the most basic of crochet stitches, so they’re the easiest ones to learn.
So this one is the ninth one in this series and we’re playing around with the borders. I’ve used Knit Picks Dishie, but you can use any 100% cotton that you have on hand. As with all the washcloths in this series, the foundation is all rows of single crochet. The border on this one is adaptable to any stitch count, so will be very easy to use this on any make you have that you need to add a border to.
The pattern for this one is available in my store and will be sent as a bonus project to all my Hooked on Crochet Club members.
If you’re wanting to gain more condifidence 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 won’t to miss out.
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There are only 3 more left to produce in this series, and then I need to come up with a new style to play with. I wonder what I could make the focus of the next series be…I’m open to suggestions! These are a great tool for learning crochet and filling in an afternoon with a project that is very useful.