Hi fellow crocheters! Another yet exciting pattern release is finally here!! I wanted to think out of the box and take a practical piece that works up quickly but is different and nothing I personally have seen before and that was the beginning of the round bubble washcloth. I sent it out to some amazing testers that if it wasn’t for them! I could not have been able to get this ready in this short amount of time! So Thank you! Each of them are photo credit with their Instagram handle including @amandalovescrochet!
Not only did I want to create a product everyone already loves to use and make in a different shape but I kept my fellow makers who go to markets and sell their handmade creations in mind! I made specially designed wrap labels to help advertise and make them stand out on your display!! They are long to gift or sell as a set (2) as well as single washcloths using card stock paper!
I will end this post by saying how much I loved how this round washcloth turned out! I use mine currently using Lilly Sugar n cream yarn to wash my dishes and I love it! I have plans to use Premier Cotton yarn in the near future! Taking an oldie but a goodie and turning it into something fun to hold while doing dishes!!
Download is available down below.
- Sugar ‘n Cream – Sea glass as shown or Hobby Lobby ILT Cotton in Banana (as shown)
- H/8 5.00 mm hook
– Chain does not count as a stitch.
– The loop is optional, there will be instructions to skip that.
– Increases are DC until rows 8 & 9, where they become HDC.
– Final washcloth measures approximately 8.5-9 inches
– You may notice some curling when finished. Stretching the edges gently should help.
Ch – chain
DC – double crochet
HDC – half double crochet
Inc – Increase (2 indicated sts in one st)
Sl St – slip stitch
MC – magic circle
FO – fasten off
Popcorn Stitch (Pop) – 5 dc in the indicated st, draw a loop from the hook, reinsert the hook on the top of the first dc of the 5-dc group, pick up the dropped loop and pull it through the first dc. (Photo tutorial included)
Make a magic circle and Ch 3.
Row 1 – 10 DC, sl st to join, and Ch 3.
Row 2 – 2 DC in each st. Ch 3. (20)
Row 3 – Pop, *Inc, Pop. Repeat from * to the end. Ch 3 (30) (10 pops)
Row 4 – *DC in 2 sts, Inc, DC in 2 sts, Inc. Repeat from * to the end. Ch 3 (40)
Row 5 – *DC in 2 sts, Pop, Inc. Repeat from * to the end. Ch 3 (50) (10 pops)
Row 6 – Pop in the 1st st, DC in next 3 sts, Inc, *Pop, DC in 3 sts, Inc. Repeat
from * to the end. Ch 3 (60) (10 pops)
Row 7 – *DC in 3 sts, Pop, DC in the next st, Inc. Repeat from * to the end.
Ch. 2 (70) (10 pops)
Row 8 – *HDC in 6 sts, Inc. Repeat from * to the end. Ch 2 (80)
Adding loop – If you would like to add the loop Ch 10 after joining then SC in the same st. Continue HDC around, end with a sl st where the SC was made.
Row 9 – HDC around. FO. Weave in the ends.
You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my blog. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own.
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The awesome thing about this washcloth is it can be doubled up and used as a potholder! It creates a squishy and adds thickness to be used as a hot pad. Use the same color or two as I did in the photo above! If you add a loop it is a nice piece to hand up and decorate your kitchen!
How to make a hot pad:
Make 2 Round Bubble Washcloth in 100% cotton yarn. Place them together with the popcorn stitch facing out. Cut a long piece of yarn and start sewing in a zig-zag motion in and out, under the stitches. pull slightly but not too tight or it will gather scrunch up. FO and weave in the ends! Super easy and I feel it gives the kitchen a nice look!