Two washcloth's. One blue and yellow round with bobble crochet stitches.

ROUND BUBBLE WASHCLOTH + WRAP LABELS AND HOT PAD

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!!

Happy Crocheting!!

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round bubble washcloth free crochet pattern

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Materials Needed:

  • Sugar ‘n Cream – Sea glass as shown or Hobby Lobby ILT Cotton in Banana (as shown)
  • H/8 5.00 mm hook

 

Notes:

– 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.

Measurements:

– Final washcloth measures approximately 8.5-9 inches

– You may notice some curling when finished. Stretching the edges gently should help.

Abbreviations/ Definitions:

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)

Pattern:

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.

the round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern closeup
the round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern

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.

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love it when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media!

Step-by-step how-to make The Magic Circle

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!

close up sewing round bubble dish washcloth
round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern sewing together
round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern two sided
round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern complete
round bubble wash cloth crochet pattern
Two washcloth's. One blue and yellow round with bobble crochet stitches.
  • Debbie says:

    I love the round washcloth! Thank you for sharing the pattern with us!

  • Lauren Campbell says:

    I am having trouble with the chains creating gaps on each row I’m wondering if I’m doing something wrong or if the gaps will tighten by the time I’m done?

  • Aimee says:

    This is my first time making a magic circle. How many stitches do I need to make for a magic circle? The tutorials I am seeing for magic circles say to put in however many stitches is needed for the pattern I’m using. Thanks!

    • Hi Aimee,
      For this pattern you will make 10 double crochet stitches in the magic circle and continue with row 2. Here is a video you can watch to help if you need. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iiibup-29ro

      • Monica Herrera says:

        Am new to this I don’t under stand row 3 and 4 and what is *
        and the (inc)? Mean

        • Hello. Row 3 – you will alternate making a Pop stitch and an increase (2 indicated sts in one space). Ending with an increase in the last stitch space.
          Row 4 – double crochet in 2 stitches, increase in the next. continue alternating ending with an increase in the last stitch.
          Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any further assistance. I will be happy to help.

  • Kim Vander Helm says:

    I am totally not understanding row 3! HELP!
    Row 3 – Pop, *Inc, Pop. Repeat from * to the end. Ch 3 (30) (10 pops)

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