Crochet Spa Washcloths. Crochet Spa Washcloths Spa washcloths are nice to make for your home and to make as gifts.
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Amazing Grace Spa Trio… Free Crochet Pattern!!! The Amazing Grace Spa Trio is the 5th Free Crochet Pattern in the Amazing Grace Series...
This series is dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness! Please consider donating to someone suffering or recovering from cancer with these patterns or to a Cancer Foundation! The Amazing Grace Spa Trio is made up of 3 Cotton Crocheted Cloths in varying sizes~Perfect for a Cancer Patient! Absolutely Easy Soap Saver. By Rachel Choi – 38 Comments For more soap saver patterns, check out the Crochet Pattern: 5 Simple Soap Savers.
Finished Size: 4 1/4″ (11 cm) tall, 2 3/4″ (7 cm) wide, when flat Size may be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern. Remember, soap saver will stretch when being used. Argyle Bean Bag Ottoman. Bahama Stripe Dishcloth By Jennifer Dickerson. Ball Scrubbie. Basketweave Scrubby Cloth...and Blanket! It’s a ZOMBIE POST!
From my old dead blog, reproduced here, is the first pattern that made me a Ravelry designer. It’s a little sketchy, as my first written pattern, but should be easy peasy. I hope to write down more of my designs, and add them to this blog in time! These are great because they use very little yarn, and they get both kid’s faces and kitchen counters super clean. Chevron Pillow Pair. Coasters. I don't know about you, but coasters seem to disappear around here as much as socks do.
I've got a quick and easy "go-to" pattern to crochet up a couple when you need them. Dad's Grilling Mitt by Carolyn Christmas. Dishcloth by Kara. I have another kitchen crochet pattern for you today … This time a happy and colorful crochet dishcloth pattern.
As you can see, I stayed with with red and white to coordinate with my crochet edged tea towels and crochet potholders. I am loving all the bright and cheery colors in my kitchen! Here’s what you need: 2 colors worsted weight cotton yarnH hookscissors and tapestry needle Click here to reference Crochet Abbreviations or here to reference Crochet Stitch Symbols. Free Pattern: Cotton Face Scrubbies - Daisy Cottage Designs. Face Scrubbies. Easy pattern to crochet reusable cotton face scrubbies.
Reusable Crochet Face Scrubbies – I don’t know why but washing my face at the end of the day is one of my favourite routines. I love the fresh clean feeling of newly washed skin. Granny Berry Dishcloth. This is my new go-to dishcloth pattern...hard working and generously sized, they will make any kitchen fabulous.
These are so pretty and simple to make that I plan on making a whole bunch for gifts this year...not to mention my own kitchen! The ones here are shown as a set for a quick gift, but let your imagination run wild with all of the different color combinations you can imagine! Hexagon table runner. The hexagon is bang on trend right now, and this versatile motif can be used in a number of different projects.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a crochet hexagon table runner. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of Crochet Fundamentals. Holiday Chevron Pillows. Linen Stitch Dishcloth By Dedri Uys. I know this stitch as the Linen Stitch, but have also seen it called the Moss Stitch (although the Moss stitch as I know it is slightly different). You might know it by a different name, and if you do, please let me know. It is one of the simplest stitch patterns to master and yields a pretty, woven, dense fabric. The reason it is so simple is that you don’t even have to know how to work into the loops of the single crochet stitches, because you will be working into the ch-1 spaces between single crochet stitches instead.
Macrame plant hanger. Not much is needed in the way of materials. The only thing you'll really have to get is some twine (which is dirt cheap; you can get a good 100m or so for about $5, and I used about half of it) and a pair of scissors. Depending on how you're going to attach the hanger to the ceiling, you might want to also add in a metal ring. I chose to leave my options open, so built a loop into the top of the hanger and for the moment I'm using a carabiner hooked into it.
The carabiner then easily attaches to the hook in the ceiling. I also used some masking tape for step 4 (wrapping the pot), but this was not entirely necessary. Why twine? Modern Striped Dishcloth. Modern Striped Dishcloth Pattern. Neon Crochet Pot Scrubbers by Allison Murray. I don’t like sponges being used in clean up situations… I’ve just heard way too much about germs that live up in them. But I do like scrubbies. We had a whole pile of the thing that were given as a gift.
It was easy to see that they were little crocheted circles of maroon and hunter green, but I couldnt’ figure out what the material was for the life of me. So one day I’m in the craft store when I see one older lady speaking to another older lady who is putting spool after spool of tulle into her cart. Nubby dishcloth. Here is the pattern so you can copy and paste if you prefer: Nubby Dishcloth by Charlotte Richardson 2009 Skill level: easy Stitches used: chain stitch (ch), single crochet (sc), treble crochet (tr).
Gauge: not important for this project. My finished cloth is about 7 ½” square. Pampering Massage Back Scrubber and Washcloth by Tamara Kelly. Pampering Massage Soap Saver. Massage soap with the bumps and nubs on one side is lovely stuff. But what happens when you use soap? Within a few showers, those bumps are gone. Pretty Simple Soap Cozy. Crochet this simple soap cozy up for yourself, or for giving away in a bath gift basket. It’s just the right size for a standard bar of soap. It also works great as a gentle scrubber. Hope you’ll enjoy the free pattern.
Rainbow Rug T-Shirt Yarn. Months ago, for our "Green Challenge", Dora wrote a post about turning t-shirts into yarn. Remote Control Caddy pattern by Tink Jones. Simple Flower Face Scrubbie by Dedri Uys. Soap Sack. Soap Saver. This crochet soap saver pattern has been updated on May 29,2014. A few typos were fixed, and the pattern was re-written for clarity and easier crocheting.
Soap Scrubbie. Spiral Scrubbie by Judith Prindle. Star Stitch Dishcloth by Kinga Erdem. Striped Dishcloth by The Stitchin' Mommy. Sugar n Cream dishcloth. Textured Soap Saver by Danyel Pink. If you've been following my blog for a while, or are a fan of my FB page, you've no doubt heard me singing the praises of these wonderful soap savers.
They're convenient, "green", money-saving, and comfortable. Twisted scrubbie. Wiggle It Crochet Trivet and Dishcloth Set by Tamara Kelly. Wiggly Hot Mat. ZigZagging Hot Pad.