This crochet granny square spa washcloth is made using cotton yarn. In just six rounds of crochet, you will have a completed spa washcloth. Both written directions and a video tutorial are included in this crochet pattern.
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Make your Own SPA Washcloth
My daughter has a SPA Box that we bring to an overnight stay in a hotel. We love to pamper ourselves sometimes and having everything that is needed in one convenient container is great. One of the items that we are adding to our SPA Box is our handmade washcloth. We are currently making some in beige cotton yarn. By all means, make them in a color that is pleasing and relaxing to you.
Versatile Crochet Pattern
This crochet pattern can also be used to make a washcloth for the kitchen just too. Make it in different colors to have a handmade pop of color in your kitchen throughout the year. I just love handmade washcloths. I don’t know that I have met a person yet that doesn’t enjoy the handmade feel of a washcloth. If you are a person that crochets items for a craft fair, this would be a quick make too.
Crochet Face Scrubbie
After making a few of the crochet granny square SPA washcloths, I wanted to use up the smaller scraps of cotton yarn. Here is a cute pattern for a face scrubbie. The pattern includes both written directions and a video tutorial.
Pretty Gift Presentation
I tried my hand at creating a pretty presentation for a gift for a friend, co-worker, or just anyone you want to make feel special. These were so easy to make in a few pretty colors including a Holiday colored set. In these first photos, the SPA washcloth was folded in half and in half again to form a small square. Then the face scrubbie was placed on top. I searched through my button box to find one that looked pretty and would allow the yarn needle to go through the button hole. Using the last small pieces of the cotton yarn, I sewed from the button through the face scrubbie and washcloth and back up again. Finishing with a little bow.
Directions: Crochet Granny Square SPA Washcloth
Partial skein of cotton yarn-any color
Size G crochet hook
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
ST = Stitch
Begin by making a Magic Circle. Directions for the magic circle can be found here. This is a detailed step-by-step tutorial on making the magic circle.
For this round, you will be working inside the magic circle. CH 3 and count this CH 3 as your first DC of this round and throughout the entire pattern. Continuing working in the ring, work 2 DC. Then CH 2. 3 DC. CH 2, 3DC, CH2, 3DC, CH2 and join into the top of the beginning chain. This join completes the first round. (note, you should have 4 clusters of 3 DC with 4 areas of CH 2 between)
Make 4 CH, this will count as your first DC plus a 1 CH. Then in the first CH 2 space, work *3 DC, 2 CH, 3 DC and CH 1*. Continue the stitch pattern between the * until the last 2-CH space. In the last CH 2 SP, work the 3 DC, 2 CH, then work only 2 DC and join with a SL into the 3rd chain of the beginning CH. This join will complete the last shell of the round. You should have 8 shells and 8 chain 2 spaces.
Make 3 CH, then Insert the hook into the CH 1 SP from the previous row, (should be right where the previous row ended). YO and work a DC, Insert hook again, YO and DC. (This completes your first 3 DC in the round). CH 1. In the corner CH 2 SP work *3 DC, 2 CH, 3 DC. and 1 CH. In the next 1-CH space work 3 DC and 1 CH. Repeat from * until all 4 sides are complete. After the last DC in the CH 2 space CH 1 and SL ST into the top ST of the first DC of this round. You should have 12 shells and 12 spaces after the completion of this round.
Repeat rounds 2 and 3.
Pull the yarn through the last ST. Using the yarn needle, weave the yarn back and forth through the crochet stitches until a bit snug. cut off excess.
How to Crochet Granny Square SPA Washcloth Pattern Link
Thinking about crocheting a SPA gift set? Here is one done in Holiday colors.
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