18 thoughts on “Nitty Gritty Washcloth Workshop

  1. The washcloth “body” was a joy to make, thank you for your very clear instructions. I did have trouble with the edging. As a knitter who doesn’t crochet much, I was having trouble figuring out how to place the single crochets. I muddled my way through by relying on counting 24 single crochets per side. I think I did make some mistakes – the washcloth is not as even as I feel it should be. I had less trouble with the reverse single crochets, just need more practice with them, I think. I think I will try again to get it right. It does look nicer with the edging, and the washcloth itself was so much fun. Thanks!


  2. I am looking for some ‘rough’ yarn to crochet some scrubber type squares. Do you have any idea were I can locate someThank you in advance for your help!


      1. Tulle is great for scrubbies! I buy the 3″ rolls from Michael’s but you can also just cut the 6″ wide roll in half.


    1. Sorry you are having trouble seeing it. It shows up on all of my devices directly below the video tutorial. It is in a “scribd” hosted window. Possibly your web browser may not support it. If you could tell me what browser you are using I will investigate it further. Thanks!


  3. Love your video, can’t understand why I can’t find the written pattern. Would love to make this wash cloth, so beautiful.


    1. Sorry if you are having trouble finding it. It should be right below the video on this page. It is in a window (might take a little bit to load up) that has a download button. Is it not showing up on your end?


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