Beginner Crochet Washcloth Pattern – Easy Crochet Patterns for Beginners

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One of the good things about being a beginner crocheter is that you don't have to worry at all about making mistakes.

You're always, by definition, working on practice pieces – and it's OK for those pieces not to turn out exactly as planned.

The important thing is that you learn from the missteps and enjoy the process.

It might take a while before you feel confident in your skills – and that's OK, too!

Just know that there is no such thing as failure when it comes to learning how to crochet.

Start with the basics. Do single crochet stitches in rows until you have a washcloth. Use a worsted weight acrylic yarn so that it doesn't shrink or come apart at the seams when you wash it.

Beginner Cotton Wash Cloth by Jessica Reeves Potasz can be used for lots of different projects.

From baby bath time toys that your little one will love playing with or using during bath time, to making gifts for friends and family!

They make the perfect little housewarming gift.

This pattern is simple to follow for beginners, and the end result is a useful cotton dishcloth or washcloth.

You can use any worsted weight yarn (the label will tell you its size) that you would like.

Beginner Crochet Washcloth Pattern

You need:

Size K Hook
Tapestry Needle
Any Worsted weight yarn-Pattern uses cotton Lily Sugar N Cream in Batik, White, or Grey (Choose any color you like)

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Get the pattern: Beginner Crochet Washcloth Pattern via Mama In A Stitch.

Thanks to Mama In A Stitch for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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