[Free Pattern] Pamper Your Skin With These Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloths

This post may contain affiliate links.

Create a simple crochet waffle washcloth for yourself or to give away. This beautiful crochet pattern (Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloth by Kate Alvis) is a beginner-friendly project. In organic cotton they feel fabulous on your face and body. Crocheted washcloths are so much more luxurious than regular wash cloths from the store and many times much softer.
Check the pattern below and create a divine experience for your skin.

This spa style washcloth will pamper your skin – try stitching it in organic cotton for the ultimate in natural luxury. Measures a generous 9” square and is great for adults or babies. What a wonderful gift wrapped around a bar of handmade soap!


[Free Pattern] Pamper Your Skin With These Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloths - Knit And Crochet Daily

pamper skin

Image source: Dennis Wong

Thank you to Kate Alvis for the free pattern and images. Find out more information at Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloth.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to receive awesome free crochet patterns, just like this, delivered straight to your inbox every day! 

109 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Pamper Your Skin With These Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloths”

  1. When I clicked on the free pattern link from my laptop, I got an immediate virus warning and my computer would not work until I shut it down manually. It’s better to get the pattern from Ravelry instead.

  2. Under the picture of the bathtub, it says “get more information at waffle crochet spa washcloth.” Click on the waffle crochet spa washcloth part, not the get more information part. It takes you to revelry and the pattern.

  3. I just made one. So easy. My walmart has cotton yarn for 1.77 a skein and that makes one washcloth. Making as a gift along with a homemade soap and crochet bath pouf.

    1. Sandra, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern -not the picture. Please click the words:Waffle Crochet Spa Washcloth. Also , a link to the pattern is always provided at the end of each article. Hope it helps!

  4. Sharon Lucca, on the colored cotton, have you found the color to bleed at all? Wanna make a spa basket for my sister, and have the same yarn you have, but wondering about the colored ones.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This