Crochet washcloths are one of my most favourite things to make. They’re quick projects and often are a great way to learn a new stitch or technique. I’ve compiled a list of 15 free and paid washcloth patterns that filled with texture and eye catching designs.
You can find all the pattern ideas below…
Thank you to all the designers for allowing me to include your patterns within this round up. All photos and links have been shared with permission.
Beginner Crochet Washcloth (free) – Easy Crochet
For this pattern from Easy Crochet, the only stitches you need to know are the single crochet and half double crochet. A simple and pretty project that is perfect for a beginner crocheter.
Sweet Suzy Washcloth (free) – Sweet Bee Crochet
This washcloth is designed by me (Sweet Bee Crochet) and uses a combination of the suzette stitch and back loop single crochet. It creates a beautifully textured project that is beginner friendly. Special stitch tutorials are included.
In A Crunch Washcloth (free) – Rich Textures Crochet
Rich Textures Crochet has created a lovely washcloth using the crunch stitch. This pattern uses a simple repeat with a single crochet edging that would look gorgeous in any colour!
C2C Lemon Peel Dishcloth (free) – Loops & Love Crochet
This fun dishcloth from Loops & Love Crochet is made using the corner to corner method with the lemon peel stitch. It looks especially cute with colourful stripes! Included in the pattern is a video tutorial.
Tunisian Crochet Washcloth (free) – My Poppet Makes
You will need two colours of worsted weight cotton yarn for this pattern from My Poppet Makes. With clear, step by step photos, this pattern is a great project for anyone wanting to try tunisian crochet. And at the end, you’ll have a beautiful and practical project to use!
Corner To Corner Wattle Stitch (free) – Made By Gootie
Made By Gootie has created a washcloth pattern using the corner to corner method with the wattle stitch. Use your 4mm crochet hook to make this fun project. A video tutorial is included!
Tunisian Wash Cloth Duo (free) – Hooked Hazel
Hooked Hazel shares a beautiful tunisian crochet wash cloth set. Use your favourite worsted weight cotton yarn and a 6mm straight hook to crochet these beautifully textured projects.
Stashbusting Washcloths (free) – Crafting Each Day
Crafting Each Day has created two beginner friendly washcloth patterns based on the single crochet stitch. Beautiful and simple designs that work up quickly.
Easy Crochet Washcloth (free) – Desert Blossom Crafts
This colourful striped washcloth designed by Desert Blossom Crafts uses worsted weight cotton yarn and a 6.5mm crochet hook. You’ll whip up this fun single crochet washcloth in no time!
Wattle Stitch Crochet Washcloth (free) – MadameStitch
This beginner friendly washcloth pattern from MadameStitch uses the wattle stitch. Easily adjustable in size, this washcloth design will work up quickly with beautiful results.
Pankh Dishcloth (free) – KnitterKnotter
KnitterKnotter uses the feather stitch to make this uniquely textured dishcloth. A fun and eye catching design, this project would make a lovely addition to your kitchen.
Quick and Easy Crochet Washcloth (free) – Blue Star Crochet
Using a single crochet bobble, Blue Star Crochet shares how to create a washcloth using this unique stitch. Worked in rows, this design has a pretty and interesting texture. A video tutorial on how to make the single crochet bobble stitch is included.
Crochet Washcloth Pattern (free) – Fosbas Designs
Using DK weight cotton yarn, Fosbas Designs shares a pretty washcloth design using the basic stitches. It looks wonderful in either a solid colour or with stripes!
Colour Block Washcloth (free) – Hooked For Life
This pattern from Hooked For Life creates an 8 inch square, the perfect kitchen sized project. Use your favourite shades to create pops of colour that will match your decor.
Crochet Washcloth Pattern (free) – Hooked On Patterns
Ling from Hooked On Patterns recommends using either a DK or worsted weight cotton yarn for this project. This design creates a washcloth with a simple border that’s the perfect project when you need a quick and easy make.
I bet your washcloth list is growing after seeing these beautiful projects. They make lovely gifts, are great for market prep and are useful items to have in your home. I hope you enjoyed this collection of crochet washcloths and discovered some new designers in the process.