The bean stitch makes this crochet washcloth pattern a nice squish factor! It is also a beautiful and feminine stitch pattern. A perfect addition to any spa or bathroom and soft to the touch when you use a nice quality cotton yarn!
The cute and adorable crochet berry stitch makes an absolutely delicious crochet texture! Whether you're making a crochet dishcloth, a spa washcloth set, or just making practice swatches to learn a new stitch, you'll love this gorgeous crochet washcloth pattern. This crochet washcloth pattern includes a full photo tutorial for the berry stitch, AND the pattern you can use to make the crochet spa washcloth. If you use the same yarn as in the sample, you can get two washcloths from the same ball with just a few yards to spare! Perfect for a relaxing project.
Pamper yourself with this Loopy Spa Washcloth! Made in a soft cotton yarn this wash cloth will feel soft and luxurious against your skin. The stitches in this pattern are beginner friendly.
You will use chain stitch, half double crochet stitch, single crochet stitch and puff stitch to create a simple stylish washcloth. This pattern is also a great way to use up left over bits of yarn as it only requires 40g and since it works up quickly it makes the perfect last minute gift!
Fill this rectangular crochet basket with soaps, scrubbies and lotions to create a beautiful spa basket. It is a perfect gift for Mother's Day, birthdays or just because. This crochet basket is also a great option for organizing the odds and ends in your own bathroom so that they look cute instead of cluttered.
This waffle pattern with a very nice and elegant texture is easy to make. This pattern is particularly recommended for a newbie familiar with with standard pattern terminology and abbreviations.
The Simple Spa Slippers are cozy and oh so easy to crochet! They are soft, squishy, and a free crochet pattern on Moogly in 3 sizes! The stitches used to make the Simple Spa Stitches are super easy - it's all single crochet! The only “tricky” bit is the sc2tog decrease, which is the first decrease you likely learned. To keep this pattern as simple as can be, I've made both right and left feet the same. So there is minimal shaping - and you don't have to think about which one goes on which foot. Slippers like this are also great for those with flat and wide feet, like me - for once, my feet don't overhang the soles!