Sea Blossom Dish and Washcloth by Dianne Hunt

Sea Blossom Dish and Washcloth

Crochet
April 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
106 yards (97 m)
9.5"
US
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The Sea Blossom Dish and Washcloths are made using Sugar n Cream Scrub Off yarn. The yarn has a perfect blend of 100% cotton yarn with a scrubby type yarn that gives it great scrubbing texture.

The cloths measure about 9” in diameter making them a great cloth to wash dishes with or gently wash your body with.

The curl at the edges, however, make this cloth so pretty that you can even use them to protect your hands from a plate or bowl that’s hot or cold. It can even be a cute placemat!

Please note: This pattern is FREE on my blog but the PDF version is for $3. You can STILL view this pattern for free.

Materials

  • Yarn – Sugar n Cream Scrub Off, #4 worsted weight, 106 yards, any color. Samples used colors: Spring Blue, Greens, Papaya
  • Hook – J/6mm hook
  • Notions – scissors, stitch markers

Size
About 9 ½”

Gauge
Not important - side note – one ball should be enough to finish the entire piece

Stitch Abbreviation
Ch – chain; st(s) – stitch(es); sc – single crochet; hdc – half double crochet; dc – double crochet; MC – magic circle;

Special Stitches
Side Puff Stitch – dc into designated stitch, yarn over, insert hook around the post of the dc and pull up loop 3 times, 7 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through all loops on hook. See Picture Tutorial at the bottom of the pattern.

Experience Level
Advanced Beginner

Pattern Notes

  • Ch1 does not equal a stitch; join to the top of the sc or hdc.
  • Ch2 does not equal a stitch; join to the top of the ch2.
  • On the Side Puff Sts, you will count ea ‘st’ at the top of the Side Puff Sts
  • I started from the center pull of the ball and cut the textured yarn off to start off with the cotton yarn.
  • When getting to the last row of slip stitching, you may need to add the cut off bit to finish off the round. You can completely skip this last row IF you run out of yarn and don’t want to add yarn.

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