Holiday season is slowly creeping up, which means I’ve started writing gift lists and making mental notes of all the handmade gifts I want to give this season.
If you’re anything like me, that list gets long very quickly. I’m always on the lookout for patterns that are cute, functional, and can be made in a high volume.
That’s why I put together 25 Quick and Easy Crochet Washcloth Patterns Perfect for Gift Giving.
Washcloths are a wonderful, easy project that you can make quickly for everyone on your gift list. They're also perfect for beginners who are starting to learn how to crochet.
From classic designs to bold, unique styles, this list has a pattern that’s guaranteed to please anyone on your gift list.
Well, this certainly isn’t the sexiest crochet pattern but it sure is practical. If you haven’t used crocheted dishcloths for doing your dishes, you’re missing out. They’re fabulous for scrubbing dirty dishes and many people swear by them.
Rainbow Daze Dishcloth
This cute Rainbow Daze dishcloth, made with Lily Sugar n' Cream can also be used as a washcloth or whimsical coaster. At a length of 7 inches, it can cover quite a bit of area and clean a lot of little faces or even glassware.
Dual Sided Washcloth
This Dual Sided Washcloth is a great multipurpose solution for all your cleaning needs. From cleaning to scrubbing, this versatile project will be useful for everything in between!
Day at the Spa Washcloth
Luxurious enough for the spa, easy enough that you can whip up this washcloth before a relaxing soak in the tub. Made with a half double crochet v-stitch, this beautiful washcloth has great texture and flexibility.
Ocean Waves Washcloth
This quick and easy pattern is perfect for your bathroom or kitchen. Made with cotton yarn, this soft and absorbent cloth is sure to clean up any of life's little messes!
Spring Gingham Dishcloths
A modern, free crochet pattern perfect for updating your spring decor! The Spring Gingham Dishcloths are made in pink, green and purple, but really you can make any color combo you want using basic worsted weight cotton yarn.
Via Left In Knots
Dishcloth in (less than) a Day
“I love crocheted dishcloths!! For some reason, in my mind, dishcloths clean better when they have the little holes in them created from crochet, while knitted cloths make better facecloths (aka washcloths).
Spa Bath House Crochet Washcloths
Washcloths are awesome because you get the satisfaction of a finished product in a short amount of time.
Via Mama In A Stitch
Scallop Seashell Washcloths
Use these washcloths to brighten your decor and inspire thoughts of a warm summer day on the beach. A few ridges of raised post stitches worked in super-soft cotton make the perfect combination of soft and scrubby.
Crochet Country Dishcloth
Add some modern farmhouse style to your kitchen or bathroom with these easy crochet country dishcloths.
There’s nothing quite like a handmade cotton washcloth. It softens with each wash so it feels great on your skin, and it’s a great way to refresh the surface of your legs (or, really, any part of your body).
Easy Textured Washcloths
Two fabulous washcloths for you to add to your Puffy Bath Pouf and Easy Face Scrubbies.
Fish Scrubbie Crochet Washcloths
I call them scrubbies, but they can be washcloths or sponges or whatever. I think they’re great for a summer housewarming gift, don’t you? Oh, and they work up pretty quickly.
Via One Dog Woof
Oversized Farm House Washcloths
These washcloths are so nice to use in the kitchen and bath and are so easy to make. You can make them with cotton yarn any size that you'd like, or follow the pattern exactly to have a generous-sized washcloth.
Via Mama In A Stitch
Owl Always Love You Dishcloth
This sweet owl has three heart elements as his beak and wings, however, you could make it in any colors and it would be perfect to use even long after Valentine’s Day.
Via Intertwined Art
Angled Scrubby Washcloth
This washcloth is the best of form and function. It’s pretty and interesting to look at, and it scrubs with the best of them. With two sizes to choose from you can make some for washing dishes, and some for washing you!
Via Jessie at Home
Quick Floral Washcloth
Little girls would love using these too, so surprise your daughter or niece with one, as well. It will feel like a day at the spa whenever you use one of these pretty homemade washcloths.
Via Petals to Picots
Pampering Massage Washcloth
This washcloth gives a great face massage. They’re great unisex patterns, great for gift giving or for treating yourself.
Pamper yourself with this soft cotton bathroom washcloth, if you have the basic crochet stitch knowledge you should not have any problems making this cloth.
Via Crochet n Create
Circle Point Washcloth
Simple, sweet, different, and unique, this crochet washcloth has a fantastic texture and looks decorative sitting by your sink.
Via Glamour 4 You
This Crochet Chick Wants to be Some Bunny
Dishcloth, Washcloth, Mug Rug, Hot Pad…however you decide to use this chick, she is sure to bring a smile to your face!
Via Intertwined Art
Chevron Crochet Scrubbie
The ingenious yarn is great at cutting the dirt without being rough on your skin. This easy pattern washes easily by machine for thrifty reuse-ability, and the chevron pattern keeps you from misplacing it.
Via All Free Crochet
Flowery Hemp Scrubbies
These scrubbies are great as crochet dishcloth patterns to get even the most stubborn of spots off of all your kitchen utensils, and you can never have too many of these.
Via Persia Lou
Back-To-School Crochet Scrubbie
Not only will you be giving a school-themed gift, but you will also be providing that teacher with something super useful! Made with Lily Sugar n' Cream, you can whip these up for all the teachers in your children's lives.
Crochet your own reusable cotton balls or small 3.5″ scrubbies. Pamper yourself or your Baby with eco-friendly washcloths you crochet yourself.
With so many cute washcloth patterns, the only problem is choosing which one to start with.
They’re quick to make, super cute, and great little gifts to give friends and family.
Hey, with so many great options, you might just want to work your way through every pattern.
Here are a couple more washcloths from my blog that you may enjoy making too: