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A Simple, Easy Washcloth Pattern

When I created this washcloth, I wanted something that was easy and didn’t take too long to work up and that had a nice texture to it.  I achieved the texture I wanted by using the raspberry or trinity stitch which makes it look like little bubbles, at least they do to me 😉 Thus, the Knit Bubble Washcloth was born.

I use I Love this Cotton.  It is the softest cotton yarn that I have found and works up great.

Lets get started!

Goat Milk Soap from Chaotic Country Farm


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Things you will need:


  • k = knit
  • p = purl
  • p3tog = purl 3 stitches together
  • st = stitches

Start Knitting

Cast on 34 st

Rnd 1-6: K across.

Rnd 7: K 3 st, *k1, p1, k1 in 1 (same) st,  p3tog*  repeat from * to* until last 3 st, k last 3 st.

Rnd 8: K 3, p until last 3 st, k last 3 st.

Rnd 9: K 3, *p3tog, k1, p1, k1 in 1 (same) st* repeat from * to * until last 3 st, k last 3 st.

Rnd 10: K 3, p until last 3 st, k last 3 st.

Repeat rows 7-10: 8 more times

K across for 5 rows.

Bind off.  Weave in ends.

I love to pair a few washcloths and some fun and unique soap and bath products for gift baskets.  I think that this knit bubble washcloth is a pretty and elegant piece that would really add to a gift basket.

Here’s another great knitting pattern!

Have fun and knit away

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  1. Kylee;

    Thank you for this cloth pattern. It looks very pretty – and simple too.

    You have done a great job knitting it with an even tension. Hopefully mine will turn out as good as yours.


  2. Thanks so much for this pattern , I can’t wait to start it. I love knitting dishcloths , and they make a great gift.