Crochet Rochelle: Rumpelstiltskin Washcloth

Friday, May 8, 2020

Rumpelstiltskin Washcloth

The griddle stitch pattern creates a soft texture ideal for any fabric and occasion! 

*The griddle stitch is an alternating pattern between SC and DC. Make SC stitches in DC stitches from previous row, then DC in the SC from previous row. Each row should always start with a SC and end with a DC, Chain 1 and turn.

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Cotton worsted weight yarn
Tapestry needle

Hook size: I/5.50 mm 

CH = chain
SC = single crochet
DC = double crochet
SL ST = slip stitch
ST = stitch
4 stitches = 1" across 
2 rows = 1" height 

Special Notes:
Chains do not count as stitches in this pattern.
End on DC stitch throughout pattern. 

Pattern Instructions:
Chain 21.
Row 1: SC in second chain from hook, DC in next chain, (SC, DC) repeat across to end of chains, Chain 1, turn. (20 sts)
Row 2: SC in first stitch, DC in next, (SC, DC) repeat across to end of row, Chain 1, turn. (20 sts) 
Row 3 - 16: Repeat R2. (20 sts)
Break yarn, weave ends.

Add a row of single crochet around four sides of washcloth. I used the following pattern for the washcloth pictured:

Join yarn to last stitch of Row 16, 3 sc in corner,
*[sc 5, ch 3 (picot), sc 5], repeat from * across to next corner, 3 sc in corner. Repeat this pattern around all four sides of washcloth. Join yarn to first sc in starting corner to finish. Break yarn, weave ends. 

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