Treble crochet pattern from Treble Pop Washcloth Crochet incorporates the five best crochet towel patterns for beginners. Because? Because we are not just doing something useful, we are testing our new skills! With the crochet slit pattern, we will practice simple and accurate crochet stitches.
The most difficult part of the design process! The reason why this background is called treble is because of the way the stitches are worked. When you make a crochet after a triple, it makes the treble point appear like a mini bobble. If you love the look of silly dots, but are not yet at that level, this is a great alternative!
When crocheting in the Crochet Treble Pop bath cloth, you will be practicing simple and treble crochet. He will also put his pattern reading skills to the test with the zigzag range. If you are not familiar with reading crochet patterns or if you want to enhance your knowledge, check out parts one and two of How to Read Crochet Patterns.
It’s time to start practicing the basics for beginners! Are you ready? There are a few things you need to know before you begin and each of them will have its own section below.
- Chain Stitch
- Single Crochet Stitch
- Treble Crochet Stitch
How to Resize your Washcloth:
Create your foundation chain in multiples of 6 sts + 2, plus 1.
Chain in multiples of 6 until you reach your desired length, then add 3 to the end of your chain.
When making your own washcloths, it’s best to use 100% cotton yarn. This is explained deeper in the post about all five washcloths, but I will list a few of my favorite cotton yarns below. If you don’t want to use 100% cotton, at least find something with a cotton blend.
- Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie
- Bernat Handicrafter Cotton
- Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran
- Lily Sugar n Cream in the color Cream (100% cotton – medium weight #4 – 4oz/113g – 200 yds)
- 5mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- Ch – chain stitch
- Sc – single crochet
- Tr – treble crochet
- St – stitch
- Rep – repeat
|US TERMS||UK TERMS|
|single crochet (sc)||double crochet (dc)|
|treble (tr)||double treble (dtr)|
Row 1: Ch 33, sc in 2nd ch from hook each ch to end of row (32)
Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc in first st, *tr in next st, sc in next st, tr in next st, 1sc in each of the next 3 sts; Rep from * to last st. 1sc in last st
Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in first st and each st down row.
Row 4: Ch 1, turn. 1sc in each of the first 2 sts, *tr in next st, sc in next st, tr in next st, 1sc in each of the next 3 sts; rep from * to end.
Row 5: Rep Row 3
Row 6: Ch 1, turn. 1sc in each of the first 3 sts, *tr in next st, sc in next st, tr in next st, 1sc in each of the next 3 sts; Rep from * to last 5 sts. Tr in next st, sc in next st, tr in next st, 1sc in each of the next 2 st.
Row 7: Rep Row 3
Row 8: Rep Row 4
Row 9: Rep Row 3
Row 10: Rep Row 2
Row 11: Rep Row 3
Rows 12-27: Rep Rows 4-11, 2 more times
Row 28-31: Rep Rows 8-10
Tie off work and weave in your ends
Row 1: Sc each st across, 3 Sc in last st, turn work 90 degrees to work along the side. Sc 29 evenly across. turn work 90 degrees to work along bottom row. 3sc first st, Sc 30 across. 3sc last st. turn work 90 degrees to work along the side. Sc 30 evenly across. turn work 90 degrees to work along top row.
Row 2: 3sc first st. Sc 31 across. Sl st in next st and each st around washcloth until you reach first Sl st.
Tie off your work and weave in ends
And that’s all for the Treble Pop Washcloth Crochet Pattern! This particular crochet washcloth pattern was designed to help you practice a few of the basic stitches: the single crochet and treble crochet. It also helped you practice your pattern-reading skills which may or may not have been a little frustrating.