Crochet Washcloth & Soap Saver Set Pattern – Peach

It is time to get rid of disposables and embrace sustainable living with a washcloth and soap saver crochet pattern set!

These eco-friendly projects are your ticket to a greener bathroom routine.

Craft your own reusable washcloths and soap savers, and pamper yourself – you’re also reducing waste and helping the planet.

Plus, these durable crochet creations last far longer than their store-bought counterparts. Ready to make your self-care routine more sustainable? Let’s dive into these earth-loving patterns and start hooking for a cleaner, greener future!

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Crochet & Care: Gifting Your Handmade Washcloths and Soap Savers?

First off, think about making a set. A couple of washcloths and a matching soap saver make for a really nice gift package. You could even throw in a fancy bar of soap to complete the set.

When it comes to presentation, I love rolling up the washcloths and tying them with a pretty ribbon. You can tuck the soap saver in there too. It looks super cute and spa-like.

If you’re feeling extra crafty, why not crochet a little basket to put everything in? It adds that extra handmade touch.

Don’t forget a care tag! Just a little note explaining how to wash and care for the items. Cotton yarn is usually best, as it’s easy to clean and gets softer with use.

Lastly, consider the recipient’s style when choosing colors. Maybe go for calming blues and greens for someone who likes a spa vibe, or bright, fun colors for someone with a more vibrant personality.

Have you thought about who you might gift these to? They’re great for housewarming presents, teacher gifts, or even as part of a self-care package for a friend who needs a pick-me-up.

You will find instructions in the free pattern below ⬇️

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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we? Making a Crochet washcloth – Criss Cross



Drops Paris Uni Color, 100% cotton, 50 g, 75 m (82 yds), color 27

I used two colors for the presentation

Or use any cotton yarn weight # 4 yarn


Hook: US Size (5mm) 

Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape


  • 14 st X 12 rows ( 4” X 4”)


The Washcloth: 7.5” X 7.5 “ square

The Soap Saver: 4.5” X 2.5”

Stitch Key

Specialty Stitch

Suzette st: Sc 1, hdc 1 in next st repeat to end. Ch 1 turn, hdc on top of sc and sc on top of hdc

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  • This pattern is worked in rows.
  • Ch 1 at the beginning of the row does not count as st
  • The pattern is written in US terminology


The WashCloth

Foundation chain: chain 25

Row 1: Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Dc in same ch, skip 1 ch, Sc +Dc in next ch, and across to end of row. Ch 1, turn work 

Row 2: Sc + Dc in 1st st (on top of the last Sc from prev row), skip 1 st (the Dc from prev row), Sc + Dc in nxt and repeat to end of row, Ch1 and turn work

Row 3-24: repeat row 2


When you reach the last st in your last row, chain 10 and Sl st to the same st you started with, turn and sc 12 back and Sl st again, fasten your yarn and cut.

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The Soap Saver

Foundation chain: chain 15

Row 1: Sc in 2nd Ch from hook, Dc in same ch, skip 1 ch, Sc +Dc in next ch, and across to end of row. Ch 1, turn work 

Row 2: Sc + Dc in 1st st (on top of the last Sc from prev row), skip 1 st (the Dc from prev row), Sc + Dc in next and repeat to end of row, Ch1 and turn work

Row 3-19: repeat row 2

Fold in half and sew to form a rectangular container. Fasten your yarn and cut.


Chain 30 with the same color or different, insert chain loosely between stitches to tie when soap inside!


Cut your yarn and weave in the ends.

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