Free Crochet Pattern | Easy Berry Stitch Cotton Cloth


Easy berry stitch free crochet cotton cloth pattern

I make these little 7 x 7 inch cotton cloths for a lovely little store in northern Texas, The Humble Life, owned by Taylor and April Locke (seriously...the cutest couple and store ever!). Although tedius, I really do love making them. With the holidays literally around the corner, it was time to make a new batch of these little beauties — 'cause they make a seriously perfect stocking stuffer idea paired with one of April's handmade soaps (hint hint...wink wink). Anyway, I usually make a different style cloth, but after making hundreds of the same stitch and style over and over again, I decided to switch up the stitch this time. I gotta say, I love how they turned out! They are the perfect texture for a body cloth, facial cleanser, or even washing the dishes! I'm so excited about this new little cloth that I decided to share the pattern for free with you here on the blog so you have time to make a couple for mom or grandma for Christmas — and order an item or two from The Humble Life, of course.


Materials

  • 4mm hook

  • 1 skein category 4 weight cotton yarn (I used I Love This Cotton — makes 2 cloths)

  • tapestry needle

  • scissors

Skill Level

Beginner


Stitch Abbreviations

alt | alternate

ch(s) | chain(s)

berry | berry stitch

FO | fasten off

rep | repeat

sc | single crochet

st(s) | stitch(s)

yo | yarn over


Special Stitch (Berry Stitch)

Yo, insert hook, yo, pull through 1 loop, yo, insert hook, yo, pull through all 5 loops on hook.


Size

Approximately 7" x 7" square


Gauge

17.25 sts x 18 rows = 4" square or 28 sts x 29 rows = 6.5" square


For more on gauge, click here.


Additional Notes

  • cloth is worked flat, turning work at the end of each row

  • turning ch 1 does not count as a st

  • to customize width, add or subtract any number of chs to/from foundation row, making sure final count is an odd number

  • to customize length, add or subtract any number of rows to/from Row 4-29 section, making sure to end on an odd number row

Pattern

Foundation | ch 29 -- (29 sts)

Row 1 | *berry in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next st,* rep from * to * across ending with a sc in last ch, turn work -- (28 sts)

Row 2 | ch 1, sc in each st across, turn work -- (28 sts)

Row 3 | ch 1, *berry in next st, sc in next st,* rep from * to * across ending with a sc in last st, turn work -- (28 sts)

Rows 4-29 | alt Row 2 and 3; on last row, do not FO and continue immediately to border


Border:

After Row 29, turn work and ch 1. Sc in each st around and 3 sts in each corner.


FO and weave in ends.


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