Sharing a super quick and easy pattern for these DIY Reusable Cleaning Cloths. The crochet reusable washcloths are a perfect project for Earth Day!
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To me, there is nothing better than coming home to a clean house. Although let’s be realistic, there’s actually no “coming home” to a clean house since I’m the one that’s doing all the cleaning.
I thoroughly enjoyed the baby and toddler stages of my children, but as they’ve gotten older, I definitely appreciate the fact that they can handle more responsibility around the house. (Including cleaning tasks and chores.) They assist with the dusting, help clear and pick up the clutter, fold and (mostly) put away their clothes and help me when I’m cleaning my kitchen.
A task I frequently assign the kids is emptying the dishwasher and cleaning the counter tops as I work on the dishes. While I appreciate the help in the cleaning tasks, it kills me to look over and see a number of paper towels wasted when they clean the countertops! I want to teach my children the importance of not being wasteful. (not only is it bad for the environment, but it’s hard on the pocket book too!) This is one of the big reasons we are trying to make the switch to using more reusable products.
I’ve tried several different types of reusable cleaning cloths and right now our favorite are these crocheted washcloths!
These reusable cleaning cloths are soft and pliable, which makes them perfect for almost any cleaning project. They’re made from cotton yarn, hold up wonderfully in the wash and pair perfectly with my favorite Windex® Vinegar Multi-Surface Cleaner.
The Windex® Vinegar Multi-Surface Cleaner is versatile enough to use throughout your home, and the special ammonia-free formula has no harsh vinegar smell. (Just a fresh, clean scent.) We use it as a bathroom cleaner, kitchen cleaner, on appliances, the stove top, and countertops. (It’s safe for Corian® and Formica® countertops, sealed granite countertops, sealed marble countertops) and of course windows! (I always make sure to stock up during my weekly Kroger run.)
The best part about this project is that these reusable cloths are so quick and easy to make. They are an absolutely perfect project for a beginning crocheter since it is simply straight rows of double crochet.
Crochet Instructions for Reusable Cleaning Cloths:
- 100% cotton yarn (I like the Lion Brand Kitchen Cottons)
- h/8 – 5.00 MM hook
- Yarn Needle (for weaving in ends)
- CH – Chain
- SC – Single Crochet
- DC – Double Crochet
- Row 1: CH 28,
- Row 2: DC in 3rd CH from Hook and into the other 28 chains. Turn.
- Row 3-14: CH 2, DC across. Turn
- Tie off and weave ends into the cloth.
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