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Washcloths are fun. Don’t believe me? Have a look.

So, it’s time to wash the youngest whipper-snapper but the washcloths you have just don’t fit. Although they’ll probably do the job, they’re just no fun. Thus, in order to fix this glaring omission, here are some attractive, enjoyable and cute ideas for a soft baby washcloth. They are all easy, indeed, they’re all a cinch so that all crocheters, of all skills can make them. Moreover, if you don’t have a baby in the house, I’m sure you know someone who does. Certainly, these would be a great addition to any baby shower bundle.

Baby Bear Washcloth

This soft baby washcloth takes the shape of that perennial nursery favorite, the teddy bear. However, in addition to this they’ll also make a great softie-squeezie toy.

Baby Bear Washcloth

The full article about this pattern is here:

Oh So Soft Baby Washcloths

These are more traditional, although they are made in fun colors, and will function great as a sitting pad for the rubber ducky as well.

Oh So Soft Baby Washcloths

The full information about this project are here:

Oh So Soft Baby Washcloths

More info about projects photographed also on Ravelry.

Cleaning Mitt

Lastly, what bath time would be complete without a fun and amusing wash mitt? Undoubdtedly none, so here is a soft baby washcloth in the shape of a kitten mitten for your child’s cleanliness and amusement.

Cleaning Mitt

The full Youtube tutorial about this pattern is here:

Cleaning Mitt

More info about project photographed you will find on Ravelry here and here.

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  1. I can’t bring up the pattern for soft baby washcloths

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