Crochet Dr. Office Project
If you are stuck waiting on a bus, car or even a Dr. Office, having this simple yet interesting, crochet project will pass the time quicker. Introducing the Crochet Dr. Office Project pattern. It is technically the Speedy Texture Dishcloth.
The project is using the Nubbly Stitch. It’s a combination of 2 stitches to form the one-sided texture to help clean even more. It’s using trebles and single crochets.
The project is straight forward and uses Lily Sugar N Cream yarn. You can opt to have the additional chain 10 loops or leave it off. You can decide what works for you.
If you would like to change the size, just chain in multiples of 2 and this pattern will work out.
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Comments on “Crochet Dr. Office Project Pattern + Tutorial”
i do not see a get pattern button, for the crochet doctor office project of the washcloth. How do I get the written pattern?
I have added a pattern button for you. You should be able to find the pattern now.
Pattern link goes to Yarnspirations. Video link works.
Love this project, thank you for it. As a beginner I am can you clarify the written directions? I watched your titorial couple times, on row 4 at the end it says last stuyxh 1 sc at end, but in tute you say 2 sc at end, which makes sense because that us how your started that row. Also the written mentions to push tr through RS? you dont mention anything about RS in your tute, sorry im a newbie.
The TR naturally falls to the RS, at least it does for me. I will review your other thoughts on the tutorial carefully.
Do you have a written pattern for this? It is much easier for me to work from a written pattern than a video!
Yes it’s linked in the GET PATTERN button and also a link by the name itself in the article.
I hope to learn this year I have bought some yarn to practice on.
Crochet is the best hobby/skill I have learned and still learning. You are already on the right path, Mikey and the gang here at The Crochet Crowd are the best teachers. Have fun and can’t wait to see your projects!
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