Kitchen & Bathroom Crochet Sizing Charts
Updated: Mar 30
Lately, I've been wanting to upgrade some of my spaces by creating unique crochet pieces to add to my home. One of the first few things on my list is towels.
I love the look and uniqueness of handmade crochet towels. I've made a few washcloth patterns in the past, and in the beginning, I didn't think I would use them because I was afraid they would get dirty or stretched out. I was wrong. I LOVE my crochet wash clothes and I use them super often.
Crocheted towels are waaay more absorbent than I assumed they would be and they are no different to care for than the other towels I use every day.
Before I start filling my house with handmade towels and pot holders though I thought I would start with some research. I wanted to know what sizes all of my new crochet towels should be. Sure, I could guess and just wing it, but that hasn't always worked out so well for me in the past–lol!
Below, you will find both kitchen and bathroom towel measurements, along with some other items I thought were relevant.
Side note: Handmade crochet towels are not only great to have around and on display, but they also make for great housewarming gifts! Pair a set with some of your favorite soaps or a few bath bombs.
What kind of yarn should you use for crochet towels?
For most towels, washcloths, and hot pad patterns you should be using 100% cotton yarn. Cotton yarns typically have great absorbency powers and they are also typically super soft. You can also use a cotton blend yarn, just be sure not to use anything other than 100% cotton on items that will be receiving a lot of heat, as they could melt (hot pads mainly).
Crochet Kitchen Project Sizing Chart
Crochet Bathroom Project Sizing Chart
If you have any questions, drop a comment below. If your work any of my patterns, I would LOVE to see how they turn out! Tag me on Instagram and Pinterest with @threadifulbychrysta 🥰