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Tunisian Crochet Honeycomb Washcloth – Free Pattern

Are you in need of some cute, yet simple crochet washcloths for your home? If so, this may be the perfect pattern for you. Today, I will be showing you how to make an easy Tunisian crochet washcloth using the Honeycomb stitch.

This free Tunisian crochet washcloth pattern is simple and quick to make! Plus, it would look perfect with this Tunisian crochet kitchen towel. It would make a lovely set!

Scroll down for the free pattern + guided video tutorial, or purchase an ad-free, printable PDF pattern here.

2 Tunisian crochet washcloths in the color white and pink with a bar of soap.

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Free Tunisian Crochet Washcloth Pattern

My latest free crochet pattern are these adorable Tunisian crochet washcloths. They are fun to make, and work up in a breeze!

So if you’ve been wanting to make something in Tunisian crochet, or you’re new to this version of crochet, definitely give this pattern a go!

It’s beginner-friendly, uses only 3 stitches, and includes a helpful video tutorial. It’s one of those projects that’s perfect to make in between bigger projects or when you just want to make something small and quick.

Two folded crochet washcloths that use the honeycomb stitch.

So let’s talk real quick about how to make this free washcloth pattern.

How do you crochet a Tunisian washcloth?

For this Tunisian crochet washcloth pattern, you will first start by working a basic Tunisian crochet row which is a forward pass, and a return pass. Then after you have completed this part, you will make the Tunisian honeycomb stitch.

You’ll start by working a simple stitch, and then a purl stitch. Then you will alternate between these two stitches until the end of the row. After you’ve completed this row, you will then start your following row by making a purl stitch first, and then a simple stitch.

Once you have completed this row, all you have to do is alternate between row 2 and row 3 to create the stitch pattern. You will then finish off your washcloth with a simple single crochet border.

And that’s it! It’s an easy pattern with lots of texture.

A pink cotton washcloth that uses the honeycomb stitch.

Crochet a Matching Set for Your Home

Another great thing about this pattern is that I have an almost matching kitchen towel pattern. So if you’re looking to make a cute set for your kitchen or bathroom, this would be really fun to crochet.

Plus, it would make a really cute gift too. You can add some soap, a wooden dish brush, and put them in a caddy. Add a bow, and you’ve got an awesome gift.

A crochet kitchen towel and washcloth set.

And if you’re totally loving the Tunisian honeycomb stitch pattern, I’ve got a blanket version on the blog here too!

Tunisian Crochet Blanket Pattern

The Yarn You’ll Use for These Crochet Washcloths

For this crochet project, I used 1 ball of Hobby Lobby’s Cotton Et Lin yarn in the color Parchment and 1 ball in the color Rouge. It’s a number 4 worsted weight blended (80% cotton, 20% linen) yarn and it comes in 8 different colors.

I really enjoyed working with this yarn and definitely recommend it. However, since this is a washcloth pattern, you can use pretty much any worsted-weight cotton yarn. So if you can’t get a hold of this yarn, here are some other yarn recommendations:

And you can always check out for other yarn substitutions.

Two Tunisian crochet washcloths that are made with cotton yarn.

Tunisian Crochet Washcloth Pattern


Learn how to make a Tunisian crochet washcloth for your home using the Honeycomb stitch. This beginner-friendly crochet pattern is easy + quick to make!

You will first work the Honeycomb stitch pattern for a total of 20 rows in the first color, and then you will make a single crochet border in the second color. In the pattern, I used the color Parchment as my main color, and then I used the color Rouge for my border.


  • 1 skein of Hobby Lobby Yarn Bee Cotton Et Lin in the color Parchment (Weight 4/ 3.5oz, 180 yds), a total of 180 yards or you can use another worsted weight yarn.
  • 1 skein of Hobby Lobby Yarn Bee Cotton Et Lin in the color Rouge (Weight 4/ 3.5oz, 180 yds), a total of 180 yards or you can use another worsted weight yarn.
  • 6.5 mm (K) Tunisian hook.
  • Darning needle.
  • Scissors.


7 stitches x 6 1/2 rows = 4″ inch square in Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch.


FwP – forward pass

RetP – return pass

Lts – last tunisian stitch

Tss – tunisian simple stitch

Tps – tunisian purl stitch

Size of Washcloth:

7″ inches x 7″ inches.

Pattern Notes:

  • Pattern written in U.S Terms.
  • The washcloth is made in the yarn color Parchment, and the border is made in the yarn color Rouge. You can also do the opposite and work the washcloth in the color Rouge, and the border in the color Parchment.
  • Last row is made by making a Tunisian crochet slip stitch. You can find a detailed tutorial here.


Starting with the color Parchment, ch 22.

Row 1: FwP, draw up loop in 2nd chain from hook and in each chain across, RetP, yarn over, pull through first loop on hook. * yarn over, pull through next 2 loops, repeat from * till the end of the row (22 loops on the hook).

Tunisian forward pass + return pass.

Row 2: Skip first vertical bar, (Tss 1, Tps 1) across row to last stitch, Lts, RetP.

You want to alternate between the Tunisian simple stitch and the Tunisian purl stitch. Continue to do this till the end of the row.

Row 3: Skip first vertical bar, (Tps 1, Tss 1) across row to last stitch, Lts, RetP.

Like row 2, you are going to alternate between stitches, except row 3 starts with the Tunisian purl stitch first, and then the Tunisian simple stitch. Take a look at the photo down below to help identify what each stitch looks like.

Tunisian purl stitch + simple stitch.

Row 4: Repeat row 2.

Row 5: Repeat row 3.

Row 6: Repeat row 2.

Row 7: Repeat row 3.

Row 8: Repeat row 2.

Row 9: Repeat row 3.

Row 10: Repeat row 2.

Row 11: Repeat row 3.

Row 12: Repeat row 2.

Row 13: Repeat row 3.

Row 14: Repeat row 2.

Row 15: Repeat row 3.

Row 16: Repeat row 2.

Row 17: Repeat row 3.

Row 18: Repeat row 2.

Row 19: Repeat row 3.

Row 20: Repeat row 2.

Last row: Tunisian slip stitch across row, alternating between a simple stitch and a purl stitch.

Once you have reached the end of the row, finish off your work. Now you will make the border of your Tunisian crochet washcloth with the second color Rouge.

Adding a border to your Washcloth

With the second color Rouge, reattach the yarn to the top left corner of your washcloth. Then chain 1, and make 1 single crochet in the first stitch. Continue to make a single crochet in each stitch until you reach a corner. Make 2 single crochets in each corner and then repeat this sequence all the way around the washcloth.

Once you have reached the beginning of your border, repeat the sequence one more time.

When you have finished your last stitch of the second row of your border, make a slip stitch and tie a knot. Finally, cut your yarn and weave in your ends.

You’re finished with your washcloth!

A Tunisian crochet wash cloth that is shown from the front + back side.