Hot Cross Spa Cloth

You’ll love the texture and stitch pattern used in our Hot Cross Spa Cloth pattern. This pattern is free on the blog and includes a video tutorial! PDF is available to purchase for a small fee HERE. Pin it for Later HERE.

My girls and I love handmade cotton cloths and with 4 of us we can never have too many! For this pattern I wanted something with lots of texture. Cloths are a perfect project to try out a fun new stitch pattern.

I have lots of cotton in my stash and spa cloths are the perfect project to work on using some of it up. They make great gifts for teacher appreciation, housewarmings and special occasions.

About the cotton

The blue spa cloth is made in Bernat Handicrafter sky. I love the colour but I found it a bit more rough to work with using this stitch pattern. I tried Premier Yarns Home Cotton next. It’s a blend of polyester and cotton that’s so soft and glided across my hook with ease. It ended up being the winner for this pattern!

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You can make 1 cloth from an 80 gram ball. I used about 60 grams or 105 yards. This makes a 10 x 10″ spa cloth. You can purchase this yarn in a variety of colours to suit your home decor. Love the basket? Check out the free pattern HERE.

Hot Cross Spa Cloth Pattern

Yarn Requirements:   

Premier Yarns Home Cotton 

(85% Cotton/15 % Polyester/2.8 oz/80g/140yds/128m)

Premier® Yarns Home™ Cotton Beige

Or use your preferred brand of cotton! We love Sprightly too!

Sprightly Cotton Worsted Yarn

from: Bluprint

1 ball needed per cloth (60g/105yards)

Crochet Hook Requirements:

US G/7 (4.5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

Aluminum Crochet Hook Set, Sizes D-K

Additional Supplies:

  • Yarn needle


15 sts and 7 rows equal to 4″ in pattern

Finished Measurement:


This pattern is written in Standard American Terms


*Beginner videos included for basic stitches. Completely NEW to crochet start HERE

Ch – Chain

Dc – Double Crochet

Rep – Repeat

RS – Right Side

Sc – Single Crochet

Sk – Skip

Skd – Skipped

Sl St – Slip Stitch

Sp(s) – Space(s)

St(s) – Stitch(es)

Tr – Treble Crochet

[ ] – Work step in brackets number of times indicated

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YouTube Video Tutorial:


Purchase the downloadable PDF HERE

Pattern stitch is worked in multiples of 3 plus 2.  When working the cross over treble stitch, work treble through the stitch from back to front rather than front to back.  Watch video tutorial for further clarification. 

Row 1 (RS): Ch 41, work 1 dc in the 6th ch from hook, work 1 dc in next st, work 1 tr back into 5th ch from hook, *sk next ch, work 1 dc in each of next 2 chs, work 1 tr back into skd ch; rep from * across, work 1 dc in last ch, turn—38 sts.

Row 2: Ch 3 (included as a st here and throughout), *sk next st (tr previous row), work 1 dc in each of next 2 sts, work 1 tr back into skd st; rep from * across, work 1 dc in turning ch, turn—38 sts. (Should measure approximately 10″)

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Rows 3-17: Rep Row 2 [15 times] or until piece measures approximately 10″ ending on RS.


After last row work 38 sc evenly down the side of cloth, work 38 sc in each st across the bottom of cloth, work 38 sc evenly up the side of cloth, work 38 sc in each st across the top of cloth, sl st in first sc to join.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Happy Hooking
​Michelle (MJ)

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