7 Reusable Crochet Patterns for Spring Cleaning

It’s that time of year! Spring cleaning is just around the corner! Now, if I’m honest about it, I am really truly terrible about “spring cleaning.” I always seem to have great intentions about washing all the windows and screens and taking down the curtains for a fresh cleaning, etc… but it rarely happens. (now gardening, that’s another story! I enjoy that much more!)

But whether you are an avid Spring cleaner, or just a regular, normal-routine cleaner like me, I think you will appreciate all of these reusable crochet patterns for cleaning!

I love the idea of not having to buy a bunch of plastic, disposable cleaning items over and over. With each of these patterns I can have the fun of making them (because crochet is my therapy), using them, and then throwing them in the wash to use again! And I get the added benefit of feeling super for saving money AND creating less waste! So many wins!

Each of these reusable crochet patterns is free! I hope you enjoy them! If you have any other favorites, post them in the comments!

  1. Tartan Plaid Washcloths from Happy Berry Crochet (youtube video)
  2. Reusable Wet Mop Pad from Just Be Crafty
  3. Crochet Dust Mit from Capper’s Farmer (originally published in 1-2-3 Skein Crochet)
  4. Baby Bottle Cleaning Brush from Heart Hook Home
  5. The Best Kitchen Scrubbie from Crochet Therapy Shop (youtube video)
  6. Crochet Kitchen Scrubby from Cute As A Button Crochet & Craft
  7. Swiffer Cover Pattern from Once Upon A Baby
    This particular pattern has been removed from internet-land since this post was first published. Here is another very similar pattern from Grace & Yarn: Easy Crochet Mop Cover.
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    1. I too see lots of things on this site that I would like to make, but can’t get patterns for them.

  1. I am so glad I found your page!!!! now I just need to find MORE time to get so much of these patterns done, cause I sure have the yarn to do it!!! Thanks for all the great patterns!

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