I know what you’re thinking. Bathroom crochet. You’re thinking dolls in crocheted dresses stuck into toilet paper rolls on the back of your grandmother’s toilet. You’re thinking toilet tank and seat covers. You’re thinking scratchy acrylic yarn and pink with white lacy gross-ness. Well, think again! I’ve got bathrooms on the brain this week because we started our main floor bathroom renovation this week. You can follow my stories on Instagram to see the progress that we make each day. While we’re still in the midst of a lot of dust and it feels like we do just enough demo each day to keep me constantly cleaning up (and don’t worry, I’m not overdoing the cleanup… it’s plenty dusty around here), I’m still dreaming of when we can outfit this bathroom up with accessories for that touch of warmth and homeyness.
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The yarn choices are so much better these days. There are plenty of great cotton and t-shirt cotton yarns to choose from that would work great in the bathroom. You’re going to like the modern and trendy crochet patterns you can make for your bathroom (or other rooms) that I’ve collected here for you today. Check them out.
This Square Crochet Basket Pattern is a great way to store bathroom essentials, either in a drawer or cupboard or on the counter. This stitch is beautiful and sturdy and I love the basket weave look to this pattern! Use a bulky weight t-shirt yarn or make your own t-shirt yarn.
I love the natural look of these baskets that you can make with this Square Stacking Jute & Cotton Crochet Nesting Baskets Pattern. Jute is a little difficult to crochet with, but it has such a lovely natural, rustic result, it’s totally worth it. You can find jute at the dollar store or a hardware store or from one of these Etsy sellers.
If you’re not into the square basket thing (I don’t get it, but ok), crocheting in the round is fun and easy. Try out this Easy Modern Round Crochet Storage Basket Pattern to make a textured round basket with a pop of colour. I think a mustard colour would look great with that grey, don’t you?
Counter and shelf space is often at a premium in small bathrooms, but there’s often plenty of unused space on the walls! Check out this Crochet Hanging Basket Pattern Bundle and make yourself some handy little hanging baskets to hold all your spa essentials!
If you need to hold a few smaller items (or plants!!!) this Aubrey the Cute Crochet Basket Pattern uses the waistcoat stitch (so it looks knit!) It’s a nice tight stitch without holes, so it makes a great thick, sturdy fabric for little baskets.
Bathmats are another great accessory you can crochet for your bathroom, like this Get Naked Bath Mat Crochet Pattern. It’s spunky and fun and makes a great handmade bit of character and personality for your bathroom.
Here’s another cozy way to add some cushion to your cold bathroom tiles: the Pebble Bathroom Rug Crochet Pattern makes a lovely, cushioned, nature-inspired bathmat to bring some softness and organic vibe to the bathroom. I think this is really fun and would be so cozy to step out onto after a relaxing bath in my new soaker tub!
This Alicia Doily Crochet Rug Pattern was as similar pattern as I could find to the doily-inspired bathmat that I made for my bathroom before we renovated (see Insta post below). I made it when i spruced up and painted the bathroom the first time. It’s a little stained and dirty right now, but I still love the look of it. It needs a good bleach to bring it back to its former glory.
If you’re not quite there yet, crochet skill-wise, you can always pick up this Natural White Crochet Rug on Etsy. There are so many great crafts-people on Etsy, making beautiful things with their hands, and especially when you consider how many hours go into making these beautiful handmade items, they are always a great deal, if you don’t have the time or skill to make it yourself!
If you have a window in your bathroom, you might want a handmade curtain to provide a bit more privacy. This Vintage Crochet Curtain Pattern is a lovely lacy, motif-style crochet pattern, made with fine crochet cotton and a 1.25 mm (no. 3) steel hook. What a fun way to add a vintage vibe to a bathroom window… or any window, for that matter!
You didn’t think we’d get through a whole bathroom crochet post during COVID-19 and omit TP covers, did you?! This Crochet Toilet Paper Cover is not your grandmother’s TP cover, though! Not a pattern, but made to order in a trendy colour, with a stylish faux-leather tag, this would be a hip and fun way to warm up your bathroom and protect your precious, hard-earned TP.
Once your bathroom is outfitted with the essentials, it’s time to prep for spa time! Make yourself this Crochet Bathroom Set of Patterns, complete with a washcloth, guest towel, wash mitt, face scrubbies and a laundry bag for a warm, handmade luxury for your bathtime.
Need to improve your crochet skills for one of these projects? Check out Blueprint’s online crochet classes and learn at your own pace!
While we work on renovating our bathroom, you guys can work on making some crocheted bathroom accessories! Show me what you’ve made (I’d love to see! Tag me on instagram: @craftevangelist!) And then I’ll get making mine when we’re done! (Hopefully by the end of the month! (?!? I hope.) Pin it for later so you can find all these great ideas when it’s time to get making!