Actually, no, it wasn't perfect. I fiddled with it and reworked it a little, and now I do think it is the perfect spa washcloth.
I used an eco-cotton that has just a little acrylic added so it has a little "scrub" to it, not the soft silkiness of a pima cotton. After all we want to slough off that dry skin and expose the dewy cells underneath, right?
You would like the pattern too? Of course, glad to share.
On US 6 needles, cast on 35 stitches.
Rows 1-4 - Knit
Row 5 - Knit 3; * yarn over, knit 2 together. Repeat from * 14 more times; knit 2.
Rows 6, 7 and 8 - Knit
Continue Rows 5 through 8 until spa washcloth reaches approximately 6 1/2 inches, ending with a Row 8.
Final 2 Rows - Knit.
Bind off, weave in ends and trim.