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Quick n Easy Reusable Cotton Balls or Spa Scrubbie Free Crochet Pattern

Quick n Easy Reusable Cotton Balls or Spa Scrubbie Free Crochet Pattern

Prepare for your most awaited spa day by whipping these scrubbies in minutes! It’s so soft that it’s also safe to use on your babies. Bonus: it’s reusable too! Saves you money and the environment too. The free pattern is below, and get the ad-free printable PDF pattern here.

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Scrubbie Free Crochet Pattern

The Scrubbie Free Crochet Pattern is a perfect project for people looking to perfect their crochet skills – especially if you struggle with crocheting in the round. It’s a great stash-busting project and makes a lovely quick gift when you need something in a hurry.

Pamper yourself or baby with eco-friendly cloths you crochet yourself. Be sure to use cotton to create the softest, most delicious, crocheted scrubbies to remove makeup smoothly and clean gently around your eyes.

Babies also appreciate the softness as the rounded edges clean around the neck, ears, and other sensitive areas. These rounded crochet washcloths, made a perfect size, will not flip or fold in your hand as you work around sensitive areas.

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Scrubbie Crochet Pattern

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Skill Level: Easy 

Materials: 

Yarn: 
10 yds worsted weight cotton yarn 

Hook: 
US size I/9 (5.50mm) crochet hook or size needed to match gauge 

Notions: 
Scissors 
Yarn needle 

Gauge: 11 sc x 11 rows = 4” 

Size: 3.5” diameter 

Pattern uses US crochet terms.

ABBREVIATIONSDESCRIPTION
chChain
rndRound
scSingle crochet
st(s)Stitch(es)
trTreble crochet

*If you’re looking to add a new repertoire of stitches to your knowledge base, check out the Ultimate Crochet Stitch Library.

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Pattern

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Note: Join rounds where indicated with a sl st in the first st of the round. 

Ch 2, or make a magic circle and ch 1. 

Rnd 1: 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or in magic circle, join. (6 sts) 

Rnd 2: Ch 1, do not turn, 2 sc each st around, join. (12 sts) 

Rnd 3: Ch 1, turn, tr in first st, (sc, tr) in next st, [sc in next st, (tr, sc) in next st, tr in next st, (sc, tr) in next st] twice, sc in next st, (tr, sc) in last st, join. (18 sts) 

Rnd 4: Ch 1, turn, tr in first st, sc in next st, (tr, sc) in next st, [tr in next st, sc in next st, (tr, sc) in next st] 5 times, join. (24 sts) 

For reusable cotton balls or toddler size scrubbie, stop here and skip rnd 5. For a full size scrubbie, continue to work rnd 5. 

Rnd 5: Ch 1, turn, tr in first st, sc in next st, tr in next st, (sc, tr) in next st, [sc in next st, tr in next st, sc in next st, (tr, sc) in next st, tr in next st, sc in next st, tr in next st, (sc, tr) in next st] twice, sc in next st, tr in next st, sc in next st, (tr, sc) in last st. (30 sts) 

Fasten off; weave in all ends.

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This is a great pattern for anyone who’s learning how to crochet. If you’re just starting out or looking to polish and perfect your crochet skills, I highly recommend the professionally filmed and taught Crochet Fundamentals class.

Kim

Thursday 14th of December 2023

Do you have a video of this? I am not great at reading the patterns. A quick video would help me tremendously!

Silvia

Friday 9th of December 2022

will you suggest a video for the above pattern, reading is a little confusing.

Mariane Nomee

Monday 27th of June 2022

Wish to recieve patterns without the comments.

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Thursday 16th of November 2017

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Rhonda

Friday 12th of August 2016

Too cute! Thank you for sharing. I'm going to make a heap of these to go into Christmas stockings. Pinned!

Celina

Tuesday 6th of September 2016

Great idea!