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

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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

Materials:

I-hook/5.5mm
Sugar n Cream worsted weight cotton- 2.5 oz makes approx. 16 small cotton pads
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:

ch- chain
sc- single crochet
tr- triple crochet
ea- each
st- stitch
sts- stitches

Note

Work in a the round.

The pattern is a sequence of 2 alternating stitches- tr, sc, tr, sc….

Triple/treble stitches will pop out the back.

*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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Instructions

Round 1: Magic circle (or ch2), sc6 in the loop (or sc6 in 2nd ch from hook), join w/ slip stitch, ch1, do not turn

Round 2: 2 sc each st around- 12st, join w/ sl st, ch1, turn. – 12 sts

Round 3: Tr in same st as turning chain, sc & tr in the next stitch, *sc, tr & sc in the next, tr, sc & tr (repeat from * around 2 times), sc, tr & sc in the last, join w/ sl st, ch1, turn. – 18 sts

Round 4: Tr in same st as turning ch, sc, tr & sc in the next stitch, *tr, sc, tr & sc in same st (repeat from * around 5 times) tr & sc same st in the last st, join w/ sl st. – 24 sts

You may stop for the reusable cotton balls or washcloths for toddler hands. Fasten off and sew in the ends.

If you'd like a scrubbie, ch1, turn, and continue to round 5.

Round 5: *Tr in same st as turning ch, sc, tr, sc & tr in the next stitch (repeat from * around 6 times) tr & sc same st in the last st, join w/ sl st. – 30 sts

Fasten off, break yarn, weave in the ends.

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.

Mariane Nomee

Monday 27th of June 2022

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Gus

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!

Ana Love Craft

Tuesday 10th of March 2015

Super cute! Pinned! Thank you for sharing pattern! Hope you have a wonderful day! Hugs and love from Portugal, Ana Love Craft www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

celinalane

Tuesday 10th of March 2015

Thank you, Ana! You, too.

Lianne

Sunday 8th of March 2015

I'm a little confused. If you have 12 stitches at the end of round two, and you are making three stitches in each, shouldn't you have 36 stitches instead of 18 at the end of the third round? And then you're doing 4 stitches in each at the end of the next round, but you say only 24 stitches instead of... uh, 4x36 is 144?

celinalane

Monday 9th of March 2015

Hi, Lianne ~ Round 3 is actually one stitch followed by two in the next and repeated. Good luck!