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Ribbed Crochet Face Scrubbies

Kimberly is a 19-year-old jewelry artist, soap maker, and crocheter. She lives happily with her boyfriend in Northern Minnesota.

You can crochet a face scrubbie like this in about 10 minutes!

You can crochet a face scrubbie like this in about 10 minutes!

An Easy-To-Make Gift

Below you will find two patterns for crocheted face scrubbies. The patterns are very similar, and it makes them perfect to be given away in sets together. I used cotton yarn in this pattern, which you will always want to use for patterns meant to get wet. Each scrubbie took about 10 minutes to make, making these a perfect project when you just want to quickly and casually crochet.

Supplies and Abbreviations

Here are some tools you will need.

Supplies

  • Cotton yarn, I used green and red for Christmas-themed ones!
  • Size H crochet hook
  • Darning needle for weaving in ends

Abbreviations

Ch: Chain

HDC: Half double crochet

BPHDC: Back post half double crochet

Slst: Slip stitch

Pattern One

Pattern One

Pattern One

Do not join any of these rounds, mark with a stitch marker.

Ch 2

Row 1: 6 HDC in the second ch from hook.

Row 2: 2 BPHDC per stitch around (12)

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Row 3: 2 BPHDC per stitch around (24)

Row 4: 1 BPHDC in first stitch, *2 BPHDC in next stitch, 1 BPHDC in next stitch* Repeat * until end of row. (35)

Join to the first stitch of the last row with a slst. Tie off.

Pattern Two

Pattern Two

Pattern Two

The only difference in this pattern is that you will join your stitches at the end of each round.

Ch 2

Row 1: 2 HDC in each stitch around. Join to first HDC with slst.

Row 2: Ch 1, 2 BPHDC in each stitch around. Join to beginning HDC with slst. (12)

Row 3: Ch 1, 2 BPHDC in each stitch around. Join to beginning HDC with slst. (24)

Row 4: Ch 1, 1 BPHDC in the first stitch *2 BPHDC in next stitch, 1 BPHDC in next stitch* Repeat * until end of the round. Join to beginning HDC with slst. (36)

Tie off.

Wrapping Up

I make these in sets of four, and I choose two colors that go well together. When I do this, I make one of each pattern in each color. Sets of four seem to be the perfect size for this pattern, and they make a fantastic gift!

I really hope you guys like this pattern.

Happy Stitching!