Kimberly is a 19-year-old jewelry artist, soap maker, and crocheter. She lives happily with her boyfriend in northern Minnesota.
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 a 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.
- Cotton yarn, I used green and red for Christmas themed ones!
- Size H crochet hook
- Darning needle for weaving in ends
HDC: Half double crochet
BPHDC: Back post half double crochet
Slst: Slip stitch
Do not join any of these rounds, mark with a stitch marker.
Row 1: 6 HDC in the second ch from hook.
Row 2: 2 BPHDC per stitch around (12)
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.
The only difference in this pattern is that you will join your stitches in the end of each round.
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)
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 and happy stitching!