Blue Face Scrubby Easy Crochet Pattern


Blue Face Scrubby Easy Crochet Pattern


Blue Face Scrubby Easy Crochet Pattern

This Blue Face Scrubby Easy Crochet Pattern is great for cleansing your face and makes a great gift as part of a spa set. This is one of those quick crochet patterns that's just so easy. Leave a few of these in your bathroom and watch as your face becomes bright and blemish-free. Your guests will also love these scrubbies, so be sure to make a few extras and give them as parting gifts. Crochet washcloth patterns help you save money (no more splurging on expensive bathroom supplies) and use up your yarn. This is a quick and easy project that takes almost no time to complete, so sit back, relax and enjoy this super simple free crochet pattern.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Face Scrubby easy crochet pattern is great for beginners. This scrubby would be a great gift to put in a Spa basket with other bath items. Pattern is easy to read and the scrubby could be made up quite fast and in one sitting. All beginners this is a must try. Have fun and enjoy.

i found this to be easy and fun. Nice when you can do other things and still knit. I am using them for gift baskets as well. I thought I would even make some to have on hand for baby shower give aways for games and even Princess house parties. Did anyone make these? I can only answer that it took some practice for the puff stitch but I finally got it.

I saw this pattern and thought it would be great to go in my gift tins for my homemade spa sets for Christmas. I started the pattern but kept having trouble with the puff stitch. When I try to pull through the loop the hook gets stuck and pull a strand or two out making it look un-neat. Is there a way to prevent this? Could it be the yarn I am using?

Hi Sierra! I might suggest commenting on The Stitchin' Mommy post directly! Amy has so many suggestions for working the stitches. Whenever I pull the crochet hook through several loops at once, I try to sort of twist the hook in a way that avoids catching those other loops, if that makes sense. It might just be a case of practice makes perfect! I hope that helps. Let me know if you need anything else! -Editor of FaveCrafts


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