Friday, June 26, 2020

Mini Fruity Spa Scrubbies, Free Crochet Pattern + Video

It's spa time!  Crochet yourself some fun scrubbies...lemon, orange, and apple!  Completed in just three rows, these are fast and fun. Perfect for a fun treat to yourself and also are a fabulous addition to a spa basket or gift! 

Want a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! 

Mini Fruity Spa Scrubbies
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Click below to watch a full video tutorial on how to make this project:

  • I (5.5 mm) crochet hook 
  • Cotton dishcloth yarn of your choice, 1 color for "fruit" in red, orange, or yellow and 1 color for the leaf and "stem" loop in green
  • Tapestry needle 
  • Scissors 
Finished Sizing:
  • Pouf is 3 inches wide
  • Leaf is about 1.5 inches tall
  • Hanging loop is 2 inches tall

Part 1: "Fruit" Pouf

  • Ch 6, join with a slip in the furthest ch from the hook.
  • Round 1: Ch 2, then work 30 hdc into the center of the ring.  Join to close round with a slip stitch.
  • Round 2: Ch 4, then work 4 hdc in each stitch.  Join to close round with a slip stitch.
  • Round 3: Ch 4, then work 4 hdc in each stitch.  Join to close round with a slip stitch.  Fasten off.

Part 2: One Round Leaf
  • Ch 4, join with a slip in the furthest ch from the hook.
  • In the center of the ring work (6 dc, 4 sc, 1 tr, 4 sc, 6 dc)
  • Join to close round with a slip stitch.

Part 3: Stem Loop and Assembly
  • To make the hanging loop (with green yarn) ch 4, then incorporate leaf onto chain by working a slip stitch into each of the the bottom two stitches of the leaf in the back loops only of the two stitches, then ch 20.  Fasten off leaving a tail that is a couple of inches long.
  • Using the tails of the hanging loop and your tapestry needle, pull through the center of the pouf, but not all the way through, just until the chain base gets to the center.  Tie securely.  Carefully trim tails-no need to weave in these ends, the knots will completely disappear into the center.
  • Weave in any tails that remain from the pouf, leaf, etc.

© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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  1. Hey Jennifer,

    I am new to dishcloths and scrubbies. What is the difference between regular cotton yarn and dishcloth cotton yarn? Also, I typically do better with magic circle, so I just make the magic ring and then hdc 30 times into it right? Thx I love these!

  2. will cotton dry quickly or will mold eventually begin to surface on these cuties - many tks.

  3. I think these r pretty cute - I'm a little concerned though I've read that cotton doesn't dry very fast & that mold might set in - hv u heard anything about that. Any help u can give me will be appreciated. Many tks.

  4. They look so pretty.....!!!!!😊👌

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