Easy dish scrubbie crochet pattern – and it doesn’t involve tulle or netting!!!
If you have ever made a dish scrubbie, you have probably used tulle or netting. I previously made a scrubbie from netting and I didn’t find it fun at all. I thought it was rather hard on my hands. Needless to say, I have not made too many. But that is all about to change!
When I was shopping the other day, I found some Red Heart Scrubby yarn. I had to snatch it up to try a scrubbie pattern.
I started off with just one ball of yarn but quickly decided I needed another. I found using one yarn made for a thin scrubbie and I wanted something a little bit thicker.
Next time I was at the store, I grabbed a second ball of yarn in a different color – that way I always knew I was working with both yarns.
Supplies for Easy Crochet Dish Scrubbie
Like I said before, using the Scrubby yarn is perfect. No more cutting strips of tulle or netting!
If you need to counter, I suggest using a digital row counter.
Easy Dish Scrubbie Crochet Pattern
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- 2 balls of Red Heart Scrubby Yarn – I used Ocean and Bubblegum Colors
- H Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle
Important – You will be using both yarns at the same time. Always check to make sure you have both on your hook while you work.
Row 1: Chain 11. Single Crochet into the second loop from the hook. Continue to Single Crochet across. Turn your work. (10 stitches)
Row 2-8: Chain 1. Single Crochet across. Turn your work. (10 stitches) At the end of row 8, cut your yarn and weave in your ends.
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