Simple Round Dish Scrubbie Pattern

Make your own dish scrubbie with this simple round dish scrubbie pattern.

These little scrubbies are a lot more fun than what you get at the store! They are easy to make and only take about 10 to 20 minutes to make, depending on how many disruptions you have.

Simple Round Dish Scrubbie Pattern

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I have previously made scrubbies with Red Heart Scrubby Yarn, however, I decided to try the Scrubby Sparkle Yarn this time.

Between the two yarns, I like working with the Scrubby Sparke Yarn the best. It is very easy to crochet with.

I am going to have to pick up more of this scrubby sparkle yarn the next time I am at the store. I only picked up the blue when I was there since I was unsure how it would work.

It will be fun to create fun scrubbies if I can get my hands on a several colors.

Round Dish Scrubbie Pattern

Items Needed For Simple Round Dish Scrubbie

 RED HEART Scrubby Sparkle Yarn, IcepopBuy on Amazon RED HEART Scrubby Sparkle Yarn, AvocadoBuy on Amazon RED HEART Scrubby Sparkle Yarn, LemonBuy on Amazon

Round Dish Scrubbie Pattern


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Round 1: Start with the magic circle. Chain 2, double crochet 12 stitches. Then pull your circle closed and slip stitch to join.

Round 2: Chain 2. Double crochet twice into each stitch around. Slip stitch to join. (24 stitches)

Round 3: Chain 2. *Double crochet twice into one stitch. Then one double crochet into the next.* Repeat from * to * around. Then slip stitch to join. (36 stitches)

Round 4: Chain 2. *Double crochet twice into one stitch. Then double crochet once into the next 2 stitches.* Repeat from * to * around. Then slip stitch to join. (48 stitches).

Cut your yarn and weave in your ends.

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  1. Phyllis Huebbe says:

    Love this idea

  2. we used to make these with regular yarn and they work well that way too.

  3. Wendy Handson says:

    Sorry dont understand the first row of scrubbing pattern. Magic Circle? Chain 2, then 12 Dc?
    Just a beginner, could you please clarify what magic circle means and where do the 12 dc Go?
    Thank you for your help.

  4. Audrey Carter says:

    I also don’t understand the beginning. My other patterns say to chain so many and then slip stitch to join.

  5. Lynn Clendenin says:

    I’m going to use a strand of cotton and a strand of scrubby to make it a bit thicker. Don’t know if it will work, but we’ll see!

    1. Melinda Jolin says:

      I used 2 strands of Scrubby yarn held together and just did the first 3 rows of the pattern and love it !

  6. hi, thanks for pattern. What do I do to add one more row?? thanks. I’m a newbie.

    1. To add another round:

      Round 5: Chain 2. *Double crochet twice into one stitch. Then double crochet once into the next 3 stitches.* Repeat from * to * around. Then slip stitch to join. (60 stitches)

  7. Peggy Awald says:

    thank you for the patterns I just recently crocheted a round dish cloth and loved it do you have a pattern for round dishcloth, i did make your round coaster and scrubbie and thought i could just make it bigger but im not sure.

  8. What on earth does * asterisk mean? Can you just type what you’re trying to say? I’m partially through the pattern now have zero clue what to do. I’ve never seen an asterisk used in a pattern.

    1. As you read the pattern, it states to Repeat from * to * around. Repeat the items between the asterisks until you get to the end.

  9. Jan Blurton says:

    Are the scrubbies machine washable and dryable?

    1. You should be able to. Read the label on the yarn for instructions.

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