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Too Cute Washcloth and Scrubby All-In-One

Crochet Scrubby - Free Pattern

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Crocheted washcloths are a timeless piece. 

I remember my grandmother making washcloths by the dozen. As soon as she would get one made, someone would come along and scoop it up. 

I myself, have made many different washcloths and scrubbies and have never been left with one to spare. 

I was wandering through the yarn isles at Michaels the other day (always a dangerous idea), when I spotted scrubby yarn. 

red heart, scrubby yarn
Love this Scrubby Yarn

I stopped dead in my tracks and did a double take. WHAT?! Scrubby yarn! YES PLEASE!

I had no idea what I was going to do with the scrubby yarn, but I NEEDED it! 

Later that evening, I was trying to decide what kind of scrubby I wanted to make with my new scrubby yarn.

 I like using scrubbies for tough to wash dishes and washcloths for the rest. Too bad I couldn't get an all-in-one washcloth and scrubby combo...…..Wait  a minute, I'm the maker, I can make an all-in-one washcloth and scrubby combo. 

For my all-in-one washcloth and scrubby design I wanted it to look cute as well as functional. So I decided on flowers. The petals of the flowers have an added bonus of being used to get into the hard to wash spaces.

I absolutely love the way that these turned out and have been using mine everyday. 

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Crocheted Scrubby and Washcloths All-In-One 

Pattern for Too Cute All-In-One Washcloth and Scrubby

Materials you will need:

Materials You will Need

  • H-(5mm) crochet hook
  • scissors
  • stitch marker
  • yarn needle
  • Red Heart Scrubby Yarn (color of your choice) 
  • Bernat Cotton Yarn (color of your choice)


MR- Magic Ring
DC- Double Crochet
sl st- slip stitch
SC- Single Crochet
Hdc- Half Double Crochet
sts- stitches
Tr- Treble Crochet
Picot- Picot stitch is done at the top of the treble crochet by chaining 2 then slip stitch through the two loops at the top of the treble crochet. 

Free Pattern for Too Cute All-In-One Washcloth and Scrubby

START with SCRUBBY yarn **Note for the scrubby yarn** working with this yarn is a little hard to see the stitches sometimes so I always use a stitch marker at the beginning of the round so I know where to join. 

Begin with a MR
Round 1: DC times 10 into MR and pull tight to form a circle. Join with a sl st. (10 sts)
Round 2: Ch 2, (2 DC) into each stitch all the way around. Join with a sl st. (20 sts)
Round 3: Ch 2 *2 DC, 1 DC* repeat from between the * all the way around. Join with a sl st (30 sts) 
Cut yarn, leaving a small tail for weaving into your work. 

CHANGE to Cotton Yarn

Begin with a MR
Round 1: DC times 10 into MR and pull tight to form a circle. Join with a sl st. (10 sts)
Round 2: Ch 2, (2 DC) into each stitch all the way around. Join with a sl st. (20 sts)
Round 3: Ch 2 *2 DC, 1 DC* repeat from between the * all the way around. Join with a sl st (30 sts)
Round 4: Ch 1, here you will want to get the scrubby circle that you just created to join to the cotton circle. Lining up the stitches as you go work through both circles in  this pattern *2sc, 1sc, 1sc* repeat from between the * until  the end of the round. Join with a sl st. (40 sts) 
Round 5: *skip one stitch, Hdc, Hdc, DC, DC, Hdc, Hdc, skip one stitch, sl st into next stitch* repeat form between the * until the end of round ending at a sl st. 
Cut yarn and weave in ends.

And there you have it. Your very own all-in-one washcloth and scrubby. 

Sunflower Variation

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Sunflower Scrubby

To create the sunflower you will need Red Heart Scrubby ALMOND yarn and Bernat cotton PALE YELLOW yarn. 

Follow the pattern above until Round 5. For the last round you will *skip one stitch, Hdc, DC, Tr (picot) DC, Hdc, skip one stitch. sl st into the next * repeat from between the * until the end of the round ending with a sl st. 

The sunflower is my personal favorite. But I love them all. Hope you do too! 

Happy Scrubbing Everyone! 


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