Are you looking for an easy pattern for a dish scrubby? Then this post is for you! This dish scrubber crochet pattern is super easy and quick to make.
This easy crochet project consist of simple stitches and is super quick to make.
This free crochet pattern even includes a video tutorial that is linked below!
Popularity of Crochet Kitchen Scrubbies
Scrubbies are such fun and quick crochet projects! And here may be a few reasons why –
- Easy to Make and Sell at Markets and Craft Fairs – I know when I have done markets in the past, these little scrubbies were a great thing to have to sell as they serve a good purpose and are an inexpensive item to add to your booth. They are super quick and easy, they are even something that you can sit and crochet at your market when it seems slow.
- Reusable – They are more economical than traditional scrubbers or a kitchen sponge because you can just throw them into the dishwasher to clean them and then reuse them for a long time instead of tossing them into the trash.
- Uses Little Yarn – This is a great pattern for scrap yarn . It takes such a small amount of yarn that usually leftover yarn from other projects is all you need to make them.
- Saves Money – Aside from not using that much yarn, which alone makes them inexpensive to make, they will last for a really long time.
- Yarn Variations – Different yarn brands have been expanding their scrubby yarn lines! So we aren’t stuck with just having to use plain cotton yarn to make scrubbies with, we now have quite a few fun scrubby yarns.
These Kitchen Scrubbies that are crocheted with the thermal stitch, are a very popular pattern on my blog ever since I created them a couple years ago.
Find the FREE Pattern for them in THIS POST!
Yarn I Used
I chose a special scrubbie yarn called Lion Brand ‘Stitch, Soak, Scrub’ yarn to make these crochet dish scrubbies with. It is a 100% nylon yarn that has a super scrubby texture and is great for scrubbing pots and pans.
This yarn comes in many different bright colors that will make for some colorful crochet dish scrubbers. This particular yarn actually comes in over 18 different color choices! So there is definitely a color to match any style or personality of kitchen.
They are the perfect addition to your kitchen and will look much better on your kitchen sink than those typical, old sponges that you normally use. Not to mention that they are easier to keep clean too!
To make this a really thick crochet scrubbie, I made 2 separate pieces and crocheted them together using the crab stitch border. I also used a hook size H / 5.00mm to make this dish scrubber pattern.
This is a project that you most definitely do NOT want to use acrylic yarn for. Even if you want to mix in a cotton yarn for these crochet scrubbies, that would work. Like using a strand of cotton yarn along with a strand of scrubby yarn.
A few popular scrubby yarns are
- Yarn Bee Scrubology “Scrub It’ Yarn
- Red Heart Scrubby Yarn
- Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle
- Lily Sugar & Cream Scrub Off (it’s a blend of scrubby and cotton yarn on one skien)
Check out Some of my Other Patterns!
- Kitchen Scrubbies
- Modern Round Potholder
- Double Thick Potholder
- Pineapple Scrubby
- Watermelon Scrubby
- Bean Stitch Tutorial
- Star Stitch Tutorial
Are you a visual learner? Then you can watch the video tutorial below for this dish scrubber crochet pattern!
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Dish Scrubby Pattern
All crochet terms are US terms.
Skill Level – Beginner
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Things you will need:
- Lion Brand Stitch Soak Scrub Yarn. Shown in colors cabbage, cyber yellow, cabaret and plum.
- H / 5.00 mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle / Tapestry Needle
- Each finished scrubby is approx. 3.75” across.
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- dc = double crochet stitch
- tr = treble crochet
- mc = magic circle / magic ring
- ch = chain
- t = turn
- sk = skip
- sp = space
- sl st = slip stitches
- st = stitch (es)
- Edge border is created with the crab stitch, check out the VIDEO Tutorial
- Other notes will be included throughout the pattern as needed.
Round 1: work 10 dc in a mc, sl st into 1st st to join (10)
Round 2: ch 2, 2 dc in each st around, sl st into 1st st to join (20)
Round 3: ch 2, * dc, 2 dc* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (30)
Cut yarn on the first circle, but not the next one.
Line the 2 circles up back to back
ch 1, work a single crochet stitch in each stitch BUT you will go in reverse (to the right) instead of to the left. Make sure that you go through both set of loops on each circle
Slip stitch into the the beginning first chain.
If you don’t want to do the reverse single crochet around, I personally like the edge that it gives these scrubbies, you could easily just chain 1 and work regular single crochet around the edges instead.
Cut yarn and weave in all ends.
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