The Seeing Spirals Crochet Face Scrubbies are an adaption of my Seeing Spirals Washcloth. These little face scrubbies work up fast and are a great evening crochet project.
With a small skein of cotton and just an hour you can have a face scrubby for everyday of the week. One 2 ounce skein of cotton yarn will actually make you 14 face scrubbies. You can make up some extras and give them to a friend or add them to a spa themed gift basket.
Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for this crochet face scrubby. You will also find all the materials, stitches, gauge, and sizing information. If you would like all of this in a nicely formatted printable format, you can purchase the Ad-Free Large Print PDF Pattern.
Face Scrubby Labels
If your set of face scrubbies are going to be gifted or even sold at a craft fair, consider printing out the custom labels I made for them. These labels are one of the items on my Printable Resource page available to my newsletter subscribers. Subscribing to my newsletter is free and you can unsubscribe at any time.
There are two sets of printable labels available. One with ‘100% cotton’ and one that just says cotton. I noticed after I made the first set of labels that the Premeir yarn I chose is actually 85% cotton and 15% polyester. Oops.
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Seeing Spirals Crochet Face Scrubbies Materials
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0.15 oz or 8 yds of Size 4 100% Cotton
Stitches and Abbreviations
MC – Magic Circle or Magic Ring
Sc- Single Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Slst – Slip Stitch
R – Row or Round
St(s) – Stitch(es)
These scrubbiest measure 2.5 inches in diameter. I was able to get 14 scrubbies from one skein of yarn.
Crochet Face Scrubbie Video Tutorial
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- Starting with Round 2 you will always be working into the third loop. This can be found by turning the work towards you. There will be a horizontal bar in the middle of the side of the stitch.
- Check out the video tutorial for more help. How to Crochet: Half Double Crochet in the Third Loop
- Use a stitch marker to mark the last stitch of the row you are working on.
- Pattern is written in US terms.
Seeing Spirals Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern
R1: Work 9 Hdc in a MC. (9)
R2: Do not turn or join. *work 2 Hdc in the Third Loop of the next stitch* repeat from *to* a total of 9 times. (18)
(Remember to place your stitch marker on your last stitch and move it each row.)
R3: *Hdc in the third loop of the next St, 2 Hdc in the third loop of the next St* repeat from *to* a total of 9 times. (27)
R4: *Hdc in the Third loop of the next 2 Sts, 2 hdc in the third loop of the next St* repeat from *to* a total of 9 times. (36)
R5: Sc in the next St, Slst into the next St, Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Your Crochet Face Scrubbies is complete and you you can whip up a few more for yourself or use the printable label to wrap them neatly and give them to a friend.
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