Dishcloth scrubbie are great for cleaning those hard to clean dishes and pots My finished version reminds me of a little flower. You can make the scrubbie yourself but I buy mine at dollar stores – usually in packets of 6 for $1. I find working with the nylon required to make the scrubbies is very hard on my hands.
You will need:
-nylon scrubbie from dollar stores
-4 mm crochet hook
Crochet 30 stitches around the center of the scrubbie.
Rnd 1 – Single crochet into each stitch for the second row. Join the first to last with a slip stitch and chain 2.
Rnd 2 – * sc in next 3 stitches, 2 sc in the next sc * repeat * to * to end, slip stitch to join first to last ch 3,
Rnd 3 – dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, * dc in next 2 sc, 2 dc in next sc * repeat to end, if any stitches remain dc in each one, sl st join last to first
Repeat previous row 4 times (or more if you want a bigger cloth)
The edging is a shell stitch, sl st in next dc * skip 2 dc, 5 dc in next dc, skip 2 dc, sl st in next dc * repeat * to * to end.
A new print version of the pattern has been added. Just click here and then click print button and you can print with or without the image.
If you are going to print the pattern I’d love to hear from you. I don’t guarantee it to be perfect, as I’m not a professional but just someone who wishes to share this pattern with others.
I do not claim this pattern to be absolutely perfect, but those that crochet on a regular basis will be able to figure it out and adjust where necessary. I’m better at doing crochet than writing down a pattern.
Have you seen my triangular dishcloth scrubbie pattern?
I’m sharing with Hookin on Hump Day
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