Coral Blossoms Face Scrubbies by Dianne Hunt

Coral Blossoms Face Scrubbies

Crochet
March 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
3.75"
US
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I love face scrubbies! They are reusable and soft on your face. They also work really well with your favorite facial cleanser.

These Coral Blossoms Face Scrubbies look a bit like corals or sand dollars of the sea, hence the name (the color of the yarn is also Coral). They work up fairly quickly and will yield about 8-10 scrubbies making them great craft fair products or even products for local artisan shops.

Materials

  • Yarn: Red Heart Scrubbie Smoothie, #4, worsted weight, 153 yards, 100% cotton. Color Coral, 1 skein used
  • Hook: H/5mm hook
  • Notions: Stitch Marker. Needle for weaving in ends.

Finished Size

  • Approximately 3.75”

  • One skein will yield about 8-10 face scrubbies

Gauge - not really important for this project

Stitch Abbreviation
Ch - chain; st(s) - stitches; ea - each; hdc - half double crochet; sc - single crochet; BLO - back loop only; MC - magic circle

Special Stitches
Magic Circle - see video tutorial from Cre8tion Crochet

4dc Bobble Stitch - YO, insert hook into st and pull up loop, YO, pull hook through two loops (2 loops on hook), YO, insert hook into same st and pull up loop, YO, pull hook through two loops (3 loops on hook), YO, insert hook into same st and pull up loop, YO, pull hook through two loops (4 loops on hook), YO, insert hook into same st and pull up loop, YO, pull hook through two loops (5 loops on hook), YO, pull through all loops on hook. 1 4dc Bobble Stitch completed.  *Note:** Moogly has a great tutorial (here on YouTube) for a Bobble Stitch that uses 5dc, you can see the video to learn the stitch if you’re a visual learner but use 4dc, instead of 5dc, for this design.*

Experience Level
Experienced Beginner

Pattern Notes

  • Ch1 does not equal a stitch. The first stitch(es), after the ch1, will be placed in the same stitch as the ch1.

  • Round 3 requires turning; please pay attention to the instructions.

  • Final stitch count of each round will be in <> brackets

  • The 4dc Bobble Stitch is written as Bobble Stitch. Side Note on the Bobble Stitch: If you are comfortable using a 5dc Bobble Stitch and want to use that, you can. All that will happen is your Bobble Stitch will be fuller in size but it won’t change the stitch count of the pattern.

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