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Crochet Bubbly Scrubbie for Mommy and Baby!

Updated on February 23, 2012
Here's the scrub...
Here's the scrub...
And here's the handle...
And here's the handle...

Original Design by Moira Durano-Abesmo

Copyright © February 2012. All Rights Reserved

Are you planning to crochet a gift for a baby shower, Christening, or baby birthday? Or are you just looking for a pattern to crochet for yourself and your little one? These crocheted bath scrubs are just P-E-R-F-E-C-T!

The scrub is worked in Crabline Stitch Pattern, while the handle is ribbed. This project takes about an hour or two to finish depending on how fast you crochet. And the best part is, it only requires one skein of Red Heart Yarn!

Before anything else, I'd like to thank my yarn sponsor.

My Ravelry friend Mimi Alelis (a very talented crochet designer as well) sent me some crochet yarn after I got affected by a huge flood. It was so nice of her. The yarn I used here belongs to what she sent.

Skills Required:

  • Working in rows
  • Reverse single crochet or crab stitch
  • Sc around post

Materials:

  • one skein Red Heart Handknitting and Crochet Yarn
  • #6 aluminum hook
  • optional - 1 or 2 stitch markers

Abbreviations:

  • ch - chain
  • sk - skip
  • sc - single crochet
  • rsc - reverse single crochet (special stitch)

How to Crochet Rsc?

Close up on the scrub...
Close up on the scrub...
...and the back of the scrub.
...and the back of the scrub.

CROCHET PATTERN

//Pattern Begins//

Mommy Scrub

This will make the scrub.

Foundation Chain: Ch 15, turn.

Row 1: Sk 1 ch, 14 sc, ch 1, DO NOT TURN

Row 2: 14 rsc, ch 1, TURN.

Row 3: 14 sc around post, ch 1, DO NOT TURN.

Repeat Row 2 - 3 11x.

Now for the handle.

Sl st 5 sc, ch 1.

Row 1: 6 sc beginning with the last slip stitched sc, ch 1, TURN.

Row 2: 6 sc in the back loop, ch 1, TURN.

Repeat Row 2 12x.

Sl st to adjacent Foundation Chain to form handle.

Fasten off.

Baby Scrub

This will make the scrub.

Foundation Chain: Ch 10, turn.

Row 1: Sk 1 ch, 9 sc, ch 1, DO NOT TURN

Row 2: 9 rsc, ch 1, TURN.

Row 3: 9 sc around post, ch 1, DO NOT TURN.

Repeat Row 2 - 3 7x.

Now for the handle.

Sl st 3 sc, ch 1.

Row 1: 5 sc beginning with the last slip stitched sc, ch 1, TURN.

Row 2: 5 sc in the back loop, ch 1, TURN.

Repeat Row 2 5x.

Sl st to adjacent Foundation Chain to form handle.

Fasten off.

More Photos

From above...
From above...
Look at that handle..
Look at that handle..
Don't forget the scrub..
Don't forget the scrub..

I LOVE COMMENTS!

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      Moira Durano-Abesmo 5 years ago from Sagay, Camiguin, Philippines

      Thanks for the info, Imeng. I don't know that info. ",)

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      imeng 5 years ago

      Moira, red heart yarns are usually acrylic :) i think, 100% acrylic

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      Moira Durano-Abesmo 5 years ago from Sagay, Camiguin, Philippines

      @Sonja: I wish I could understand what you're asking. I know nothing about yarns that much, this one was only given to me after I got affected with a HUGE flood (that killed thousands of people).

      I'll ask Mimi about it but she's not online because of the bad weather, too.

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      Sonja 5 years ago

      Please what is the yarn content that you used?

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      Sara Duggan 5 years ago from California

      I love this one @MoiraCrochets - I'll have to complete this over the weekend. I've been crocheting flowers lately and one of your 3-D flowers is on my "to do" list. I'm not sure I'll make it in plarn though - we'll see.

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      Moira Durano-Abesmo 5 years ago from Sagay, Camiguin, Philippines

      Thank you, Mimi. This is the first one I made with your yarn. Thanks a lot!

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      mimi 5 years ago

      Its a very nice design, I like your crab line pattern stitch! So glad you were able to use the yarn :)