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Free Crochet Pattern: Flower Scrubbie

I haven't posted anything in a long time but I'm finally back with a simple flower scrubbie. It's a mere three rounds, requires little counting, and takes about ten minutes to make. You can make a bunch in a single sitting, making them perfect for Croflixing (Crochet+Netflix). They're also versatile-- I've been using mine as face scrubbies but they would be just as good in the kitchen. 

I included some round-by-round photos to help with construction. It's such an easy, straightforward pattern it probably doesn't need a photo tutorial but now it's got one anyway. I've been working on better photos and hope to eventually take good photos myself.  I don't know if I'm improved much but I certainly have been having fun. 

But enough about photos. Let get right into the pattern. 

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Ch: Chain
Sl st: Slip stitch
Dc: Double crochet
Shell: 5 dc in the same st
Sk: Skip 

  • J/6mm crochet hook
  • 10 yards worsted weight cotton yarn (I used Peaches & Cream in Happy Go Lucky)
  • Yarn needle 
Finished size: 4" across

Gauge: First 2 rounds measure 2.75" across
(Gauge isn't critical. I do tend to crochet a little bit tight so if you're a looser crocheter, try going down a hook size. 

Round 1: Ch 3, dc 12 in 3rd ch from hook, sl st to 1st dc to close round. (12)

Round 2: Ch 2, 2dc in each st around, sl st to 1st dc to close round. (24)

Round 3: *Ch 1, sk st, shell in next st, ch 1, sk st, sl st in next st* repeat around, ending with a sl st in the last stitch. (6 shells)

Fasten off. Weave in ends. 

Be warned: they do have a tendency to multiply. 

If you need any help with the pattern (or notice an error) leave me a comment below or contact me through my Facebook Page HERE  and I'll be happy to help you. 

As always, thanks for reading. Now go out and make something! 

Copyright 2018. Do not reproduce this pattern, in whole or in part. To share this pattern, link back to this page. You may sell items you make with this pattern but I ask that you credit me as the designer. I work hard to develop my patterns and I ask that you respect that.


  1. I really don't know what I'm doing wrong but... I've tried redoing this pattern three times, count my round to 24 stitches, but I keep ending up with 8 shells, not 6... idk what I'm doing wrong but I'm repeating the shell around as directed.. idk...

    1. Hi! After reading your comment and looking over the pattern, I realized that it was an error on my part. One of the "sk st" from round 3 was missing. (What can I say? I'm only human!). Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :) I'm sorry for the inconvenience but wish you smooth sailing from here on out.

  2. Hi Maria, i must not be read your pattern correctly as mine came out perfect first time, or maybe cos im old, thank you for that fabulous flower i have used it on a jumper i croched for my friend, please don`t tell her its a scubbie, thank you again xx


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