Fish Scrubbie Crochet Washcloths


Fish Scrubbie Crochet Washcloths

Go fishing with these cute fish-shaped cotton washcloths for yourself, or use them for a fun summer housewarming gift! Made in 100% cotton yarn, these beauties can be used for dishes, or for personal use. You can also switch it up and use them as coaster or trivets on a summer table.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I have four little grand kids. They are pretty good at wanting to take a bath. But I think these would make it even better. And I can make each one a different color fish so there won't be any fighting. These are just perfect to stick in their Christmas stockings too!

Now this is taking the wash cloth to a higher level. Fish Scrubbie Crochet Washcloth is a brilliant design and possible color combinations are endless. These cute fish washcloths would be great to use for kids bath time especially if they dont particularly like to take a bath. Now bath time is fun!

These scrubbies are nicely thick and easy to work up. I love the colorful scale pattern, and at 6-7 inches, they are just the right size for dishes--or worked up in cotton--even little faces. Ive made other fishy scrubs but they were open at the tail so you could put your hand (or a bar of soap) inside. I think I like these even better.

These washcloths are adorable and I will be making them. However, my bathroom walls are bare and these washcloths would look awesome on he walls.

These little washcloths are awesome. They will definitely brighten up my bathroom and make bath time more fun for the kiddos. Such a great idea for this summer to change up the bathroom dcor. These are too cute for words. Easy to understand pattern and the project works up quickly.

WOW! These are so cute I must get to the store right now and buy the pastel blues and pinks. Currently, I checked my stash and I do have white, yellow, lime green. I have been stressed lately, and these look like just the thing for me to relax and unwind.

I am going to try to make a pair of these this weekend for a housewarming gift. Using the idea of Donna, below, I plan to use scrubby yarn for the colored scales of my fishies. Can't wait to see how they come out!

Have you thought about using the new Scrubby yarn for your scrubby? I think it would work. You could probably mix the scrubby w/ cotton if you thought all Scrubby yarn might be too much.

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auntboris35 We are sorry that you experienced problems with the link. It appears to be working, so perhaps it was a temporary internet issue. We suggest that you try it again to get the pattern. Happy crocheting! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

Tonight my Firefox web browser keeps freezing over a script when I try to buy the pattern. I think it is the Paypal page on Craftsy. I can take the directions off of your blog instead. Too bad about the script problem. I lost 5 minutes trying to get control of my computer back.


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