Easy Peasy Crochet Scrubby Pattern


Easy Peasy Crochet Scrubby Pattern

Easy Peasy Crochet Scrubby Pattern
Easy Peasy Crochet Scrubby Pattern

The Easy Peasy Crochet Scrubby Pattern is the perfect beginner crochet pattern to practice half double crochet stitches. Use the completed crochet dishcloth for washing dishes or as a washcloth. The finished project is machine washable for easy cleaning, and it dries super quickly.

For more great crochet dishcloth patterns, check out our collection of Crochet Scrubbies: 20 Must Make Crochet Dishcloth Patterns!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge13 hdc = 4” [10 cm]; 12 rows = 4” [10 cm] in half double crochet

Finished Size8 inches square

Materials List

  • RED HEART® Scrubby: 1 ball 905 Cherry OR 709 Bubblegum
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 5.5mm [US I-9]
  • Yarn needle



  1. Ch 27.

  2. Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each chain across – 26 sts.

  3. Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as hdc here and throughout), turn, hdc in each st across. Repeat Row 2 until Dishcloth measures 8” [20.5 cm]. Fasten off. 


Weave in ends. 

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These Easy Peaasy scrubbies are easy to make. You just need boucle yarn for this. Simple boucle yarn. I found out that there are also bulky and thin boucle yarn but i like the bulky one especially the printed kind. Scrubby good for cleaning and scrubbing..

It's nice to make these colorful scrubbies, the problem is in the place where I live, there are no scrubbies for sale. Just ordinary crochet yarn so no in the meantime forget the scrubbies.

This dish cloth scrubby looks really easy to make. I recently bought a bunch of this yarn and have been looking for patterns to use. This looks so easy, and I am always looking for the easiest patterns, because they also work up the quickest. There are so many color options, I will be able to make so many of these in whatever color I want.

I recently bought some Scrubby Cotton Yarn from Joann's when they had a really good sale. I brought all of this yarn home, and then I had no idea what I was going to make with it. When I found this pattern, I decided to try to make some dishcloths. These are the best dishcloths that I have made yet. I love the feel of them. They are perfect for the kitchen. I haven't been crocheting very long, so the texture of this yarn took some time to handle, but it was so worth it!

I love the scrubby yarn that is sold by Red Heart. I have to admit, I have not used it for a scrubby item yet. I love the texture and I have used the yarn for other projects. I guess now is the perfect time to actually use it to make a scrubby to use in the kitchen, lol.

Her color choices are so bright and cheery! I still haven't experimented with the Red Heart Scrubby yarn, but I see it at Michaels all the time. It comes in quite an array of pretty colors, both bright, pastel, and muted if that is more to your liking. I like making the little loop on one of the corners, so I can hang them up to dry.

Any and every home maker could use at least one of these. This is a true beginner project. Once completed you will have something that will be used and also fill you with the pride that you make it with your own hands.

Even though I am an experienced crocheter, I still love making projects worked with beginner patterns. They are always so fun and whimsical and allows you to practice some of the more basic stitches that I have long moved on from. Good idea to also have a few quick gifts handy just in case.

I buy this type of yarn at my local Walmart. I have made this pattern several times it's easy and turns out great

Does one skein make one dishcloth?

Whoops! Never mind, I see that yes indeed, it does!

This looks like a pattern I could actually make! I am a beginner at crochet and though I like it, I get discouraged easily with it. I see that the pattern calls for a yarn called Scrubby. I don't think I've seen this at my Joann store or Walmart. Does anyone know where I might find this type of yarn? I don't mind ordering online at a Mary Maxim type of website.


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