Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby

Thick  Quick Bumpy Scrubby
Thick Quick Bumpy Scrubby

Work up this Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby in 30 minutes or less. That's all the time you need to make this crochet dishcloth or facecloth. You'll use two strands of worsted weight yarn to make this scrubby, which you can use the same day that you make it or give it as a housewarming gift on the same day you make it. You can make quite a few if you've got a few hours to kill on a train or plane or during a road trip.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished Size6 in. x 6.5 in.

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You will have to make a lot of these. If you give them as gifts there will be a request for more and if you use them for yourself you will always want extras. Being such an easy project that will not be a problem at all. I love these colors. Using two strands is what gives that affect.

These are great. They do not take a long time to make and they can be used in the kitchen or for personal use. I love the way the designer created a label to wrap around the bumpy scrubby. The crochet edging really makes all the difference with the construction of the scrubby.

Good idea. These Thick Quick Bumpy Scrubby cloths are perfect for the face, too. Just use the softer yarns to protect your delicate face. Perfect too as gifts to the queen of the house, as housewarming gift, mother' day gift. Do it in colors that the recipient will love.

I can personally attest to how well these scrubbies work on most dishes. Using two strands of the cotton yarn really helps get the dishes clean, but I still have to use a nylon scrubby on stubborn patches. I think the next time I make one of these, Im going to swap out one of the cotton yarns for a specialty scrubby one instead. Theoretically, I should get the absorption of the cotton with the power of the nylon scrubby.

I like this pattern it's simple and quick yet the completed work looks intricate. I liked how the designer gave examples for use as a dishcloth or face towel. I am going try making these but wider and longer and in a sport, light, or even sock yarn and use them as hand towels for my bathroom. I might even try a fine or super fine yarn to see how it looks. My husband says I am too picky and that is why I cannot find the hand towels, face towels, or dishtowels I like in stores or online so why not just make them myself.


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