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Fish Scrubbie

By: Kerri Brown from kerriscrochet.com
Fish Scrubbie
Fish Scrubbie

"Here's a fish scrubby pattern that's 7" x 3" (17cm x 8cm). There's also a video tutorial on my Youtube channel. I’ve used 4 ply cotton and a 1.25mm crochet hook but you can use different sizes depending on what you’re most comfortable with. Blue, black, yellow and a very small amount of white 4 ply crochet cotton. (Cotton would be better than synthetic) A crochet hook, I used a 1.25mm hook. Scissors. A darning needle to weave in ends. Sewing thread and a needle to stitch the body fin and eye onto the fish. 2 x 6g scouring pads (about 2” or 5cm across)."

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Crochet Hook10 or 1.3 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size7" x 3" (17cm x 8cm)

Materials List

  • I used blue, black, yellow and a very small amount of white 4 ply crochet cotton. (Cotton would be better than synthetic)
  • A crochet hook, I used a 1.25mm hook.
  • Scissors.
  • A darning needle to weave in ends.
  • Sewing thread and a needle to stitch the body fin and eye onto the fish.
  • 2 x 6g scouring pads (about 2” or 5cm across).
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I have another Fish Scrubbie pattern, but I like this one much better especially if you want to use it for kids. This one looks like Dory, but you could make it any color youd like. The designer provides an embedded tutorial video, but be warned that its long. You can accomplish the same thing by following the photo tutorial also included in the post. No tricky stitches involved with this one.

This is such a cute little fish scrubbie! There are so many different colors you could make this, and it would fit with any kitchen or bathroom. Do you think this would be a better fit in the kitchen or bathroom? I think if you made this for a kid to use in the tub, it would ensure they got clean, which is always a good thing.

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