Pear Kitchen Scrubby

Pear Kitchen Scrubby

Pear Kitchen Scrubby
Pear Kitchen Scrubby

"This pear kitchen scrubby is a fun and easy project. Make two identical pears in cotton yarn and scrub yarn, and a stem. Slip stitch pear halves together and attach stem. A simple addition to brighten your kitchen! Handmade kitchen scrubbers are economical, and environmentally friendly too. Easy to care for, simply throw in the laundry or even run it through the dishwasher to keep it fresh weekly. The finished pear is the perfect size to fit in the palm of your hand when washing dishes. The cute and whimsical design makes it attractive enough to leave right out on the counter!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugen/a

Finished Size4.75" tall and 3" across

Materials List

  • Hobby Lobby Yarn Bee Scrub-Ology in Green
  • Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn Cotton in Pistache
  • Caron Simply Soft Party in Chocolate Sparkle
  • Tapestry Needle

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Fruit shapes seem to go so naturally with kitchen dcor. This scrubby actually reminded me of those painted plaster shapes (pear, apple, plum, etc) that seemed to be in every kitchen in the 1950s. I can remember contributing a few Brownie Scout projects to my moms kitchen. This simple project uses a minimum amount of Scrubby yarn so these would be great for bazaar sales, too.

How cute is this?! What a great craft fair item that can be made on the cheap for you, to maximize your earnings! I'm guessing you could make 6 of these with the same 2 balls of yarn. You make one side cotton and the other side the scrubby yarn. I appreciate the story behind the pear obsession, too. Apples are a great one to make to go along side the pears. Perhaps, make a set and tie it up with twine and there you have it- a unique handmade gift.

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