How to crochet a clementine scrubby is easy. The scrubby is so cute, and is fun in the kitchen or bath. Your family will happily help you clean and scrub when you hand them one of these cuties. The free crochet pattern is below, or you can purchase an ad free pdf at RAVELRY or ETSY.
The journey making scrubbies started last year when I crocheted a lemon dishcloth using cotton dishcloth yarn.
Then my friend asked me if I had ever used Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle yarn. I replied with “No, I don’t think I want to use that.” A few days later the lightbulb came on. After a trip to the store to grab yellow and green scrubby sparkle yarn, lemon scrubbies came off my hook.
I do have a few other scrubby crochet patterns here on the blog.
The Pumpkin Scrubby was designed last fall. The Christmas Tree and Christmas Ornament is a scrubby/dishcloth. They have scrubby elements and dishcloth elements. This past spring the Heart Scrubby and the Shamrock Scrubby came off my hook. I am pretty sure this won’t be the end of my “Scrubby Designing Journey”, as I am having a blast creating them.
Below is a video to help you along on your journey to make Clementine Scrubbies.
Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle Yarn (4)
join w/ = join with
slp sts = Slip Stitch
ch = Chain
sc = Single Crochet
hdc = Half Double Crochet
dc = Double Crochet
sp = Space
dec = Decrease-sc two together
nxt = Next
st = Stitch
* * = Execute sequence between the stars, the number of times stated
x = Times; example Repeat 2 x or 2 times; 3 x or 3 times and so on
Clementine Scrubby Crochet Pattern (4″w x 3″h)
Using orange scrubby yarn, ch3 join in a ring.
I don’t recommend a magic circle for this project as the hole can open up. Here is a video link that demonstrates how to ch3 and join in a ring.
How to ch3 and join in a ring. https://youtu.be/jSkWiEupVUc
ch1, *sc in ring* 7x; drop green and pull up orange at the join w/slp st to beg. sc (7sc)
ch1, 2sc in joining st and in each st around; join w/slp to beg. sc (14 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st; 2sc in nxt; *sc in nxt st, 2sc in nxt st;* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (21 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st & nxt st; 2sc in nxt; *(sc in nxt st) 2x; 2sc in nxt st;* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (28 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st & nxt 2 st’s; 2sc in nxt; *(sc in nxt st)3x; 2sc in nxt st;* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (35 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st and in each st around; join w/slp st to beg. sc (35 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st; sc in nxt 2 st’s, dec; *sc in nxt 3 st’s, dec* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (28 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st; sc in nxt st, dec; *sc in nxt 2 st’s, dec* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (21 sc)
ch1, sc in joining st; dec; *sc in nxt st, dec* 6x; join w/slp st to beg. sc (14 sc)
ch1; *dec;* 7x; join w/slp st to beg dec; end off orange; pull up green as you slp st in the dec st that is opposite the joining st. (7 st’s)
Flatten and shape the clementine by pulling north to south, then east to west.
This round makes the hanging loop.
ch 16; slp st beside the join of round 12. End off and weave in all ends.
Small Leaf For The Clementine Scrubby
Picot st = ch3, slp into 1st ch made
Using green scrubby yarn; ch 5, sc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in nxt 2 ch’s, sc 2x in last ch, picot, sc in last ch 1 more time; you will be working on the back of the ch, dc in nxt 2 ch’s, sc in last ch, slp st in first sc made, end off, use the yarn tail to sew on to the clementine at the stem area.
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