With just 60-80 yards of your favorite cotton yarn and a few simple crochet stitches, you can whip one of these scrubbies up in a jiffy!
A fun option for this project is to add a few to a small basket with some bath products to give as gifts to friends and family. You could even add a small bar of soap to the scrubbie prior to completing it so it's already to go!
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Braided Cable Tutorial for the
In 2017, I designed the Braided Cable Block Collection for my nephew which included a Throw, Bolster pillow, Square pillow and Rectangle pillow. It was beautiful and he and his new wife absolutely loved it. The only thing that I didn't like about it was the ridges on the wrong side of the work that you get when working post stitches. I wanted a solution but I knew that it wouldn't be easy to explain in terms that everyone can understand.
I hope that you will try something new if you haven't worked cables before. The Braided Cable is probably the simplest cable to work and once you get the hang of them, they're addicting!
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Skill Level: Easy
~350-400 yrds 4ww yarn such as Caron Simply Soft, Red Heart Soft or Deborah Norville Everyday yarn. Other yarns may be substituted though your end size results may vary.
~Size G and Size J crochet hooks
~4 (7/8") Buttons
~needle and matching thread
Finished Size: 0-6 months (19.5" chest) Remember - this is a sweater so it's meant to fit well over other clothing
Gauge: With J hook 14 sc & 14 rows = 4"
st(s) - stitches, sl st - slip stitch, ch - chain, yo - yarn over,
sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet, tr - treble crochet
Hdc Foundation Chain: If you're unfamiliar with how to work foundation chains, this photo tutorial here on my blog may help
Loop: (sc, ch 2, sc) in same stitch
Single Crochet 2 Together (sc2tog): [Insert hook into next st and draw up a loop]2x, yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook
Half Double Crochet 2 Together (hdc2tog): [Yarn over and insert hook into next st and draw up a loop]2x, yarn over and draw through all 5 loops on hook
- This is worked from the neck to the bottom of the jacket. Keep this in mind when changing colors
- Ch-3 spaces are used as button holes
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I'm Kate and crochet is my passion. I've been crocheting for 30+ years and as you can see from the selection of designs on my site, blankets are my obsession. I absolutely love creating something that will wrap my love around friends and family when they're in need of comfort.
Having 4 beautiful girls of my own has also inspired many infant, toddler and child size dresses. They are my biggest cheerleaders and have enjoyed wearing the things I've made them.
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