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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Don't you just love to snuggle with babies? I know I do! Back in 2012, I designed the Bubble Baby Sweater with comfort and warmth in mind. I loved the texture of the stitch used and style of it when using a different color for the sleeves. It reminds me of Leathermen jackets from High School and I think it would be a fun option to do in local school colors for baby photo props. It's a quick and easy project to work up whether it's for your own sweet little one or an opportunity to serve others.
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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
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