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Crochet Frilly Scrubbie

Crochet Frilly Scrubbies are the perfect addition to your kitchen or bathroom! Not only are they super cute and trendy, but they're also incredibly practical for cleaning dishes or scrubbing surfaces. The frilly design adds a touch of charm and elegance to your home decor while being highly functional. These handmade scrubbies make a delightful gift for friends and loved ones, showcasing your thoughtfulness and creativity. Whether you're a seasoned crocheter or a beginner looking for a fun project, making these scrubbies is a rewarding and enjoyable experience. So grab your yarn, needles, and let's get crocheting some adorable frilly scrubbers to brighten up your space!

J hook
worsted weight acrylic yarn( not much!)

hdbl= half double
rnd= round
sl st= slip stitch

Some things to know;

When you count your stitches, the chain at the beginning of each round is not to be counted.
Just ignore it.

You will not turn your work. Ever.....

chain 3...leave a length of yarn long enoughto crochet a tie.
rnd 1 :8 hdbl crochet in 3rd chain from hook, joinat this point pull on your yarn end to tighten.
rnd 2: ch 2, 2 hdbl crochet in each stitch, join with sl st in first hdbl crochet. (16 hdbl crochet)
rnd 3 :ch 2, 2 hdbl crochet in each stitch, join with sl st in first hdbl crochet (32 hdbl crochet)
rnd 4 :ch 2, 2 dbl crochet in each stitch,join with sl st in front loop only of first dbl crochet. (64 hdbl crochet)
rnd 5: *ch 1, sl st in front loop of next dbl crochet,repeat from * around;slip stitch in the back loop of the first dbl crochet of this round.
rnd 6: *ch 1, sl st in back loop of next dbl crochet,repeat from * around, sl st together, exactly where is up to you. What ever looks best.
Cut leaving a long enough end to crochet a chain to hang this with.
You will tie it together with the chain that will be made from the beginning of your scrubbie.
Feed the yarn back to the middle.
I chained 15 and ended off. Tie together.You of course, if you don't care to hang your scrubbie to dry, can just hide the ends.

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