[Free Pattern] This 10-Minute Crochet Dish Scrubby Is Amazing!

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Seriously! It only takes 10 minutes to crochet this beauty! 10-Minute Dish Scrubby by Sharon Frazier is a quick and easy dish scrubby pattern, available in two sizes which does an amazing job and dries fast after being washed. Use this pattern to make some scrubbies for your own kitchen or for a housewarming gift.

10-Minute Dish Scrubby – Free Crochet Pattern

Looking for a unique and thoughtful housewarming gift? Why not consider combining the 10 minute crochet scrubby pattern with some homemade cleaning solutions!

Not only are these scrubbers easy to make, they come in two sizes, making them perfect for every task. The small scrubby, measuring 3 ¼” in diameter, is perfect for cleaning delicate dishes or getting into hard-to-reach spots.

For bigger jobs, the large scrubby expands to 4 ½” in diameter, making it ideal for tackling stubborn grime and stains. Pair these handy helpers with some all-natural cleaning solutions for a gift that's sure to be appreciated.


Skill level: Easy
Yarn Weight: Weight 4 –  Worsted
Yarn Brand:  Red Heart Scrubby
Colors: Royal
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)

This dish scrubby crochet pattern is a super easy pattern, and it only takes 10 minutes to make one! Use Red Heart Scrubby Yarn for best results.
10-Minute Crochet Dish Scrubby Free Pattern


Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Between My Fingers

Thanks to Sharon Frazier for the article inspiration and featured image.

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12 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This 10-Minute Crochet Dish Scrubby Is Amazing!”

  1. I didnt know they make “scrubby yarn”! I have made some scrubbies with regular worsted weight that work pretty well for everything except really crusty pots & pans. Been thinking of adding some kind of wire to them for extra scrubbing power, & also have to make sure I rinse them, & put them in a spot where they can dry, after use, or they get slimy. But if theres a scrubby yarn that fixes all these potential issues, I’d like to try it!

    1. Use 2 inch rolls of netting from InsideSandysShop.com. Netting provides the rough surface WITHOUT scratching your pans. Many uses for this stuff! Wish I could leave my email for a conversation with you ! ! But I don’t dare ! !

  2. I love the scrubby yarn, though not great for the novice until they can literally get a ” feel ” for their stitches. I made one like a mitt so I could slip my fingers inside. It works great for cleaning fresh vegetables. Thank you for your pattern.

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