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Simple Crochet Scrubby Dishcloth Pattern

By: Devon Copsey from midwesternmoms.com
Updated March 13, 2018
Simple Crochet Scrubby Dishcloth Pattern
Simple Crochet Scrubby Dishcloth Pattern

"Need a simple crochet project? This is a simple dishcloth pattern but it is made with Red Heart Cotton Scrubby Yarn!! So it has extra scrub cleaning power! Since it is cotton, it is easily washed and dried when needed. This pattern uses single crochet stitches and an I Crochet hook. Sit down and complete this easy dishcloth pattern in a day! Perfect pattern for beginner crocheters as well. Make sure to add this dishcloth to your kitchen supplies!"

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I bought a bunch of this yarn last week, and now am wondering what I am going to do with it all. This pattern looks great for using a bunch. I have been using it on the back of my cotton dish cloths, but I think I will try to make some of these. I have not tried to use this yarn by itself, so I am a little nervous about being able to find the stitches.

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