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Knit Round Scrubbie Pattern from Plarn

Those on the hunt for plarn knitting patterns should stop here!

By: Pat Veretto for
Knit Round Scrubbie Pattern from Plarn
Knit Round Scrubbie Pattern from Plarn
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This knit round scrubbie pattern is made out of plarn! Make new scrubbies for free. This is one of those plarn knitting patterns perfect for the home because you can make as many as you need! Use these scrubbies for pots and pans. Once a scrubbie has reached the end of its life, simply work up a new one. This is a fantastic easy knitting pattern, and once you get the hang of working with plarn, you won't want to stop! Plarn patterns are wonderful for reducing, reusing, and recycling.

From the Designer: "The only thing I can think of that's better than a freebie is a freebie that's disposable. You don't have to feel guilty about tossing a plarn scrubbie when it gets gunky!"

NotesPlarn will stretch if you make it, but it won't rebound like yarn, so it helps to knit loosely. It can be hard on your hands otherwise.

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Materials List

  • Knitting needles, size 8 
  • Large darning needle 
  • Scissors 
  • Ball of plarn


Begin by casting on 8 stitches. 

  1. Row 1: K2, turn, knit to end (2 stitches), turn, k4, turn, knit to end, turn, k6, turn, knit to end, turn, k8. 

  2. Row 2: Knit 

  3. Row 3: Repeat Row 1. 

  4. Repeat rows 2 and 3 approximately ten times, or until the cast on edge and the edge you would bind off meet, creating a circle. 

  5. Bind off loosely and cut plarn, leaving a 12 inch tail. Twist the ends and thread the darning needle with this and sew the two edges together. Using the rest of the plarn, draw the center stitches together, filling in with a cross stitch pattern or however you prefer. Tuck in the ends and you're done. 

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