Learn how to make these extra plush crochet face scrubbies in 5 easy steps! This is the perfect sustainable crochet pattern for quarantine 2020! Free pattern.
With all things pandemic happening right now searches for and purchasing of sustainable products have skyrocketed!
People don’t know when they will be able to go to the store and they’re trying to purchase reusable products to replace previously one-time use products.
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I figured with this going on (and Mother’s Day being right around the corner), now is the perfect time to revamp the Crafty Facial Rounds pattern.
I designed and released these beauties a couple summers ago, but I have learned a lot about designing since then and have tweaked the pattern a bit.
I also have finally created a video and PDF that goes with this pattern as well.
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If you sell finished pieces, now would be an excellent time to market these for your customers.
Each crochet face scrubbie can be washed, dried, and reused over and over again.
My favorite thing about the Crafty Facial Rounds is they can remove nearly a whole face of makeup with just warm water! Im all about simple routines and reusable products!
They work up really fast too so if you wanted to make a couple as a “free gift” to include in your orders, that will create a positive experience for your customer, go further at turning them into a return customer AND help you rake in those 5-star reviews.
Everyone loves a shop with over-the-top customer service!
Watch the full video here
Grab the ad-free PDF here
or continue reading for the free online version!
Crafty Facial Rounds 2.0
STITCH KEY (US TERMS)
SC- Single Crochet
INC- Increase (in this case- 2 SC in the same stitch)
SLST- Slip Stitch
* To be repeated
- Magic Circle –Where you create a round of stitches by working over a slipknot. If you are unfamiliar with this technique I will link a good YouTube video for you here.
Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern
Using your Bernat Blanket Yarn and L hook
Row 1: SC 8. Join into the top of the first SC. CH 1- TURN. (8)
Gently pull your tail to close the magic circle.
Row 2: INC in each stitch around. Join into the top of the first SC. CH 1- TURN (16)
Row 3: *INC, SC* around 8 times. Join into the top of the first SC. (24)
Tie off and sew in your tails.
Join cotton yarn as if you turned after row 3. (You should be looking at the backs of row three’s stitches.
With your I 5.5mm crochet hook and cotton yarn,
Tip: I used I love this cotton but Dishie from We Crochet works great too!
Row 4: INC in each stitch around. Join into the top of the first SC. Tie off (48)
Sew in your tails and you’re all done!
HOW SIMPLE WAS THAT?!
The update to the pattern creates a much more flexible finished piece, making these crochet face scrubbies extremely plush to use.
Also by eliminating the crab stitch and just sticking with the SC, it takes less time to crochet the cotton border.
Im all about saving my fellow yarnies time- the faster we can crank these things out the higher our profit margins #AmIRight?!
I hope you guys loved the update and I can’t wait to hear what you guys think about the new version compared to the old!
For those of you who have been with me since April 2018, when the Crafty Facial Rounds 1.0 was released, take a look at this flashback!
This is Ava the day I took the pattern pics! And here she is today, the day Im writing this blog post.
I guess I will be needing to make a few extra sets of crochet face scrubbies since Ava got about 4 different packs of makeup for her birthday. Yall pray for me.
Thank you so much for hanging out with me today! If you have any questions please feel free to reach out. The fastest way to get a hold of me is through Instagram DM’s but you’re welcome to email me too.
Have a fantastic day and happy crocheting!