Thursday, May 13, 2010

Tiny Flower Scrubbie




Worsted Weight Cotton yarn and an H hook. Or whatever size you like ;o)

Rnd 1) ch3, 12dc in 3rd ch from hook, sl st to top of first dc, 12dc
Rnd 2) ch2, 2dc in each st around, 24dc
Rnd 3) ch1, * sc in first st, skip next st, 6dc in next st, skip next st, repeat from * around. 6 petals and 6 sc
Fasten off and weave in end.

12 comments:

  1. I need a little project right now that is fast and easy... were you reading my mind??? Hee hee! Thanks for sharing this.
    Sandy

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  2. LOL! You are very welcome. That is the same reason I made them up..some thing fast!

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  3. I just have to tell you I love all your projects. They are so easy to follow and quick to make. Thanks for another great project, perfect timing, out kitchen srubby is falling apart.

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  4. this will be a perfect project for the small bits of leftover cotton i have from all of the discloths i made for christmas!

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  5. I think you have nice patterns. I wanted to sugest something for this pattern to the other people who visit here. I made some similar ones not too long ago, but I used softer finer cotton and my daughter uses them to remove her makeup. I crocheted a little pouch with drawstring to put them in. They make a cute gift.

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    1. With finer cotton, what size crochet hook did you use? This is a great idea!

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  6. i'm so frustrated, the first one i did, turned out close to perfect, i used a G hook for that one. Next i used same pattern, H hook as you suggested, and somehow i ended up with seven petals, help, what could i have done wrong.
    any suggestions

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  7. This is a great pattern. Just what I was looking for to make for a friend of mine. I did make a couple of changes. I used a bulky weight yarn, made 2 of the motifs and joined them 3/4 of the way around to make a pocket for your fingers. Turned out really cool. Thank you for the pattern.

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  8. I liked your idea for a finger pocket, but what/how did you "join" them 3/4 of the way around (at the 4th petal?)....not sure if you actually ended up with 2 flowers stacked on top of eachother with 1 petal open for the finger.....Sorry, but I'm a novice at this but love the idea.
    D. DeByl

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  9. as a newbie, I am lost. At the end of Rnd 1 it says 12dc.does that indicate the number of dc's i should have, or am I supposed to do 12 more dc's when i finish that round?

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    1. Indicates the 12 double crochets that you are supposed to have in the round. :) Very helpful to have in patterns.

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  10. Fast! Easy! Super cute! Thanks for sharing.

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