These scrubbies are made using the thermal stitch and I love the results it makes. These dish scrubbies were made using the thermal stitch. There are two versions of the scrubbies. There is one pattern with a bumpy texture on one side and I did one with a bumpy texture on both sides. IF you are new to the thermal stitch, the blog post does link to a YouTube tutorial on how to do this stitch.
This Thick and Bumpy Potholder is bumpy with puff stitches on one side, and ribbed on the other. It is super thick and has a really nice texture. The best part - you only need 1 ball of yarn to make the whole thing!
This is a Thermal (Half Double Crochet Stitch) Potholder. This Thermal Stitch is a variation of the stitch I used in my Extra Thick Potholder. It’s also a Half Double Crochet Thermal but with a slight change which creates a different texture. You can see the lines between the rows are more prominent whereas the Extra Thick Potholder does not have them. Free written pattern and a video demonstration on how to crochet this stich is available on my website.
If you have a busy kitchen, you probably go through several dish cloths a week. To save some money, consider crocheting your own Durable Dish Cloths. This free crochet pattern is a quick work up and the perfect addition to any kitchen. They would look fabulous in seasonal colors or matching any of your other kitchen decor. Using an acrylic yarn or any other textured yarn will insure that your dish clothes are optimal scrubbing machines. These would make a great housewarming or wedding gift for a couple with a brand new home. Learning how to make crochet dishcloth patterns can save you a ton of time in the long-run. Avoid buying new dishcloths every 6 months to a year by creating your own with free crochet patterns. This simple pattern is a great place to start!
Based on a quilter’s block pattern, create a colorful dish scrubby that combines cotton and textured yarn for a multi purpose cleaning. Each dish scrubby consists of 4 motifs that are joined together to create a quilt-like block pattern. The four motifs are fun to rearrange to create a multiple of block patterns. Step by step YouTube video available. Dish cloth is 5 ¾” x 5 ¾” and calls for one skein of Red Heart Scrubby and Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie yarn.
Work up this Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby in 30 minutes or less. That's all the time you need to make this crochet dishcloth or facecloth. You'll use two strands of worsted weight yarn to make this scrubby, which you can use the same day that you make it or give it as a housewarming gift on the same day you make it. You can make quite a few if you've got a few hours to kill on a train or plane or during a road trip.