Poof Puff Crochet Face Scrubbie Pattern

by | Jun 20, 2021 | Crochet Patterns, Patterns | 0 comments

Handmade face scrubbies are a quick and easy project. And whether you knit or crochet them, you’ll love to make and give as gifts. They’re almost infinitely reusable because they are washable. They’re the perfect addition to your eco-friendly skin care routine.

If you make your own fabric softener, they work great for that too!

Poof Puff Crochet Face Scrubbie  Pattern

Required Materials:

  • worsted weight yarn (I used Peaches & Creme Cotton)
  • Crochet hook of appropriate size ( H /8 – 5.00 mm)
  • Scissors (don’t run with them)
  • Yarn needle (or other means of weaving in ends.)

Stitch Definitions and Abbreviations:

  • Ch           Chain
  • Sl St        Slip Stitch
  • Puff        Puff Stitch
  • [    ]         The segment of repeating stitches
  • Rnd        Round

Special Stitches:

Puff Stitch (Puff)

Yarn over, insert hook, yarn over and bring loop through, repeat 3 times. You will have 7 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through all 7 loops. Chain 1.

Note: I’m including the “Chain 1” as part of the Puff for simplicity sake. Traditionally, a Puff Stitch is without the additional chain.

Instructions:

Rnd 1. Making a magic loop, Ch 2 (does not count as a stitch here or throughout) and work Puff 6 times. Sl St in the 2nd stitch of beginning Ch 2 to join Rnd.
(6 Puffs)

Rnd 2. Ch 2, 2 Puff in space between Ch 2 and first Puff of previous Rnd, [Skip 1 Puff, 2 Puff in next space between Puffs] 5 times. Sl St in the 2nd stitch of beginning Ch 2 to join Rnd.
(12 Puff – 6 2 Puff pairs between each Puff of the previous Rnd.)

Rnd 3. Ch 2, 1 Puff in space between Ch 2 and first Puff of previous Rnd, [Skip 1 Puff, 2 Puff in next space between Puffs, Skip 1 Puff, 1 Puff in next space between Puffs ] 5 times. Sl St in the 2nd stitch of beginning Ch 2 to join Rnd.
(18 Puff – 6 2 Puff pairs + 6 single Puffs)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

 

Christy
Christy

Christy R. Hall is the owner of Hand Cramp Crafts and fancies herself to be a String Wrangler, and an all-around fiber phreak. In her free time, she spins yarn (both literally spinning fiber into yarn, as well as, writing), crochets for charity, watches silly cat videos, looks at pictures of Corgis, and plays PC and console games. Her current (ongoing) favorites are Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online.