Summer Spiral Scrubby Crochet Pattern

Summer Spiral Scrubber a free crochet pattern by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

If you have read the blog post about my Dual Duty Scrubber here,  you know that I am in the process of making our household more dish cloths.  Instead of going out to purchase them I decided to make them (what is a better excuse to buy yarn!).

Of course, as a designer I couldn’t just stick to one pattern.  I had to get creative.  I had this idea of using the two different textures of yarn that I used in the Dual Duty in a spiraling pattern.  To create this unique pattern and texture you work each yarn for only a portion of a round, switching back and forth between the yarns you are using.  By switching back and forth between the yarns you create the spiraling pattern.

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Summer Spiral Scrubber a free crochet pattern by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

A pretty fun pattern to make as you watch the colors and texture start swirling.  Hopefully this will add a little bit of joy to washing dishes also.

Double Duty Scrubber Free Crochet Pattern by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

If you would like to see more about the Dual Duty Scrubber pattern click HERE.

Waffle Scrubber a free crochet pattern by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

If you would like to see more about the Waffle Scrubby click HERE.

Get the printable PDF version of the pattern (without ads) HERE or all three scrubby patterns HERE

Free Crochet Patterns for Dish Cloth Trio by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

Also, click HERE to read about our trio of dish cloths also using Red Heart Scrubby yarn.

Summer Spiral Scrubby Crochet Pattern

By City Farmhouse Studio

Red Heart Scrubby – Candy – 1 skein – (find it here)

Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – Rose  – 1 skein – (find it here)

Crochet Hook:   H 8(5.00MM)

Dish cloth measures 5 ½ ” dia.

Summer Spiral Scrubby a free pattern by www.CityFarmhouseStudio.com

1) With solid yarn:  Ch 5.  Sl st in 1st ch to form loop.

Ch 2 (counts as 1st dc).  Dc 9 in loop.  Make a large loop to hold stitch and remove hook to change to other yarn (repeat this for each yarn change).

2) With textured yarn:  Create a slip knot on hook.  Sl st into beginning ch loop.  Ch 2 (counts as a dc).  3 dc in beginning loop.

In the top of the first dc of solid yarn 2dc with the textured yarn.   2dc in each of the next 7 sts.

3) With solid yarn:  2dc in next 7 st of textured yarn.  *Dc, 2dc in next st.*  Repeat 3 more times.

4) With textured yarn:  2dc in next 3 st of solid yarn.  *Dc, 2dc in next st.*  Repeat 6 more times. 

5) With solid yarn:  *Dc, 2dc in next st.*  Repeat 3 more times.

6) With textured yarn:  *2dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts.*  Repeat 7 more times.

7) With solid yarn:  *2dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts.*  Repeat 6 more times.  *2dc in next st, dc in next 3 sts.*  Repeat 6 more times.

8) With textured yarn:  *2dc in next st, dc in next 3 sts.*  Repeat 6 more times.  Sc 3, sl st 1.  Bind off.

9) With solid yarn:  *2dc in next st, dc in next 3 sts.*  Repeat 2 more times.  Sc 3, sl st 1.  Bind off.

Weave in ends.

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5 Replies to “Summer Spiral Scrubby Crochet Pattern”

    1. Hi Kimberly, Thank you for letting me know. I have sent you an email to the address you provided. Hopefully it helps, but please let me know if you have any further questions.

        1. For the second round I am guessing that she was referring to the step:

          2) With textured yarn: Create a slip knot on hook. Sl st into beginning ch loop. Ch 2 (counts as a dc). 3 dc in beginning loop.

          In the top of the first dc of solid yarn 2dc with the textured yarn. 2dc in each of the next 7 sts.

          If you look at the image of the scrubby flat you can see in the center there is half that is the solid yarn (started in the 1st step), and this step starts the section of the textured portion.

          First remove your hook from the solid yarn you were using, but leave a large enough loop to come back to it and work more.

          With a slip knot on your hook, sl st around the beginning chain portion that created the center circle you were just working double chains around. Chain 2 to create the first double crochet of the textured yarn. Then, double crochet 3 more around that beginng loop.

          For the next step you work 2 double crochets in each of the following 8 solid yarn stitches. This begins the spiral of the textured yarn around the solid yarn from step 1.

          You continue on with the pattern to work a portion of the solid yarn around the textured you created in this step, then the textured around that, and so on for each round.

  1. Yep, proud to be the inspiration behind this set of scrubby designs. They are fun and pretty cool! Our girls love them!!

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