Fun at the Beach Red Heart Scrubby Washcloth Patterns
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7 Months of Scrubby LIVE Facebook Video:
If you missed the LIVE Facebook video that I did on the 12th on the Marly Bird Facebook page be sure to head over and like the page and sign up for notifications. On the 12th of each month, during the campaign, you can find me LIVE on the Red Heart Facebook page, or my own Facebook page, showing you some of the patterns from the current month.
August’s theme will be Shapes and you aren’t going to want to miss the reveal of the patterns. Head over to the Red Heart Yarns Facebook page now to like and follow them.
7 Months of Scrubby July-Summertime Scrubby Washcloth Patterns:
A sunny (or cloudy) summer day is the perfect time to keep your fingers busy with fun-loving beach-themed Scrubby patterns. Red Heart’s designs give you the opportunity to try all three versions of Red Heart Scrubby – Scrubby Cotton, Scrubby Sparkle and the original Scrubby.
When you think of summertime many thing of the sun and being on the beach. Included this month you will find a pattern for a seashell, starfish, pair of suns, swim trunks, beach ball and flip flops. All are perfect for reminding you of summer throughout the year.
Interested in making the FREE beach ball scrubby pattern? Watch the video tutorial that I put together on my YouTube Channel for full details on how to put the pattern together. There you will also find a Scrubby playlist that includes all of my Scrubby patterns.
7 Months of Scrubby Knit and Crochet Patterns:
Scrubby FREE Patterns:
Red Heart has so many FREE Scrubby cotton patterns to choose from. Not only do they have Scrubby Cotton patterns but they also have Scrubby original and Scrubby Sparkle FREE patterns. One of the great things about the Scrubby line is that you can interchange the yarn types in the Scrubby patterns. (Always be sure to swatch before starting a project. This will ensure that you are getting a gauge similar to the pattern.)