If you have been following along you know that I have been revealing the new scrubby patterns each month for the 7 Months of Scrubby Campaign. We are approaching the last month and today I will share with you how to make the Snowman in a Square Sparkle Scrubby Snowman Washcloth.
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About the Pattern:
This pattern was designed by Michele Wilcox. If you have been following along with the 7 Months of Scrubby you will have seen many of her new Scrubby patterns. She chose to use Scrubby Sparkle to make this cute Snowman Washcloth.
The final month in the 7 Months of Scrubby Campaign is all about the Holidays. A snowman is the perfect addition to this theme. You can make this, and the other, patterns quickly and get them ready for your holiday gifts. Paired with some hand lotion or soap this Snowman pattern would make the perfect gift.
About Scrubby Sparkle:
Scrubby sparkle is another yarn in the Scrubby family. If you haven’t used this yarn before now is a great time to try it out. Read a full review of the yarn in my Scrubby Sparkle blog post.
Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle comes in TEN beautiful colors. You can combine them in so many ways or use them singly to make the perfect accessory for your home. Since this yarn is 100% polyester it is less likely then cotton to sour when used as a dishcloth. I am sure you all know what I am talking about. After some time your cotton dishcloths start to get a smell but with Scrubby yarn by Red Heart the chances of this happening are reduced, eventually you will need to replace them though.
Snowman Washcloth Materials:
- RED HEART® Scrubby Sparkle™: 1 ball each 8506 Icepop A, 8001 Marshmallow B, 8260 Orange C, and 8012 Licorice D Note: Only small quantities of C and D are needed for this project.
- Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 5mm [US H-8]
- Yarn needle
- Download the FREE pattern
Snowman Washcloth Tutorial: