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How to Crochet Flower Face Scrubbies

Updated: Jun 21, 2022


crochet flower face scrubbies


Discover how to crochet an amazing flower face scrubby with this free pattern from Sarah Goss. We’ve included some top tips to help you create the perfect crochet face scrubbies. You can also watch on the Crafty Llama YouTube channel for a handy video tutorial.


Pattern: Flower Face Scrubby by Sarah Goss

Yarn: Paintbox DK Cotton, any cotton or cotton bamboo blend will work

Other accessories used: darning needle, scissors, and stitch markers


Flower Face Scrubby Crochet Pattern

These face scrubbies are crocheted in the round which means you will only need to weave in two ends. Starting with a magic ring/circle, you’ll create a cinched starting point and won’t have a hole in the middle of your face scrubby. Our YouTube channel features a video tutorial with three different methods for creating a magic ring.


The flower face scrubby pattern is made out of three simple rounds, using basic crochet stitches to create the flower effect. As the face scrubbies are fairly straight forward in shape, this pattern is an ideal learning project for anyone new to working in the round. Several different types of stitch are used throughout the project; the puff stitch, chain stitches, double crochet, and slip stitch. The puff stitch is the most advanced stitch used, which is essentially a combination of yarn overs and pulling up loops.


flower face scrubby crochet pattern

Once you’ve created your very own flower face scrubby (in whatever colour you choose), you can use it as a face-washing scrubby, gently exfoliate your skin, or remove makeup. Each scrubby should only take 15-20 minutes to complete, meaning you can make several in one sitting if required.


As the pattern doesn’t require a specific yarn weight, you can use this project as a convenient stash buster or create delightful gifts for your friends and family.


Tip: If using a face scrubby to remove makeup, use a darker coloured yarn to avoid staining. Lighter colours will begin to look stained after just a couple of uses, even when thoroughly cleaned.







If you’ve found this blog helpful and give Sarah’s pattern a go, tag Crafty Llama on Instagram so we can see your amazing flowery face scrubbies. All of the tools you need to complete this project are available in our Crochet Shop.


Happy crocheting!



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