Snowflake Scrubby Motif
Scrub, your non-stick pots this winter with the Snowflake Scrubby Motif, using Red Heart Scrubby yarn, which is great for surfaces that need a little extra scrub power. This design turned out to be a win-win-win for me, I recently found these little skeins stashed away completely forgotten about. I was in great need of some durably scrubbies and along comes a decent snow fall, and poof, I just had to have a snowflake scrubby! This pattern can be used to make a seasonal scrubby for your kitchen, or a snowflake motif. This snowflake motif was designed to have a little extra coverage for a sturdy scrubby, with multiple picots for a snowflake touch. And best of all it takes just 3 rounds to make these flakes, so it’s a quick win, thank goodness because I got some pots to scrub…ok I admit I haven’t rushed right up to get the dishes done just yet. 🙂
Maintain the same tension throughout.
- Red Heart Scrubby Yarn (less than 1 skein)
- 5.0 mm Hook
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SS – Slip Stitch
- The photo tutorial uses Super Saver yarn to demonstrate, because the scrubby yarn is hard to see the stitches, the method for working the scrubby in scrubby yarn is the same.
- * to * indicates a repeated stitch sequence.
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Snowflake Scrubby Video Tutorial:
Snowflake Scrubby Motif:
Lets make a snowflake, to begin, with coconut make a MR and CH1,
Round 1: *DC2Tog, CH1,* 6 times, SS to the first DC2Tog of the round. (6DC2Tog, 6CH1’s)
Round 2: CH1, starting in the same stitch as the SS, *SC, CH4, SS to the 4th CH from hook, CH4, SS to 4th CH from hook, and one more time, CH4, SS to 4th CH from hook, SC in the same stitch as the first SC, working in the CH1 space, place DC, CH2, DC,* six times, SS to the first stitch of the round and fasten off coconut. (12SC, 12DC, 6CH2 spaces)
Round 3: Join Ocean, in any CH2 space, CH1, DC into the CH2 space, SC in the next DC stitch from round 2, *CH3, push the peak from round 2 forward, and place the CH behind the round 2 peak, then SC into the next DC stitch from round 2, in the next CH2 space place, DC, TRC, CH3, SS to the 3rd CH from hook, CH3, SS to 3rd CH from hook, and one more time, CH3, SS to 3rd CH from hook, SS to the top of the TRC stitch, DC in the same CH2 space, SC in the next stitch* 5 times, you should be back to the first CH2 space where you started, finally, place a DC in that same CH2 space, TRC, CH3, SS to the 3rd CH from hook, CH3, SS to 3rd CH from hook, and one more time, CH3, SS to 3rd CH from hook, SS in the top of the TRC stitch, SS to the first stitch of the round, fasten off and weave in ends. (6CH3 spaces, 12DC, 6TRC)
That concludes how to make these snowflakes, a very quick and fun way to add something useful to your kitchen.
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