How to Crochet an Exfoliating Facial Scrubber – Three Skein Challenge
How to crochet exfoliating facial scrubbers? In this tutorial, I show you how to create a two-sided crochet face scrubber that is perfect for exfoliating your skin. This is a very simple and beginner-friendly pattern. It uses two different stitches for each side so that you can have a ribbed effect for exfoliation or a softer side for general cleansing.
If you aren’t familiar with some of the stitches used in this pattern, check out my Beginners’ Crochet Series here:
How to crochet an exfoliating face scrubber pattern:
Crochet Hook Size: F / 5 / 3.75MM
Yarn: Size 4 Medium
Side 1 (Color A):
Magic Circle (MC).
Row 1: 8 SC inside MC (8 st in total st end of row).
Row 2: 2 SC (Back Loop Only (BLO)) in each st across (16 total st end of row).
Row 3: *1 SC BLO in st 1, 2 SC in st 2.* Repeat * around row (24 total st at end of row).
Row 4: *1 SC BLO in st 1 & 2, 2 SC in st 3.* Repeat * around row (32 total st at end of row).
Row 5: *1 SC BLO in st 1, 2, & 3, 2 SC in st 4.* Repeat * 3 times (4 times total) and tie off yarn (36 total st at time of tie off).
Side 2 (Color B):
Magic Circle (MC).
Row 1: 12 DC inside MC. SL into 1 st DC to join, CH 2 (12 st at end of row).
Row 2: 1 DC in st 1 front post, CH 1. 1 DC in st 2 back post, CH 1. Alternate between front and back post for the rest of the row. Make sure you CH 1 after each post st. SL into top of CH 2 from Row 1 to join. CH 2 (24 st at end of row).
Row 3: Place 2 DC in space created by CH 1 from Row 2, then place 1 DC around the front post of previous front post st. Place 2 DC in the second space created by CH 1 from row 2, then place 1 DC around the back post. Repeat this pattern, alternating from front to back post and making sure that you are adding 2 DC in each space between. SL into the top of CH 2 from Row 2 to join and tie off yarn. (36 st at end of row).
Edge (Color C):
Place crochet hook into 1 st on each side of the face scrubber. Place 1 SC in each st around the edge of the two face scrubber sides, joining the two edges together in the processes. SL into the CH 1 st and tie off yarn. Hide tails in the center of the face scrubber.
Join me in my three skein challenge! Basically, this challenge is to see how many different projects I can complete with only three skeins of size 4, Medium, 7 ounce yarn. This is great if you have a small space and don’t want to have small yarn balls lying around, or if you want to get the absolute MOST out of each strand of yarn. This challenge is also great if you are looking to give homemade gifts as they will all match and compliment each other.
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