I was crocheting for so many years, but still up to this date I am discovering new things you can make. I am so glad that one of my students shared this crochet scrubby she is making. It is easy and quick to make, and so-o-o handy. It can be used for pots and pans as well as for vegetables. Here is a pattern with some pictures that I made.

My friend shared with me a piece of nylon netting, but you can buy it at any fabric store. When you purchase it, cut it 1-1/2 or 2″ strips. Fold each piece and clip them for easy storage.


Using a crochet hook size 5 mm, ch 6. Join in the ring.

Round 1: Ch 2 (counts as one dc), 11 dc in the ring. Sl st in the ch 2 at the beginning. Total of 12 dc.

Round 2: Ch 2, 1 dc in the same stitch, work 2 dc in every dc. Sl st in the beginning ch 2. Total of 24 dc.


Round 3: * 5 dc in the first dc (one shell is made), sk 1 dc, sc in next dc, sk 1 dc, rep from * till the end.


You should have a total of 6 shells at the end of the third round. Weave in the ends. (It could be challenging!) I used a tapestry needle. Here is my flower scrubby.


Happy crocheting!