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Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby ~ Free Crochet Pattern!!

Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby ~ Free Crochet Pattern!!

Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby ~ Free Crochet Pattern!! Are you ready for a quick  crochet project??  Here is a super fast crochet Dish/Face Cloth Free Pattern that you can whip up in just about 30 minutes or less!!  Using 2 strands of cotton yarn this Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby is easy to make and will be ready to use or  give as a gift in the same day…

Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby

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Measures 6″ x 6 1/2″


100 yards each ~ 2 colors of cotton worsted weight yarn. I used Lily’s Cream and Sugar.

I Hook



sc ~ Single Crochet     ch ~ Chain     trc ~ Triple Crochet     st ~ Stitch     sl st ~ Slip Stich


Holding 2 strands of yarn together…

Ch 16

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each across. = 15 sc

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc in first st, *trc in next st(making sure the bump is to the front),sc in next st*, repeat * * across. = 8 sc & 7 trc

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc across. = 15 sc

Rows 4 – 11  Repeat rows 2 & 3


Working down the first side:

Ch 1, 10 sc worked evenly down the side of rows, 3 sc in 1st corner st, sc in next 13 sts, 3 sc in 2nd corner st, 10 sc spaced evenly across the second side of rows, 3 sc in 3rd corner st, sc in next 13 sts, 3 sc in last corner st. Join with sl st. Finish off and weave in ends.

Congratulations!!  You have now completed a Thick & Quick Bumpy Scrubby!!

And you can also now make it in the round.. For the  Thick and Quick Round Bumpy Scrubby … Click here!

Here is a great idea for presenting as a gift or package to sell…

Thick and Quick Bumpy Scrubby Bundles

Happy Crocheting!!


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  1. What a fab little pattern. You can never have too many scrubbies, can you!

  2. I just love this pattern! However, I did it a little different. I didn’t read the instructions completely. Oops. =) but it still turned out quite nice. I did the chains, SC all the way across, then I did the sc, tc, all the way across as all rows. I failed to do the sc rows as every other row. Now it is just a two sided scrubbie. Still cute tho.

  3. Thank your for posting this pattern, they will be perfect for my friends as Christmas gifts. I wont be selling or reposting the pattern I just wanted to say thanks 🙂

  4. Once again, an awesome pattern! I am finishing up some of these for teachers gifts this Christmas. I try to do something practical each year. I was out of ideas and I saw this. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  5. I make something similar. I added a chain from one side to the other so I can hang it .
    Great colors on your pics.
    Going to try this!

  6. Oh my goodness. I just finished one of these and I love it!
    I made mine just a little bigger and I am definitely going to make more! Thank you for the pattern. ?

  7. Catherine mahoney

    Thanks for the pattern

  8. I love this I’m just learning to crochet & this looks like something I can do maybe not in 30 minutes. Thanks For the patterns. God BLESS

  9. Love this pattern…one quick question…what does “making sure the bump is to the front” mean?

  10. This looks like a great pattern, however when I used the “print friendly” button, it gave me 11 pages! Mostly of the pictures of patterns down the side of the page, and some of the comments. That was definitely not Print-friendly!

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      With that program you can click on the x in each area to delete the sections you don’t want to print,, the x is kinda like on webpages when you want to close an advertisement box, but it is for each small section on the page… so if you only want the text of that pattern you can just print that… I hope you check it out again… thats why it is so nice… I have used it many times…

  11. What is a triple crochet? Is it a bobble stitch or is it where you wrap your yarn around hook twice and continue? Confused because it said bump. Thanks Mary

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      Yes.. Trc is triple or treble… you wrap 3 times… The reason you get a bump is because on each side of the Trc there is a sc and it is much shorter and pushes out the Trc.

  12. I was thinking of using Scrubby Yarn as one of the yarns. That would make it good for dish scrubby.

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      Yes… We did a flash CAL a while back… I showed how I added the scrubby yarn as 1 strand.. They turned out great!!

  13. I have used this stitch with one strand of worsted weight yarn for years for afghans and it turns out nice and soft. I never thought of trying 2 strands of cotton to get a dishcloth that is smooth on one side and bumpy on the other. Thanks for a new use of a great old pattern!

  14. What size hook, please?

  15. Is there a printer-friendly or pdf version for this pattern? Printing the web page is a colossal waste of paper. Or do I have to copy and paste it into something else?
    Thank you.

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      I had to remove print friendly from the site due to copyright infringement on their side.. so you would have to copy and paste into a word doc

  16. I will definitely try this pattern. Thanks so much for posting. I have a question. I like to use a lot of bright colors, but the color seems to fade after washing. Do you have a suggestion for treating the yarn to prevent the fading?

  17. Is there a video tutorial for this pattern? I am not very good at reading patterns.

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