Crochet Face Scrubbies Free Pattern

Crochet Face Scrubbies

 

 

These little buddies have been part of my makeup routine forever because, well, they’re amazing at what they do! The cotton is super soft on your skin and removes all the grime from the day. Weather you wear make-up or not, it makes your face feel squeaky clean!

They are a much better alternative to using a billion disposable face cleansers. It ends up being a cheaper option too because you can just pop them in the wash and resuse them over and over!

I really like to use 1 for taking off my lipstick and another for the rest of my face. Simply because I wear hella-strong and long lasting liquid lipstick and I don’t wanna smear it all over my face. Kinda defeating the whole cleaning-your-face bit 😉

 


 

 

CROCHET FACE SCRUBBIES FREE PATTERN!

www.marshcobykayla.com

 

 

Materials Needed:

Stitch Directory:

FPDC- Front Post Double Crochet

Sl ST- Slip Stitch

 

Pattern

Row 1-  Ch 4, join 1st st together with a sl st forming a circle.

Row 2- 12 dc into the center of the circle, join with a sl st.

Row 3- Ch 3, fpdc around 1st post directly under the ch 3, dc 2 in next st, *fpdc around next st, dc 2* repeat 10 more time around, sl st to join.

Row 4- Ch 3, *fpdc around fpdc of row 3, 2 dc in next st, 1 dc in next,* repeat 11 more times around, sl st to join. Cut string and tie off. Super simple and easy sauce!!

 

Remember to follow me on social media to show off your creations!

Facebook- marshcobykayla

Instagram- @marshcobykayla

 

 

Also, subscribe to my blog to be the first in the know when extra tie-bits become available. (Think amazing drawings and freebies!)

 

 

 

This pattern is an original pattern written by Kayla Schmadeke of Marshco. Please do not claim the pattern as your own. If you want to share the pattern, you can link to the pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You can totally keep a copy of this pattern for your own personal use but DO NOT sell this pattern or distribute it.

You can totally sell the items you make using my pattern but please credit the design to me, Kayla Schmadeke of Marshco, and provide a link to my blog http://www.marshcobykayla.com. I DO NOT give permission for mass production or factory manufacturing of any sorts. Thanks so very much for being respectful of my art!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crochet Leg Warmer Free Pattern

White Cropped Photo Baking Bread Pinterest Graphic

 

 

Welcome to my first ever post for Marshco! (Cue the applause and excited music!) This has been a long time in the making for me so I’m just crazy excited to jump in and spread some crochet love😄

My inspiration for this lovely little pattern is my 4 year old niece. She recently started up dance and just so happens to be a princess 👑

Basically I wanted to make something that stands out as much as her princess personality does! So immediately I pulled out all my pink yarn because, well, princess pink ya know? I absolutely love love love how these little warmers turned out and can’t wait to see her try them on.

 


CROCHET LEG WARMERS FREE PATTERN!

B3E8543D-95C0-48F6-B783-F19A5C4691AE

 

This pattern can be made into any size you need simply by adjusting the cuff length.

To determine the length, measure the width of the top of your calf. This is how long your cuff should be. Easy enough, right?

Materials Needed:

-Hook size 5.0 mm

-1 Skein of Sweet Roll in any color your heart desires (If you want the same as in my pictures it’s Guava Pop! Seriously, Sweet Roll acrylic yarn has the cutest names eva!)

 


 

Stitch Directory:

FPDC (Front Post Double Crochet) – Insert hook around front post instead of the top loop.

BPDC (Back Post Double Crochet) – Insert hook around back post instead of the top loop.

SL ST – Slip Stitch to join the row

SCD – Single Crochet Decrease


 

Pattern:

Row 1- Make a foundation chain of 11

Row2- In 2nd loop from hook sc and sc all the way across, ch 1 and turn. (10)

Row3- In back loop only, sc across, ch 1 and turn (10)

Row 4- Repeat row 3 until it measures the width of your calf your previously measured.

Row 5- Fold the cuff in half and sl st together, ch 1 then, begining to crochet in the round, dc an even amount around and sl st together. For my child version I ended up with 32 dc and my adult version was 48 dc.

Row 6- Ch 2, Fpdc around 1st 2 dc, bpdc around next 3, Fpdc around next 3, sk next 3 st, fpth around next 3, working in the stitchs you skipped, fpth around 1st skipped dc (working right to left), working forwards again fpth around next 3 st, bpdc around next 3. Fpdc around the remaining stitches and s lst to join.

Row 7- Ch 2, fpdc around 1st 2 st, bpdc around next 3, fpdc around next 12 being careful not to twist the cable in the process, bpdc around 3, fpdc around remaining and slst to join.

Row 8- Ch 2, Fpdc around 1st dc, bpdc around 3, sk next 3, fpth around 3, working in the 3 sk st fpth IN FRONT ( working right to left ), working forward, sk 3 and fpth around next 3, working in the 3 sk st, fpth IN FRONT, bpdc around 3. Fpdc around the remaining stitches and sl st to join.

Row 9- Ch 2, fpdc around 1st 2 st, bpdc around next 3, fpdc around next 12 being careful again not to twist the cable, bpdc around 3, fpdc around remaining and slst to join.

Row 10- (25 for children, 50 for adults. Basically make it as tall as you need it to be a comfortable leg warmer.) Repeat rows 6 through 9 to create the center portion of your leg warmer.

Finishing Bottom Row- Ch 1, sc 2, fpsc around 3, sc 2, scd, sc 2, scd, sc 2, scd, fpsc around 3, sc around remaining and sl st to join.

*Ch 1, sc around, sl st to join.* Repeat this row 4 times.

Tie off last st and you’re finished!!!

BCC2E5AF-0E05-48D2-A9CC-9E975B105236

 

Don’t forget to follow me on social media! I’d love to see your finished leg warmers so share the love with pics 🙂

Instagram- @marshcobykayla

 

 

This pattern is an original pattern written by Kayla Schmadeke of Marshco. Please do not claim the pattern as your own. If you want to share the pattern, you can link to the pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You can totally keep a copy of this pattern for your own personal use but DO NOT sell this pattern or distribute it.

You can totally sell the items you make using my pattern but please credit the design to me, Kayla Schmadeke of Marshco, and provide a link to my blog http://www.marshcobykayla.com. I DO NOT give permission for mass production or factory manufacturing of any sorts. Thanks so very much for being respectful of my art!