Sunday, July 10, 2011

Face Scrubbie

I finally got my crocheting bug back and decided to make a quick project....


Face Scrubbies!


I got permission from the designer, Lesley Dietschy,  to post the FREE Flower Scrubbie Pattern I used - 


Free Pattern Here


Here are the photos....I decided to make coordinating scrubbies....and oddly, although I am a "loose crocheter", no matter what I did, I could not get one that was the described "4 inches across"....the first one I made was too small, the next two I tried to crochet as loose as I could..and although they got bigger, none ended up 4 inches. Ah well....lol














I may be joining THESE parties!

Edit:  I forgot to add what yarn I used:  Lily Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn in Green Twists and Sage Green.


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36 comments:

  1. Too pretty to scrub with!
    Dropping by from Met Monday. I'll hope you'll come see the nursery I helped create for my first grandchild.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  2. These are adorable!
    Stop over for a last chance to enter a vintage linen giveaway!

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  3. Beautiful! as always!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  4. Visiting from BNOP. They're cute! Love the texture. Hope you will stop by for my summer giveaway.

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  5. Cute, cute!! I love all the projects you make. I had set my crochet aside for awhile, too, but am ready to pull out my yarn and hook again. :)

    Blessings - Julie

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  6. These are so cute! Did you use cotton yarn?

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  7. Very cute scrubs. Very nice blog, love the colors you use to crochet.
    I'm 45, have 2 teens and married for 24 years now... funny, hein ?
    Have a great week.
    Anna

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  8. Thanks all! Christine - I did use cotton yarn - Lily Sugar 'n Cream Green Twists and Sage Green (Just added that in the post).

    Anna - very cool! I love being married so long....how about you?

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  9. Those are so cute, and you did a nice job. My sister crochets, and I always think it is such a talent when one does. Have a beautiful week.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  10. I love these crocheted flowers! We are crocheters so when I see an excellent project, I always swoon. Thanks for coming over and joining our Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

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  11. Love these and I think I will have to add these to my to-do list! Such a great gift... for me! hehe

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  12. Love this! The photography is great.

    Your newest follower,
    Abby
    i---create.blogspot.com
    (come take a look)

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  13. What a smart idea! I use something similar for dish washing cloths....but these are perfect for face! Love it!

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  14. The Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop became the coolest party on the block because of your participation. Thank you!

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  15. These are great! I need to crochet something soon and this might just be it. With a cute soap and basket would make great Christmas gifts.

    I would be really honored if you were to link up next week at my Pajama Party!

    Http://www.lifeinmypjs.com

    -Ela

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  16. These look great! I made something similar a while back - when I started using them, I'd throw them in the garbage out of habit, and then would have to dig them out! lol

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  17. They look so cute. Thanks for sharing at Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays.

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  18. Oh! I just love these. What about using a jute type material for more of a "pot scrubber" scrubbie?! Can't wait to make some.
    Wags, Niki (your new follower!)

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  19. Niki, I bet using jute would be great for a pot scrubber...I'm a new follower at your blog, too! Thanks for finding me!

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  20. Form and function! I love it!!!! Thanks for sharing today at Pinkalicious Thursday! I wanted to let you know I am hosting a new Linky Party this Sunday, July 17th called The Barter Bazaar. Barter your wares with other bloggers for free shopping (maybe a little shipping $). Spread the word!
    XOXO,
    Tasha

    www.frugaliciousme.com

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  21. Great pictures! Thanks for listing the yarn type at the end - I'm going to have to try that. I'm taking my crochet on the plane this weekend to finish some stuff. I have to drop in again because you don't see a lot of blogs devoted to crochet.

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  22. These are precious! The perfect thing to do with those bits and pieces of yarn.
    You are a friday's favorite for sure :-)

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  23. They look great, I love how coordinated they are ;)

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  24. So cute and of course will be used which is awesome! Love the photos

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  25. I'm not a crocheter but I think they look great!

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  26. Glad you got your crochet bug back. If they're too small just do extra rows?

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  27. These are wonderful! I'd hate to actually use them they're so pretty! Thanks for linking up to this week's BFF Open House!

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  28. Very cute; they'd be a great teacher's gift with a nice handmade soap!

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  29. so cute!!!
    i tried to learn to knot wash towels once, awful experience.

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  30. Oh, so cute. I love the color. I would definitely enjoy one of these. :) Great job!

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  31. Hi Cheri!
    Thanks for linking up your beautiful scrubbies at the Tuesday To Do Party last week! They're just too pretty to actually use!
    I'm trying to get caught up after finally getting my commenting issues resolved!
    Have a great week!
    Smiles!
    Jami
    www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com

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