CROCHET BACK SCRUBBER
Simple, simple, simple! Takes about an hour to make and is a gentle alternative for washing your back in the shower. Get rid of those awkward, rough, moldy brushes and give this 100% cotton, washable back scrubber a try!
This pattern uses the Front Loop Single Crochet Stitch.
Roll it up, and add a label to make it into a nice gift!
Print out the pdf printable label by clicking the button below :-)
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7/29/2017 09:41:32 am
Thank you for this pattern .I've been looking for something simple and practicle for one of the little christmas gifts
7/29/2017 03:21:39 pm
You are welcome! Let me know how it works out?
Nancy F. Reynolds
6/26/2018 08:12:20 pm
Thank you so much.
6/28/2018 05:17:45 pm
You are so welcome! I refuse to pay for patterns and that is why I try to make my own and share them with anyone who is interested :-)
8/6/2017 04:01:35 pm
my hubby loves to have his back scratched whether he is in the bath or just having me to scratch it ..I will let you know how when I am done making it.
1/30/2018 11:07:54 am
Squeals of delight, I just made my first one and it’s lovely! I have a friend who makes comfort baskets for women who are going through cancer treatment. These are perfect for her to include in the basket. You are so generous to include the printable. I am ordering more yarn right now. Thank you for sharing.
1/30/2018 11:55:33 am
That's wonderful! Such a thoughtful way to help others. Thank you so much for sharing with me?
1/30/2018 01:45:35 pm
4/5/2018 08:42:02 pm
Great idea! Thanks for sharing this patter!
4/7/2018 08:52:42 am
You're welcome! Let me know how it turns out :-)
4/7/2018 06:46:02 am
Thank you so much for sharing this pattern it is awesome!
4/7/2018 08:53:30 am
Thank you! I am really glad that you like it and appreciate the feedback!
9/1/2018 05:54:31 am
Thank you so much for this free pattern, I did mine using tule to make it an exfoliating scrubber my husband loves it. I will be making these into gifts too for Christmas. X
11/1/2022 08:01:39 pm
I am going to try to make these out of tulle also. And for Christmas gifts I just retaught myself how to crochet by make dish scrubbies. And I used tulle for them. What size hook did you use?
9/11/2018 05:32:21 pm
Thank so much for the free pattern, making one for my husband at the moment
10/27/2018 03:40:07 am
Thanks for sharing this free pattern. I’m trying to rescue the amount of plastic I use and waste that I create, so something washable and reusable like this is just perfect 😊 and thank you for the printable wrapper, these will make lovely gifts 😊
12/17/2018 03:01:18 pm
Thank you for the wonderful pattern. Read really easy to make and so far everyone loves them!
11/29/2019 11:18:23 am
I would love to make this but am a newbie to crochet! Do you have (or know of) a video tutorial for this pattern? Thank you!!!
11/30/2019 10:48:20 pm
I am sorry, but I do not know of a video tutorial at this time. I will try to make one at some point after the holidays though. Thanks for the suggestion!
1/16/2020 09:15:26 am
Can you explain how to “connect” to make band on side 2?
3/18/2020 11:55:17 pm
Thank you for sharing this crochet pattern with us! What is the length of the back scrubber with the handles?
5/30/2020 11:58:22 am
Thank you for this sweet pattern. I've just purchased a bunch of cottony scrubby yarn. I originally did not know what I was going to make with it but now I know! These will make great gifts!
6/15/2020 03:15:02 pm
Loved the idea, and quickly made one. Tested it yesterday in the shower and it stretched so much it was pretty useless. I'm planning a wider, shorter version today and hope this works. Any suggestions? I simply love the idea.
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Hi there! I'm Kathie, the author behind Creating A Simpler Life blog. I'm excited to share our longterm projects (and planning) toward building our future retirement homestead in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. In the meantime I will be sharing all the other little things we do that are part of creating our simpler life!