The Best Chunky Facial Scrubbies Crochet Pattern for Craft Fairs

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As winter turns to spring and the flowers begin to bud, it’s time to start thinking about craft fair patterns for the warmer weather and these chunky facial scrubbies are one of many great options to include in your spring craft fair product line.

Reusable, quick, and easy enough to make for beginners, these bulky facial rounds can be used as makeup remover pads or exfoliating clothes and they’re just perfect for Mother’s Day and spa basket gift sets.

Chunky cotton face scrubbies in sage green and gray. Text reads: quick & easy crochet project. The best crochet face scrubbies. Get the free pattern and make a whole set in under an hour!

I just know you’re going to love the chunky cotton luxury of these face scrubbies!


  • 1 Skein Yarn Bee Cotton XXL (I used the Celedon and Silver colorways.)
  • 9.00 mm (M/N) Crochet Hook (I used this reclaimed wood hook from Laurel Hill)
  • Scissors
  • Latch hook or sewing needle

Closeup photo of two grey crocheted facial scrubbies on a white wooden backdrop


  • SLST – Slip Stitch
  • CH – Chain
  • HDC – Half-double Crochet
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • TC – Treble Crochet


  • Skill Level: Easy
  • US Terminology
  • Gauge: not important for this pattern
  • Finished Measurements: Approximately 5″ in circumference
  • Takes approximately 15 minutes to complete one facial round
3 crocheted facial scrubbies stacked on top of one another

Chunky Facial Scrubbies Pattern

Into a magic circle –

RND 1: CH2 (counts as DC), DC eleven, join with SLST to top of beginning ch-2. (12 sts)

RND 2: CH2, TC in same st, (HDC, TC) in each stitch around, join with SLST to top of beginning ch-2. (24 sts)

RND 3: CH5, SLST in next st and each st around. (28 sts)

Finish off, tuck ends.

Video Tutorial for These Crocheted Facial Rounds

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  1. KELLI CHAPMAN says:

    I add a loop to mine that is large enough to go around the towel bar and fit the scrubby through. It makes it easy to drip dry without a pin or clip.

  2. Norma Hennebury says:

    Love your magic ring although being a lefty mine is close but works.
    I really enjoy the scalloped edge before the round of slip stitches.
    Being a new crocheter, I was wondering if you had made another similar pattern that could be around dish clothe.
    Ps video is very easy to follow especially for a beginner.

    1. Hi Norma,
      Thank you for your kind words. I don’t currently have a pattern for a dish cloth but this one could be easily adapted to become one!

  3. Marsha A Hicks says:

    Hi these Look Great I want to make a bunch

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