Scrubby is one of Red Heart’s most popular yarns. It is so popular that they have put together a campaign called the 7 Month’s of Scrubby. One of the many FREE Scrubby patterns available on Red Heart’s website is the Shark Puppet Scrubby. For those of you wanting to try the pattern but are worried about working with Scrubby, I have put together a video tutorial to walk you through each step and help you successfully make the pattern.
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Just incase you haven’t read my past posts, Red Heart Scrubby comes in a few variations. There is the original scrubby, which is used in the Shark Puppet Scrubby pattern, Scrubby Sparkle and Scrubby Cotton. Scrubby Cotton is the newest to join the collection, be sure to try them all and find which one you like the best.
Shark Washcloth Puppet Scrubby Materials:
- RED HEART® Scrubby™: 1 ball each 510 Glacier A, 905 Cherry B, and 10 Coconut C
- Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 5mm [US H-8]
- Yarn needle
- 2 yds black worsted weight yarn
- sewing needle
- white carpet thread
- Shark Puppet Scrubby FREE Pattern
The shark washcloth is worked in sections and then seamed together at the end. Although the pattern has a suggested way to put the pieces together I show you the way that I feel makes it easier to get the placement correct. In my video I walk you through each step so that you can see how I work the pattern.
Join me and make bath time a fun time with this friendly shark washcloth puppet scrubby! Kids will love playing with the shark while getting clean and mom will love the easy care of the machine washable Scrubby yarn.