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Look for the Scrubby-O’s pattern on the Freebies page right here at gettinitpegged.com! 🙂
Hey! I know this is an old pattern, but I just discovered it and I have a question that neither the video nor the written instructions address. It might be obvious to more experienced knitters, but you say to knit each wedge on top of the previous one. Does that mean go backward (use the end peg 6 as peg 1)? I tried pulling the yarn back and doing another wedge from 1 to 6 like the first one, but I ended up with a lot of slack in the middle. Does my question make sense? Please let me know, these are so cute!
Nevermind, I figured it out! I was trying to cast on again between wedges. Duh!
Oh, haha! I was just sitting down to answer your question! 🙂 I’m so glad you got it figured out…you were aaaallllmost there already. Great job, Brittany!
I would love to get the Scrubby-O’s pattern. Thank you
Hello, Sonia 🙂
You can find it on the Freebies page of gettinitpegged.com.
Can u make the scrubby Os without the tule
Yes, you sure can create the Scrubby-Os without the tulle! They make very nice washcloths and coasters that way! 🙂
Is it possibe to use the same idea of the pattern to make a big 3/4 of a circle for a little girls cape or capelet??
Hi Heidi 🙂
You bet you could…that would be quite charming! I’d be really excited to see what you come up with!
i am looking at attempting the scrubby-o’s pattern for the bottom of a basket, but was wondering the same thing as brittany. how do you build on top of the other wedges?
Amanda, great idea for the bottom of a basket…sweet! 🙂
When creating each wedge, just build right on top of the previous wedge without removing from loom, and create the new using exactly the same procedure… no cutting, binding off, re-casting on, or stitching wedges together required! 😉
so just work backwards? 6 is the new 1 and 1 the new 6?
Well…if you’re counting the first peg as the farthest peg on the right, then you just start again from there. If you’re counting the first peg as the one you first cast onto, then yes…you’ll still need to purl back to the farthest right peg. In this pattern the first peg is the one you start with *after* the cast on row and on step one of the wedge instructions. 😉
Can not pull up the 3 part video on looming scrubbies
Hi Cathy 🙂
I tried the videos and was able to pull them up and play them with no problem. I’m not sure what’s happening on your end…possibly a slow internet connection?
The videos are listed on my Twisted Stitches page, but they’re also housed on my YouTube Channel here:
Maybe that will work better for you?
Best wishes! 🙂
Where can I get the pattern for this
Hi Kim 🙂
You can find the pattern for the Scrubby-O’s on the Freebies page of this site.
Hi I look forward to hearing from you. I like to the scrubby-o pattern. Will you please share it with me. Thanks.
I can’t seem to find the pattern for this project. Where should I be looking?
Hi Cedar 🙂
I crochet these but the loom looks so much easier! Thank you. And it’s nice to see something left handed!!! Thank you!!!!
Is there a pattern that can be printed out
Hi Maureen 🙂
You can find the pattern for the Scrubby-O’s on the Freebies page of this site
I keep trying to get the pattern on the freebies page but all I get are the comments
Hello! Download the pattern by clicking on the BLUE word “Scrubby-Os” that is located at the top of this page. 😉
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