This post is sponsored by Red Heart
Bobble Scrubby Crochet Bath Mat
I had the great pleasure of designing an exclusive pattern for my friends at Red Heart using one of their brand new yarns to the Scrubby line, Scrubby Cotton. Friends, this stuff is perfect for crochet bath mats!
Scrubby Cotton has a similar look and feel to Scrubby but boasts the benefits that cotton yarn brings to the table. It’s softer on the skin making it perfect for facial scrubbies, wash cloths, hand towels and yes, bath mats.
Going into this design, I knew exactly how I wanted it to turn out. Bobbles are perfect for a super-squishy fabric, paired with the qualities of Scrubby Cotton – a crochet bath mat was a no-brainer.
Get the Pattern
The free pattern can be downloaded straight from Red Heart. When you click on the link below, you’ll be greeted with a page full of the information you need – the pattern download link, the supplies needed. You can even order your yarn right there on that page! Okay, here it is:
Even if you have a dozen other projects on your hooks, this beauty is something you should consider. You’ll have a totally practical and beautiful crochet bath mat in one productive weekend!
Red Heart Scrubby Cotton
You can order your yarn directly from Red Heart (if you sign up for their e-mail newsletter, you’ll get a coupon for 20% off your first purchase) or you can pick up Scrubby Cotton at your local Michael’s Craft Store.
I used three colors for my bath mat: Loofa, Tan and Fiji. With 18 different colors, the color possibilities are endless! Check out the different Scrubby Cotton colorways here:
If you haven’t done so already, have a look at the pattern and the video tutorial. Using the links above, you have access to all the information you need to decide if the Bernat Pop! Corner to Corner Baby Blanket is the right project for you.
I know you’ll have as much fun as I did with this project. If you need any help whatsoever, I’m here for you! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me via email – email@example.com – or leave a comment below. I’ll answer any questions that may come up!
Bye for now,