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C2C Butterfly Scrubby - Free Crochet Pattern

Bring some color in your kitchen or in your bath with this cute and colorful crochet butterfly scrubby. You can use it as a dishcloth or as a washcloth, your choice.
Combined with some soap bars or other spa products would make a great present!

C2C Crochet Butterfly Scrubby

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Crochet Hook provided by Furls Crochet. The yarn was provided by Red Heart Yarns.

For this pattern I have used leftovers of Red Heart Scrubby garn and Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle garn. You can use the garn colors of your choice or even replace the garn with the yarn you prefer.

The C2C Butterfly Scrubby is a free crochet pattern that uses the Mini c2c or Corner to Corner Crochet with the half double crochet (hdc).

This scrubby free crochet pattern includes written row by row instructions for color counts followed with a color pixel graph at the end of this post.

A handy hanging loop finishes it off and works great for drying your scrubby.

C2C Crochet Butterfly Scrubby Dishloth


6 C2C tiles = 10 x 10 cm (4 inches x 4 inches)


approx. 10 inches X 10 inches (26 cm x 26 cm)


C2C Crochet Butterfly Scrubby Washcloth or Dishcloth

C2C Butterfly Scrubby Dishcloth or Washcloth

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  1. You will use the C2C with the hdc, working the square on the diagonal starting from bottom right corner to top left corner.
  2. For detailed instructions and video tutorials for the corner to corner method with the half double crochet used + crisp color changes, check out the Wildlife Graphghan CAL Page!
  3. Each c2c block is made of 3 hdc sts and a ch2.
  4. The even rows will be worked on the right side of work. The uneven rows will be on the wrong side of work.
  5. On the graphic you will read the even rows from top to bottom ↙ and the uneven rows from bottom to top ↗!
  6. The first row with color changes (Row 5) it's an uneven row, so you will be working on the wrong side of work! That means that you will have to place the yarn strands to the front of your work!
  7. For the even rows (right side) you will place the yarns to the back of the work!


- RS: right side
- WS: wrong side
- ch: chain
- slst: slip stitch
- sc: single crochet


(See the color legend in the graph at the end of this post)
  • T = Teal (Red Heart Scrubby Cotton, colorway Fiji)
  • DP = Dark Purple (Red Heart Sparkle Scrubby- Grape)
  • Li = Lilac (Red Heart Scrubby - Denim)
  • O = Orange (Red Heart Scrubby - Zesty)

How to read the instructions below

- the letter tells you what color, for ex: T= teal;
- the number tells you how many blocks to make, for example T2= 2 teal blocks

Written Instructions (Row by row color counts)

Row 1 [WS]: T

Row 2 [RS]: T2

Row 3 [WS]: T3

Row 4 [RS]: T4

Row 5 [WS]: T2, DP2, T

Row 6 [RS]: T, DP, Li, DP2, T

Row 7 [WS]: T2, DP, Li2, T2

Row 8 [RS]: T2, DP, O, Li, DP, T2

Row 9 [WS]: T3, DP, O2, T3

Row 10 [RS]: T3, DP, O, Li, T4

Row 11 [WS]: T3, DP, Li, O2, T, DP2, T

Row 12 [RS]: T, DP, Li, DP2, O, Li, DP, T, DP2, T

Row 13 [WS]: T2, DP2, Li, DP, Li, DP, O2, Li, DP, T

Row 14 [RS]: T2, Li, O3, Li, DP, Li3, DP, T2

Row 15 [WS]: T2, DP, Li, O2, Li, DP, Li, O2, Li, DP, T2

Corner - Start decreasing!

Row 16 [RS]: T2, DP5, Li, O3, Li, T2

Row 17 [WS]: T, DP, Li, O2, DP, Li, DP, T5

Row 18 [RS]: T4, DP2, O, DP4, T

Row 19 [WS]: T4, O2, T, DP3, T

Row 20 [RS]: T4, DP, O, DP, T3

Row 21 [WS]: T2, DP, O2, T, DP, T2

Row 22 [RS]: T3, DP, O, Li, T2

Row 23 [WS]: T, DP, Li2, T, DP, T

Row 24 [RS]: T2, DP, Li, DP, T

Row 25 [WS]: T, DP2, T2

Row 26 [RS]: T4

Row 27 [WS]: T3

Row 28 [RS]: T2

Row 29 [WS]: T

At the end of the last row do not fasten off teal, but turn and slip stitch to corner stitch, ch 1 and sc evenly around outside edge of scrubby, placing 3 sc in each corner st.
Join with slst to top of first st at the beg of round.
Do not cut yarn, if you would like to add a hanging loop.

Hanging Loop:

continue with teal at the last corner, chain 10, join to same st in corner base; then work around the chains loop about 13 sc sts. Join with slst to top of first st at the beg of round. Fasten off teal.

Last Round: Join Red Heart Scrubby Sparkle - Grape (deep purple) yarn to corner st and slip stitch evenly around outside edge of scrubby (including the hanging loop).
Cut yarn and fasten off invisibly. Weave in all ends. If you like, you can block your crochet scrubby!

Butterfly C2C Graph

Copyright 2022 Kinga Erdem / My Hobby is Crochet
You can save the graph image for your own personal use to a file on your PC, by right mouse click, option "Save Image". Once saved to your pc, you can print it out.

Butterfly Scrubby C2C Graph

I hope you enjoy this pattern!
Want more scrubby patterns? You might like these: C2C Mandala Flowers Scrubby, Dahlia Scrubby, 3D Flower Scrubby

For more c2c crochet patterns please check out the Wildlife Graphghan CAL Page!

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C2C Butterfly Scrubby
Written Instructions, Pictures and Graph
Copyright © May 2022 Kinga Erdem
This pattern is free for your own personal use. No mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind! You can sell the products of your work, a link back to my blog would be appreciated.
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