Jun 23, 2009 · Donna Wolfe from Naztazia http://naztazia.com shows you how to crochet spiral scrubbies, also known as dishcloths, washcloths, and tawashi. These crocheted
Don’t toss those mesh produce bags! Upcycle the bags into free, easy to make, no sew kitchen scrubbies in a few simple steps.
I love these little scrubbies. I have made 2 and crocheted the two together along the out side most of the way around and stuff with scraps of tulle, then crochet a
Pat’s Crocheted Scrubbie. By Pat Linn, Sachewan, Canada. Supplies One crochet hook (I used 5.50) Nylon netting cut into 2 inch strips about 8 to12 strips of 72
Some projects are fun, some are fast, some cheap, and some practical. Dishcloths, washcloths, and tawashis (the Japanese version) combine all these features!
Pot scrubbers are an easy kitchen gift to crochet.
Crochet – Kitchen DecorNow this is a great way to take a mundane chore and turn it into a more pleasant task. Size: Sunflower: 7 1/2′ across. Daisy: 7 1/2′ across.
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Aug 30, 2008 · Scrubbies are nice to use and they’re simple to make too! These are handy in the kitchen for washing dishes and gentle enough to use on appliances and
I believe this is one of those patterns that has been handed down for many years. I was taught this pattern by a wonderful older woman and I’d love to share the