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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Crocheted Dish Scrubbie Video Tutorial

Recently I came across someone on Knittinghelp.com's crochet thread who was looking for help in understanding a crochet pattern she had found for a nylon dish scrubbie. I took a look at the pattern and, although it is fairly simple to do, it would have been hard for me to explain in words. So I offered to make a video to demonstrate this pattern.

Here's what the finished project looks like and further down you will find a little video showing how to make it.



Crocheted Dish ScrubbieDoesn't it look just a little bit like something that might crawl out of the ocean and give you nightmares? Well, I have to say, it feels something like that too! All the better to clean your dishes, I suppose!


Crocheted Dish ScrubbieThe pattern is designed by Julie Bolduc and offered free on the JPF Crochet Club website. Click HERE to view the pattern and print one for yourself if you'd like to give it a try.


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I purchased the 2 ounce skein of Needloft Nylon yarn at my local Michael's store, but it is probably available at other craft stores as well. One skein was enough to make two scrubbies.

These would make nice housewarming or hostess gifts, perhaps along with an apron and a cotton dishcloth if you're feeling extra generous. They would also make great items to sell at a school fundraiser, as long as your hands could hold out against the yarn!

I'd love to know if you've ever made anything with nylon yarn and what you thought of it. Leave a comment and let me know!

Happy Stitching!


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1 Comments:

  • Oh what a wonderful Tut! thanks. I haven't attempted crochet for such a long time (20 + years ) this is a tutorial I'm confidant I can easily follow and am interested to try! If I successfully find a nylon thread here and make one I will link this for others.
    Thank's again.

    By Blogger Tammy James, At June 5, 2009 at 7:10 PM  

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