Updated, improved, and much, much more efficient and energy saving. Changes are in step 7. I’ve long thought that the classic standard of American kitchens, the
Before there were nylon scrubbies, sponges, shower poufs, or loofahs, people used felted soap. I’ve talked about “felting” before when I showed you how to make your own Wool Dryer Balls. I personally am fascinated by this age-old practice so when I heard about felted SOAP I couldn’t wait
DIRECTIONS. Cut nylon net into lengthwise strips each 3 in. wide (you will have a total of 24 strips each, 6-yd. long and 3 in. wide). If you prefer a stiffer scrubbie…
For those of you with a single basin farmhouse sink.where do you keep your wet dishcloth? When I had a double basin sink, I placed the dishcloth on the bar that separated the basins.
Cotton worsted weight yarn in the colour of your choice. (make sure that you choose a nice and SOFT cotton otherwise your face scrubbie will really scrub your face off! haha!) Size J/ 6 mm hook Tapestry needle For this pattern you’ll need to know how to make single crochet (sc), and 3 dc
Here is a scrubbie that is soft enough to shower and wash your face with and still tough enough to clean dirty pots and pans. I wouldn’t recommend using it for all of these at one time, so be sure to make enough to go around. No matter if you are a beginner or an advanced crocheter here is a
Nylon Crochet Pot Scrubbers. If you’re a thrifty crocheter like me, you’ve probably noticed some patterns around the internet that use nylon fabric (like …
PK. 6 The Shrubbie is an all-purpose kitchen utility cloth for almost any situation. While the super soft cotton chenille side is great for washing, wiping, and virtually all common household cleaning tasks, the nylon scrubber side is EVEN BETTER for scrubbing vegetables, getting off tough to remove food from pots, pans, and plates, and even
One can never have enough crochet scrubbies, that’s for sure! I came across these spiral scrubbies first on Pinterest. They are so cute and happy and the colors are so lovely.
I’m excited to share a little project that I have been experimenting with. You know those little green netting sleeves you get your lettuce in?