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Thread: nylon scrubbie

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    Smile nylon scrubbie

    Dose anyone crochet the nylon net scrubbies...if so do you have directions or know where to find one..

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    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sear...lon%20scrubbie

    Ravelry is a great site for knitting and crochet. Hope this helps.

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    scrubbie

    Quote Originally Posted by shirsh View Post
    Dose anyone crochet the nylon net scrubbies...if so do you have directions or know where to find one..
    Hello,

    have made hundreds.. still make them-All love them-

    I buy cheap net at Wal-Mart or any fabric store. Net that has the larger holes. I a;ways buy at least a yard of whatever color they have. 49 to 69 cents a yard.
    Cut all about 2 inches width. Hard to work with I tie one end to a chair if husband not at home.

    Strech and cut all the material until you have a pile of the 2 inch strips.

    I use an "H" hook can use what ever you want. Make a ch of 6 sts-- slip st together to form a circle.
    From there it is up to you. In each st make 2 sts. all around. Do this about 4 times. Then chrocet a st in ea st.
    Next row and all row there after. Inc in every other st. To get strip together when you run out of a srip I just put 2 tog and crochet right into the row. or you can tie them tog.

    Make as large a s you want scrubbie to be. I have used dc sts, makes a bigger scrubbie.

    From you question I have assumed you crochet. If not I can make clearer.

    Have fun.

    When you first start you will make plenty then you will notice your fingers are sore. This net is hard on skin.
    Sorry I didn't answer sooner. We are in Kentucky and we were helping a family that had been hit by Tornado.
    We just got home.

    Joyce

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