The wonderful friend who gave me the pattern said I could pass it on. So here it is with a warning: Making these can be addictive. You will be making one for yourself, your kids, and your friends. They will love you unconditionally. Just letting you know!
Size I Crochet Hook
Use Nylon Net (comes by the yard at places like Joanne's or you can buy it here on Amazon)
cut into 2-3 inch wide strips- (I like to tie the strips together as I cut them and roll into a ball).
chain 4 and slip to form a circle
Working in rounds
Row 1- 4 sc in circle (do not turn)
Row 2- 2 sc in each stitch- 8 sts.
Row 3- 2 sc in each stitch - 16 sts.
Row 4- 2 sc in each stitch - 32 sts.
Row 5 & 6 - 1 sc in each stitch -32 sts,
Row 8- 1 sc in every other stitch -16 st.
Row 9- 1 sc in every other stitch - 8 sts.
Row 10-1 sc in every other stitch -4 sts.
Slip stitches together to close off the circle.
**I found an easy way to cut the netting to make dish scrubbies. Here is my tutorial here.
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Thank You so much for sharing how to cut the tulle. I have been struggling with it. I am retired and just thought I would take up a little project. I use these scrubbies all of the time so thought it would be a good project.
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