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Topic: Net Scrubbie ~*with mini tute & pattern*~  (Read 588 times)
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« on: February 25, 2014 07:55:54 AM »

I created this dish-washing net scrubbie for the OWS (Ongoing Wish Swap).  I saw a few patterns out there, but I decided to wing mine since they were a bit fuzzy....Not to say that this pattern is going to be any less fuzzy, but I will give y'all my mini tutorial notes just in case you want to give it a go.




Net Scrubbie Mini Tutorial Notes:
First I created my "yarn." I did this by cutting down a 1/2-yard of net fabric into 2" strips. I folded the fabric into a manageable size for cutting.  And no worries, it doesn't have to be the neatest of cuts; you will not be able to tell once this "yarn" is worked up.  Then, I tied those strips together with overhand knots. Don’t pull too tight, or you will rip net fabric.  And little tails are fine; they will be extra stuffing when you are working up your scrubbie.  The pattern I winged & jotted is as follows:

(NOTE: worked in continuous rounds, knots tucked on inside)
ch4, join with slst to make ring
1. 8sc in ring
2-4. 2sc in each sc
5-6. sc around
7-10. dec(2sc tog) around (at round 8 I stuffed extra netting into the scrubbie to add body)
FO & tuck tail into scrubbie

Hope that makes a bit of sense. Cheesy  Good luck & Happy Hooking! Grin
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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2014 11:26:47 AM »

I made myself a few pads to wash my face, but this looks WAY better!!

It totally makes sense, I read your tut and understand  Cheesy

Thanks for sharing, will have to make me a few!  Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2014 02:04:59 PM »

I made myself a few pads to wash my face, but this looks WAY better!!

It totally makes sense, I read your tut and understand  Cheesy

Thanks for sharing, will have to make me a few!  Smiley
This makes a rough scrubbie...i.e. for washing dishes; I wouldn't suggest it for face washing.  But if you used cotton with smaller hook (or several strands held together with hook mentioned), then you would have a fluffy puff for face/body washing. Smiley

And yay for it making sense Grin
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« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2014 12:06:10 PM »

I made myself a few pads to wash my face, but this looks WAY better!!

It totally makes sense, I read your tut and understand  Cheesy

Thanks for sharing, will have to make me a few!  Smiley
This makes a rough scrubbie...i.e. for washing dishes; I wouldn't suggest it for face washing.  But if you used cotton with smaller hook (or several strands held together with hook mentioned), then you would have a fluffy puff for face/body washing. Smiley
Bwahahaha! That's so typically me  Roll Eyes Of course I didn't read it that well, I can see it clearly in the first line that it is used for dishes  Cheesy LOL! Silly me  Roll Eyes


And yay for it making sense Grin

Oh yes! It totally does!! I did read that thoroughly!  Grin
Double YAY!! Cheesy

Thanks for your adjustment advice!  Smiley
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