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  1. Here are two different sizes of recycled plastic netting scrubbies that I crocheted. The green one is crocheted using a lettuce netting and the little red one is a produce net along with cotton on every other row. Here is the free recycled plastic diagonal scrubbie pattern for these scrubbies. Enjoy!
  2. I am sharing my latest recycled bag free pattern. The crocheted plarn scrubbie coral is named after sea coral as I think the little scrubbers resemble the coral with their twisted appearance. This is a quick project that only takes 4 plastic bags to complete.
  3. Create a garden for your kitchen by using a variety of colors to make a bunch of these lovely, useful dishcloths. You could make daisies, sunflowers (in photo), or any color flower you like. Included in the pattern are instructions on how to cut the tulle or nylon netting for the scrubber. You'll need about 10 yards of 1.5" wide nylon netting or 10 yards of 3" wide tulle (softer material). The Sunflower Kitchen set isn't quite ready yet but the Sunflower Dishcloth w/ Scrubber is ready. If you buy the Dishcloth Pattern now you will be able to purchase the rest of the set for only $2.00 when I release it. That's a whole entire set of patterns for only $5.00. The Set will be listed for $6.00 when it's finished so you're saving 1 dollar. The pattern can be found on: Ravelry or Etsy. Julee
  4. I've made all of these dish cloths in the past 3-4 days. These work up so quick and make wonderful gifts. I just listed them on etsy. Crossing fingers they sell. This is something I've never sold before. I've sold dish cloths. I've sold scrubbers. I've NEVER sold the 2 in 1 before. Below is an example of the scrubber that is on the other side of all the dish cloths in this thread. [attach]36331[/attach] I used some softer tulle I had to crochet the center of my Blue Ribbon RR Dish cloth. [attach]36327[/attach] Thanks for looking!! Julee
  5. [attach]36237[/attach] Pattern is now available in my Etsy Shop or my Ravelry Shop.
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