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Crochet Cotton Dish Sponge

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That is one of my favorite patterns and I make them whenever I only have a small amount of cotton left. A very unique and handy substitute to the dish cloth!

 

Sara

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This is one of the patterns i have recently printed out so i can make some of them for my kitchen swap partner ... I hope i get a chance to finish it all in time .

Thanks for sharing the link

hugs

Lillibet

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Very neat gizmos! Thanks for the link!

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they are very pretty and a great idea to use up small amounts of yarn :clap

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these would be great with a dishcloth and hotpad, as a gift set.

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Thanks for sharing the link!

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Great link. Nice way to use up small pieces of sugar & cream.

Thanks for posting!

 

girlangel

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Very interesting. I'm sitting here wondering if there's a way to add something a bit scratchy to the surface. Some nylon netting? Or maybe start with a rectangle of nylon netting and build the other side with crochet? They'd wash like a dream and I could have a ton of them without spending a fortune.

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I was thinking of that type of thing myself last night , MaryPat.

I am sure you could use different types of yarn, different stitchs, change the size, all very easily.

You could do one side with nylon yarn/nettings, acrylic (depending what you like for scrubbie side, and then the other with a regular cotton. Or carry the netting with the cotton one side , carry it under on the other side etc.

Lots of ideas!

 

blessings,

Kath

 

Very interesting. I'm sitting here wondering if there's a way to add something a bit scratchy to the surface. Some nylon netting? Or maybe start with a rectangle of nylon netting and build the other side with crochet? They'd wash like a dream and I could have a ton of them without spending a fortune.

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those are neat....

Thanks....

Trish

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Well, at the risk of my kitchen swap partner seeing this... (and everyone posting this and the circular scrubbie patterns have totally ruined my surprise for her :P LOL). I did make the dish sponge in nylon yarn, and modified the pattern to make just sc, not hdc, since it's so dang hard to work with. I have a scraped knuckle where the yarn was wrapped over my left hand. Maybe she'll let us know if the nylon works better than the cotton (she's getting both SHHHH!). Patty

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I got a pattern to make a dish scrubber with tulle and cotton yarn. Have tried to knit that scrubber and use the knitted as a disposable scrubber and as an alternative to my purchased kitchen scrubber. Work pretty good!

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What a nice pattern.  Will be making a few of these for gift baskets.  Thanks so much.  Barbara

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does anyone have a new link for the original as it is now a dead end?

 

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