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Looking for instructions for crocheted nylon pot scrubber

Posted by budster (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 13, 07 at 18:05

What kind of material is used to make those little nylon scrubbers that a few people are offering for sale? I know they are crocheted and Someone told me it was tulle from the fabric shop...I believe it but can someone provide me with the instructions on the how tos? Like how long to make a strip of tulle or are they buying a certain width and folding over........ Thank you. Budster

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RE: Looking for instructions for crocheted nylon pot scrubber

Hi Budster,

There are quite a few links here for scrubbers of various kinds. I hope you find what you are looking for.


Here is a link that might be useful: Scrubbers

RE: Looking for instructions for crocheted nylon pot scrubber

I make mine with the old netting. not the fine stuff you find now. I cut 1 1/2 - 2 inch strip and just use the chain st. I make mine round. After you get it as large as you want, then you decrease. I leave a long two or three inch tail and then poke it into the scrubber. This makes a nice firm scrubber.
Thanks for the site. I might try the square ones, but I really like the round ones. Once you try it you'll figure it out.

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