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I've had the honor of having so many of you email me with your Plum Street finishes, and I wanted to let you know that it's always very exciting - and humbling - when I receive your pictures.
Pat's Crocheted Scrubbie By Pat Linn, Saskatchewan, Canada Supplies One crochet hook (I used 5.50) Nylon netting cut into 2 inch strips about 8 to12 strips of 72 inches ea. (Approx. 60 feet) This netting can be purchased by the yard at any fabric or dept. store that carries crafts/fabric. Notes: Strips may be joined by creating a slipknot. Fold the end of a strip over 1" and cut a 1/2" slit across the fold.
This is a great kitchen scrubber. It won't scratch non-stick, and is very effective! Here is what you will need:
I know there is about a million of these patterns out there but this is my families favorite thing i make so I thought i would share [IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b384/marnie413/th_100_0535.jpg[/IMG] Marnie’s Nylon Netting Pot Scrubber 15 yards of nylon netting (not tulle) I buy it this way because I hate tying the ends.
Scrubbies are nice to use and they’re simple to make too! These are handy in the kitchen for washing dishes and gentle enough to use on appliances and counter tops. Also tuck a few into your cleaning bucket since they wipe away fingerprints and scuffs found around the house (fine to use on painted walls). I love making these (they’re so quick & easy!)