Nylon scrubbie

Sep 26, 2008
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Author

Heldasland

Introduction

I came up with the nylon scrubbie in a bid to save my hands from scouring pads when cleaning pans, its very good at removing burnt bits on the pan, it also makes the sink shine !

This very quick and easy pattern has a dual purpose hubbie has me make them for him to use to clean his metal rims of his car,they are abrasive wthout marking the car.

Materials List

10g nylon spool (b&q, stationers, homebase, post offices.)

4.5mm crochet hook.( whatever hook you think works best with the nylon.

Finished Size

not applicable

Gauge

gauge is not given you decide what hook you think suits nylon.What matters is that its made to the way you like it.

Notes

This pattern is really a guide once you have made it this way you can then decide on the size you think is best for your needs.

The Pattern

Very quick and easy once you start using them you will be giving them to friends.

http://heldasland.blogspot.com/2008/09/nylon-scrubbie.html

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LaurieTX1 wrote
on Sep 27, 2008 8:08 PM

These are awesome! Thanks for posting a great pattern and the information on where to find the nylon.

I tore up tule into about 6 inch lengths, knotted them together and crocheted them in the round but your pattern and fabric is FAR better than my own!

THANK YOU!!!!

JoanieC@2 wrote
on Dec 30, 2008 12:50 PM

I love to crochet almost everything. Looking for some new patterns and lots of friends. Joanie

kcrystina wrote
on Jul 17, 2009 9:13 PM

Thanks so much for this pattern. What a neat idea! I know what my grandmother is getting this xmas! LOL

Kcrystina
Mixed Media Jewelry Artist & Crocheter

www.kcrystina.com

Lindajane2 wrote
on Apr 8, 2010 12:28 PM

Hi: I am unable to get the pattern for this scrubbie.  I really like these & its high time I learn to make my own!

Thanks for a super idea.  qltmakr

gotchyedna wrote
on May 21, 2010 1:28 PM

These look like they would be fun to make.  However, I am unable to download them.