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To make a nylon netting pot scrubber, cut 1 yard of the material into strips of appropriate size, join them to form a single strip, and use it as a yarn to crochet the scrubber with a crochet hook of H or J sizes. Use a ... More »

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Many websites offer free patterns for crocheted nylon net scrubbers, also known as “scrubbies,” including Ravelry.com, Craftsy.com, MotherEarthNews.com and MakingOurSustainableLife.com. Etsy.com has a selection of croche... More »

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A good resource for learning how to crochet pot scrubbers is Mother Earth News online. The instructions offer patterns and instruction on cutting nylon netting into strips for thread and crocheting different size pot scr... More »

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Scrubbies can be made from cotton yarn, plarn, tulle, nylon yarn or strips of nylon netting. If crocheted, handcrafted scrubbies can be laundered in the washing machine. More »

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To crochet your own dish scrubbies, use cotton yarn or nylon netting, and make 13 to 15 chain stitches using a crochet hook of size H or J. Then, make single crochet stitches in the chain stitches within the first row. C... More »

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