Fortune's Shawlette was inspired by the ubiquitous corner to corner stitch, aka the diagonal box stitch. But of course I had to add my own twist to the idea, creating a lacier, more open, summer ready stitch pattern. And boy, did it earn it's name! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. One skein of Knit Picks Fingering Hawthorne Fingering was used... and in the end, there was only 1 yard left over! Good fortune indeed! And while I was crocheting it, the stitch pattern reminded me…
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Top Picks: 20 free crochet cloth and scrubby patterns
I set out this year to make new scrubbies each week. Here are the first 20 free crochet patterns. Some are new designs from me and others are by favorite designers. All are great and easy patterns. Patterns Click the photos below for each pattern. Keep following my weekly scrubby adventure by subscribing to [...]
Double Sided, Extra Thick Scrubby for Bath & Kitchen - Maria's Blue Crayon
I remember years ago, my mom and I stocked up on Sugar ‘n Cream cotton yarn at Michael’s when they had it on sale. We got home and worked up our very first dish clothes. We compared our stitches, and hypothesized which ones we thought would work the best. Primarily, we made them for...Read More
Dreamz wooden crochet hooks are Maggie's favorite! If you have nylon tulle at home, you can cut it into strips for this project, or you can buy these pre-cut rolls! Nylon Pot Scrubber #FP147 Abbreviations beg - beginning hdc - half double crochet ch - chain sl st - slip stitch dc - double crochet sp(s) - sp