Guest post by Vicky Morgan
The prizes for bingo the other night at church were dish scrubbies and crocheted dish cloths. I won but gave mine to the next winner and just asked for the pattern. I've always wanted to make one of these and now I'm on a roll!
The wonderful friend who gave me the pattern said I could pass it on. So here it is with a warning: Making these can be addictive. You will be making one for yourself, your kids, and your friends. They will love you unconditionally. Just letting you know!
Use Nylon Net (comes by the yard at places like Joanne's or you can buy it here on Amazon)
cut into 2-3 inch wide strips- (I like to tie the strips together as I cut them and roll into a ball).
chain 4 and slip to form a circle
Working in rounds
Row 1- 4 sc in circle (do not turn)
Row 2- 2 sc in each stitch- 8 sts.
Row 3- 2 sc in each stitch - 16 sts.
Row 4- 2 sc in each stitch - 32 sts.
Row 5 & 6 - 1 sc in each stitch -32 sts,
Row 8- 1 sc in every other stitch -16 st.
Row 9- 1 sc in every other stitch - 8 sts.
Row 10-1 sc in every other stitch -4 sts.
Slip stitches together to close off the circle.
Thanks so much, Vicky, for the fun post! I love to crochet and I can see how this really could become addictive! Scrubbies everywhere! They'd make cute bridal shower and/or housewarming gifts. ...Sinea ♥