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First chain and swatch into dry mop!

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Crochet Lab: Basic Techniques & Patterns taught by Vickie Howell

Perfect for the beginning crocheter, this fun class teaches you basic crochet stitches and how to put them together to create anything.

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Category Crocheting
Style Eco-Friendly
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What materials did you use? Red Heart worsted weight acrylic yarn in black

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What are you most proud of? Now I don't have to buy dry mop pads, I can just wash my crochet cover.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Probably using a natural fiber would better stand up to repeated washings; however, the natural fiber yarn may shrink in the wash so I would make it a tad loose so that it continued to fit the Swiffer.

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what a fantastic idea; this makes a great eco friendly gift too!

11/25/2012 Flag

Thanks for the idea, going to make one out of cotton.

02/02/2013 Flag

Love the idea

02/14/2014 Flag

Love it! I have a lot of cotton yarn that was sure what do with it , thanks for idea

03/16/2014 Flag