Created by: tkdshine
Project

Babyboo Spa Cloth

What are you most proud of? I took this recently on a 4-day trip and it worked wonderfully! Light and soft, it scrubbed away all the day's grime and I felt great! The hanger is great for letting it air dry, and the yarn can be thrown in the washer and dryer and comes out super soft! A little fuzzy, but great! Can't wait to try using the 3-color one- it's super thick! I've just gotta cast on another one after using this one! :D What advice would you give someone starting this project? Do NOT use 100% cotton and just leave it to dry in the shower. It will get real ugly real quick! This bamboo/acrylic mix is the way to go.

You Can Make This

tkdshine made Babyboo Spa Cloth with:

Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style

Online Class

Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style

with Jennifer Hansen

  • I used Knit One Crochet Too's Babyboo in Aqua
  • with a 6.0 mm hook.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I took this recently on a 4-day trip and it worked wonderfully! Light and soft, it scrubbed away all the day's grime and I felt great! The hanger is great for letting it air dry, and the yarn can be thrown in the washer and dryer and comes out super soft! A little fuzzy, but great! Can't wait to try using the 3-color one- it's super thick! I've just gotta cast on another one after using this one! :D What advice would you give someone starting this project? Do NOT use 100% cotton and just leave it to dry in the shower. It will get real ugly real quick! This bamboo/acrylic mix is the way to go.

Q&A with tkdshine

Jennifer Hansen asked:
This one is beautiful too. :o)
tkdshine answered:
Thank you! (:

Skill Level

Beginner

Get your first class for only $14.99

Get your first class for only $14.99