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Clean Sweep Sweeper Cover


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The Clean Sweep floor-sweeper cover is an eco-friendly and portable project that is a useful alternative to the ubiquitous dishcloth. It is knit out of a machine-washable, 100% cotton yarn. Designed to slip on and off a swiveling floor-sweeper, Clean Sweep is fun and quick to knit. It replaces the expensive throw-away cloths, cleans the floor and can then be washed and ready again for action. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Little bit of sewing - running stitch or slip-stitch crochet joining method (instructions included) GAUGE 20 sts /29 rows = 4"/10cm in St st SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10"/25.5cm x 4.5"/11.5cm (16.75"/42.5cm x 5"/12.5cm) Floor Sweeper SUGGESTED YARN 130 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Dishie

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  • Needles - US 7 (4.5 mm)
  • 100% cotton yarn, 130(180) yards
  • Optional - contrast yarn - Approx. 5 (10) yards -

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I have been addicted to designing knits since my first knitted creation, a sleeveless, cabled dress, was such a hit with my Barbie dolls. Quite a few decades have passed since then, and I am as captivated now as then, by the knitting process and what can be created with a little inspiration, tenacity and a few skeins of yarn. Though now primarily a knitter, I learned to sew at about the same time. Early in my childhood, I fell asleep many nights to the tune of my mother's old Singer sewing machine and I was thrilled when she used it to teach me to sew! She loved to embellish many of her sewn items with hand embroidery. One of my brother's shirts had an embroidered fishing fly on the pocket, and my sister and I had embroidery on collars and hems. I am grateful to have been taught by such an accomplished and creative sewist!