Crocheted Pot Scrubber

By madelyn himmelberger 1

I would like instructions for making nylon net scrubbies.

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By Vicki 24 428 Flag

October 8, 2010

Type in "free crochet patterns" on the internet and see what you come up with. I used to be a member of a site that had free patterns, but I don't remember what it was called.

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By Lovely Linda 1 Flag

September 23, 2011

Try:

www.allfreecrochet.com

www.bestfreecrochet.com

www.crochetnmore.com

www.favecrafts.com

www.crochetmemories.com

Also, any of the web sites for the yarn companies (Lion Brand; Red Heart; Caron; etc.) usually have free patterns. And as "thriftyvicki" stated, just type in "free crochet patterns". You'll be surprised at what you get.

Good luck on your adventure! Linda.

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By tasana 3 20 Flag

October 10, 2011

Here is an easy pattern with pics and video.

http://noelwright.blogspot.com/2011 ... attern-for-crochet-pot-scrubber.html

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Archive: Tulle Scrubbies - Crocheting a Pot Scrubber

Does anyone have a pattern for knitting kitchen "scrubbies" from tulle? These are awesome for removing bugs from your car bumper without scratching!

Pam from Wisconsin

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RE: Tulle Scrubbies

Here's a website I found. Hope this helps!
http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/scrubbie.html (07/28/2005)

By carolb

RE: Tulle Scrubbies

Creative Knitting e-letter with Bobbie Matela has them. Vol. 2, No. 9, July 8, 2005. (07/29/2005)

By gardenway

Crocheting a Pot Scrubber

Someone asked for instructions on how to make a pot scrubber. The website at http://www.knitting-crochet.com/crochet/nylpot.html will teach you how. They also have instructions on how to make baby blankets, pony tail scrunchies, perky snood. It's a very useful site.

By jean (08/08/2005)

By ThriftyFun

Archive: Crochet Pot Scrubber


I would like the pattern for crocheted nylon net pot scrubbies, starting out with a chain five.

Lilynun from Paragould, AR

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RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

The web site http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com has an index of crochet patterns including pot scrubbers. (02/16/2007)

By Stickylynn

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Kitchen Scrubbies

2 1/2 yards of nylon net will make 4 scrubbies (net comes 72-inches wide)

Fold net twice in half lengthwise.
Fold in half (crosswise) and cut. That will give you 2 pieces.
Each of these will get cut in half again. This will give you 4 pieces.
Each of these 4 pieces will get cut again. Now you have 8 pieces.
Leave theses pieces folded as they are and cut each piece into three strips.
Now you should have 24 strips about 3-4 inches wide and 72" long.

One scrubbie takes 6 strips tied together at the end.

Using size K crochet hook:

Chain 5 and then slip stitch together. Chain 1 and then do 1 SC in same hole. Do 2 SC in each hole until you have 20 stitches. Do 1 SC in each hole until you come to the last knot. Do 5 SC past the last knot then decrease by doing SC in every other stitch until you have a 1-inch opening. Turn inside out (all the knots will now be on the inside) then continue to SC in every other stitch until it is closed. Pull last stitch tight and stuff end inside the scrubbie.
(02/17/2007)

By luvmybge

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

The nylon netting can be found online at www.knitsandbitsbylinda.com/nylon-netting.html. (02/17/2007)

By Ladybug

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

You can buy the nylon tulle (netting) at JoAnn fabrics. They have tons of colors to choose from. At my local JoAnn's it runs about .99cents a yard.. but often goes on sale, so watch for the sale. (07/31/2007)

By lil' Helper

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Use size K crochet hook and 2 yards of netting to make 5 scrubbies. Crochet in the back stitch throughout.

Fold nylon netting by holding ends of 2 yards lengthwise.
Fold until small (approx 2 - 2 1/2"), then cut 2" pieces, until all of 2 yards is cut. Tie 6 of these pieces together for 1 scrubbie.

Then begin by:

Chain 5 and join to make circle.
Do 2 single crochets in each of the 5 chains and in each stitch until you pass the 2nd knot in the netting (there will be 3 knots on the back side which includes the beginning knot to start chain). Now, do one single crochet in each stitch until you have just passed the last knot. Turn work inside out and stuff all knot endings inside. Now decrease by doing 1 single crochet in every other stitch until opening closes up. Then pull through all loops and pull remaining end to inside of scrubbie. (08/31/2007)

By Dawn

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/scrubbers.php
Lots of patterns for pot scrubbies! (12/04/2007)

By MCW

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Please give me more detailed instructions as I am new to crochet, i.e. tie 6 pieces together. One knot or tie each piece together? How do you incorporate net into chain stitch? What do you use, yarn or crochet thread?
Thanks a lot!(from Dawn) (12/12/2007)

By Nancy

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Thanks to all who sent directions. I am making them now. (12/12/2007)

By Lilynun

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

I have been trying to crochet with the nylon net (to make a pot scrubber) and have been unable to do so. When I try to do this, I am catching my hook in the holes of the net. What am I doing wrong? It looks so simple but I have given up.
Thank you. (02/11/2008)

By Mary.

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Thank you all for your help in finding the tulle pot/dish scrubbies. 2 years ago I bought 6 from a lady in Ohio. I moved 1.5 years ago to CA and have not been able to find someone to crochet them for me (for pay), or a pattern so I can do my own. They are the BEST! Thank you. (04/12/2008)

By Leslie

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Well I had purchased some netting today. I thought I would cut the 6 strips (2" wide) tied them together and tried crocheting to make a circle (but what a disaster). Do you fold the strips in half and then crochet them? Can someone
guide me in the right direction please? The netting (rough material) was on sale at Joann's today. It looks so simple, but where did I go wrong? Help!
Wanda from Massachusetts (06/16/2008)

By Miss Crafty Knitter

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Cutting the netting that comes by the yard can be a real hassle. I used to do it that way for years. It took quite awhile to get a system worked out using my cutting mat and a rotary cutter. I make and sell scrubbies from my website ( http://www.knitsandbitsbylinda.com/scrubbers.html ) so I needed a way to get the job done quickly.

Then I was contacted by a company who makes the nylon netting. I am able to buy wholesale (since I am a business) and not only that, they cut it and roll it onto spools for me. I now offer the spools for sale to customers who want to make the scrubbies themselves (@ http://www.knitsandbitsbylinda.com/nylon-netting.html.) I have 32 colors to choose from. The spools are 3" wide by 40yds long, enough to get 3 double sided scrubbers from each spool, following my pattern, which I include free with every order of netting spools.

To answer the question on how to work with the netting: once the strips are cut and tied together (or use my spools) you use the netting as if it were a yarn by scrunching it up over your fingers like yarn would flow (see picture). It is rough material and stiffer than yarn. It does take some getting used to but once you get the hang of it you'll be able to whip these things out in no time! Hope that helps. (07/01/2008)

By Linda

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RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

Has anyone given you a pattern? I would chine 5 single ch and connect. And double in this hole 8 times. Next roll I would Double ch two times in each double stitch. Do this until you have the size you want. Then drop a stitch every other time until you get to the last 5 stitches. Poke net into hole. (08/09/2008)

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

I'm new to crochet and want to make those little pot scrubbies. Can you help? Also, how do you tie the nylon pieces together? Thanks. Crawsi AT aol.com (11/27/2008)

By crawsi

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

We have just found some scrubbie mesh at Joann fabrics-it's stiffer than the nylon net - however, you have to cut it in 1" strips instead of 2".
Also, my husband made a frame (similar to a quilting frame) out of conduit and conduit ends. Wind the net (cut in 36" width) around the frame - pinning tightly - then unscrew two of the "corners", slide the net off, and cut with rotary cutter. It takes a while, but once you get the hang of it it goes pretty fast. (12/19/2008)

By Melba E.

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

You can purchase spools of 2 inch net in all colors, from www.knitsandbitsbylinda.com. She has patterns and scrubbies for sale. Watch you tube on how to crochet a heart and crochet nylon heart shaped scrubbies for Valentine's day. (01/06/2009)

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber


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<img src="/images/articles/winner.jpg" align="left" width="72" height="77">I crochet my own pot scrubbers but to keep them handy and dry, I have added a band on the one side. Just chain a loop from one side to the other and add a couple rows of single or half double crochet.

To do the actual pot scrubber, I purchase 16 meters of the heaviest netting. Cutting it in 3 3/4 inch strips is the challenge. I lay a large flat cardboard across my bed or table with the chalk lines on it. I fold the netting back and forth like folding a large fan (accordion style) and pin each fold every time to keep it straight and flat. This will save you a lot of grief in the end by keeping the strips straight and even. Take a ruler and draw the chalk lines across. Cut and roll each strip into individual balls ready to make one scrubber. To roll the ball quickly, just wrap the netting around a cracker box into loops, slide the loops off of the box, squeeze the loops together like the figure eight and wind a few wraps in the center to keep it from unraveling. These long balls are now ready to take in your car to fill idle time as a passenger or just keep handy to crochet while watching TV or talking on the phone.

Using a 5mm crochet hook, I crochet one circle beginning at one end of the ball and the other circle beginning at the other end, leaving enough (two or so meters) to join them together. The circles consist of 6 chains, join, then two double crochet in the back of every stitch (sometimes one). Just lay flat and adjust to keep it flat. Keep going in a pinwheel fashion until it is about 3 to 4 inches across. Make them both about the same size and single crochet together with the right sides out. It will resemble a flat hamburger patty. Weave the ends into the scrubber for added strength and scrubbing power. Crochet the handle and you are done! Keep your scrubber handy and dry by hanging it on your drinking tap out of the way. I also have a small flowerpot with drain holes to keep them in. These scrubbers are non-scratching and Teflon safe.

By Joyce from Regina, Sask.

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I am adding a photo of the folded, pinned, cut and rolled netting. Joyce (01/02/2008)

By Joycer

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

To keep my hands from getting sore, I use a large enough hook so that the netting does not pull too tight and rub as I crochet. My finger only gets one sore spot after making three or four scrubbers, by then I have had enough. I also rub a lotion, usually Alfred's Bees Wax Skin Cream into my hands to protect them. To have variety, I like to alternate between braiding hangers and crocheting scrubbers. It is also impossible to wear my wedding rings as they keep snagging the netting. I have one other thing that I do to get an easy grip on the crochet hook and that is to take the rubber gripper off of a pen and slide it onto the hook. This makes crocheting almost effortless. (01/02/2008)

By Joycer

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I purchase the netting at Fabricland. Most fabric stores should sell this. It is the heavier netting of two kinds sold. It looks similar to the tulle that they use for weddings so don't get the tulle. The tulle is too fine and rips apart if you try to crochet with it. Thanks for your interest. (01/08/2008)

By Joycer

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I have a pattern for crochet pot scrubbers that takes 3 yards of net and it makes 8. I cut the strips 2 inches wide. You tie the 4 pieces together from each strip. Chain 5, join. sc to first knot, 2 in each hole. Then sc in every hole until you get to the last knot. Then sc in every other hole until you are about to close. Stuff anything extra you have in now, it makes it fuller and stronger, then close and knot. Whatever tail you have left, stuff in it. I use the rotary cutter to cut the net. It is so much easier. I usually buy 48 to 100 plus yards at a time. I sell them for 1.00 like hot cakes. Lots of shows sell them for 1.50. (04/06/2008)

By Eenie48

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber


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Crocheted Pot Scrubber
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<img src="/images/articles/winner.jpg" align="left" width="72" height="77">I crochet my own pot scrubbers, but to keep them handy and dry, I have added a band on the one side. Just chain a loop from one side to the other and add a couple rows of single or half double crochet.

To do the actual pot scrubber, I purchase 16 meters of the heaviest netting. Cutting it in 3 3/4 inch strips is the challenge. I lay a large flat cardboard across my bed or table with the chalk lines on it. I fold the netting back and forth like folding a large fan (accordion style) and pin each fold every time to keep it straight and flat. This will save you a lot of grief in the end by keeping the strips straight and even. Take a ruler and draw the chalk lines across. Cut and roll each strip into individual balls ready to make one scrubber. To roll the ball quickly, just wrap the netting around a cracker box into loops, slide the loops off of the box, squeeze the loops together like the figure eight and wind a few wraps in the center to keep it from unraveling. These long balls are now ready to take in your car to fill idle time as a passenger or just keep handy to crochet while watching TV or talking on the phone.

Using a 5mm crochet hook, I crochet one circle beginning at one end of the ball and the other circle beginning at the other end, leaving enough (two or so meters) to join them together. The circles consist of 6 chains, join, then two double crochet in the back of every stitch (sometimes one). Just lay flat and adjust to keep it flat. Keep going in a pinwheel fashion until it is about 3 to 4 inches across. Make them both about the same size and single crochet together with the right sides out. It will resemble a flat hamburger patty. Weave the ends into the scrubber for added strength and scrubbing power. Crochet the handle and you are done. Keep your scrubber handy and dry by hanging it on your drinking tap out of the way. I also have a small flowerpot with drain holes to keep them in. These scrubbers are non-scratching and Teflon safe.

By Joyce from Regina, SK

<img src="http://www.thriftyfun.com/images/articles30/Scrubber300x225.jpg" alt="Scrubber300x225.jpg" width="300" height="225">

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I am adding a photo of the folded, pinned, cut and rolled netting. Joyce (01/02/2008)

By Joycer

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

To keep my hands from getting sore, I use a large enough hook so that the netting does not pull too tight and rub as I crochet. My finger only gets one sore spot after making three or four scrubbers, by then I have had enough. I also rub a lotion, usually Alfred's Bees Wax Skin Cream into my hands to protect them. To have variety, I like to alternate between braiding hangers and crocheting scrubbers. It is also impossible to wear my wedding rings as they keep snagging the netting. I have one other thing that I do to get an easy grip on the crochet hook and that is to take the rubber gripper off of a pen and slide it onto the hook. This makes crocheting almost effortless. (01/02/2008)

By Joycer

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I purchase the netting at Fabricland. Most fabric stores should sell this. It is the heavier netting of the two kinds sold. It looks similar to the tulle that they use for weddings, so don't get the tulle. The tulle is too fine and rips apart if you try to crochet with it. Thanks for your interest. (01/08/2008)

By Joycer

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I have a pattern for crochet pot scrubbers that takes 3 yards of net and it makes 8. I cut the strips 2 inches wide. You tie the 4 pieces together from each strip. Chain 5, join. Then single crochet (sc) to first knot, 2 in each hole. Then sc in every hole until you get to the last knot. Then sc in every other hole until you are about to close. Stuff anything extra you have in now, it makes it fuller and stronger, then close and knot. Whatever tail you have left, stuff in it. I use the rotary cutter to cut the net. It is so much easier. I usually buy 48 to 100 plus yards at a time. I sell them for $1.00. They go like hot cakes. Lots of shows sell them for $1.50. (04/06/2008)

By Eenie48

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I would like to have the instructions on how to make knitted or crocheted pot scrubbers. What material is used to make them? It's not a wool and seems rougher then a Phentex yarn. It has a kind of shine to it. Thanks.

By GailDarlene from Toronto, Ontario

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RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

How to Crochet a Nylon Net Scrubbie - Tutorial and Pattern!

http://cakesmix.blogspot.com/2008/10/how-to-crochet-nylon-net-scrubbie.html
(02/05/2009)

By MCW

RE: Crochet Pot Scrubber

The scrubbies are made from 1/2 yard of the roughest nylon net (not soft tulle or soft feeling net) that you can find. I usually buy several yards at a time.

Cut each 1/2 yard into 3 inch strips and tie in a knot each of the 6 strips together to make one long piece. I use my rotary cutter and the cutting goes fast.

Using K hook, chain 4, sc in beginning chain and then add another to the same chain. Continue to do 2 sc in each stitch until you have used 2 strips, then 1 sc in each stitch through strips 3,4,5, and first 4 stitches of strip 6. At this point, turn the scrubbie inside out with all the knots and tails on the inside. Begin to decrease by 1 sc in every other stitch until the hole closes up. Then chain 2, tuck the tail inside the remaining hole.

This is not much of a pattern. It takes about 20 minutes to do one after you get used to them. They will make your fingers a little rough feeling until you get them toughened up. (02/07/2009)

By Naomi

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I fell in love with plastic yarn for making my scrubbies and dishcloths with a scrubby in the center.

Plastic yarn is made from grocery bags, bread bags, etc. Refold your bag to it's natural state, cut off the handles and sealed bottom. Unfold the bag and smooth it out. Draw a 1/2" line along one uncut edge. Make 1" marks along the other edge.

Cut (a rotary cutter, ruler and mat work fantastically) across the bag to the mark on the other side. Continue doing this down the length of the bag. When you've finished cutting, lift the bag up at the top and bottom along the uncut edge. Set down on a smooth surface with the uncut portion in the center. Using scissors begin cutting diagonally across the uncut area from the edge of one strip to the edge of the next strip. *As the strips are cut you will see a string of cut plastic unfold. Roll into a ball and use as you would any other yarn.

Knit or crochet with any pattern you choose to make your scrubby. I use a basic circular pattern, after starting with a ch 5 for the beginning. Making it as large a piece as I want but keeping it around 4 - 5". Most times I use a hdc stitch for my scrubbies and generally use an around the post stitch every other round/row to give it a little more rough texture.

Oh, when rolling the ball I try to sprinkle some talc powder on the pile of plastic. Seems to make it work better when I'm crocheting. (05/30/2009)

By pauprint

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How do I make pot scrubbers using netting?

By toula

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I make mine by crocheting them in a circle. I just keep going round and round till it is the size I want. It will irritate your skin though. It is scratchy. (08/04/2009)

By mom-from-missouri

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Have never made one but it seems to me you don't need to crochet them and that scrunching the netting up randomly in to a ball, making sure the edges are towards the inside of the ball, and then staple a time or two in the center or secure with a rubber band tightly in the center would work and it would be super easy.

Thanks for asking the question cause now I have a use for collected netting from gifts, etc. (08/06/2009)

By Deeli

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

crochetpatterncentral.com

This site has everything. (08/09/2009)

By HeyItsMeDom

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I bought a pot scrubber that was made from yarn and maybe nylon net. It is small, just right to hold in your hand. Does anyone have instructions as to how to make these pot scrubbers?

By Nancy B from Central City, KY

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The best yarn to use is polyester. But it's not very easy to find. Sometimes it's sold as "rug-yarn". It's what most people make the strong scrubbers from. This polyester yarn is kind of stiff and will last a long time. But the pot scrubbers I'm talking about are not made with nylon netting. These pads are basically just a flat pillow with no stuffing (2 sections) crocheted together around the edges.

I do lots of Christmas craft shows and have seen these polyester pads sold at several craft shows and have asked the crafters what type of yarn they use and they all said 100% polyester. They are crocheted using a simple single-crochet stitch in a rectangle or round shape. you make 2 that match then stack them and crochet them together around the edges. Sometimes people will put soap slivers in the center before crocheting them together.

I can't help you with a pattern for the ones made with netting, but I will say that if you are looking for a nice durable and long-lasting cord, go to a shop that sells fishing supplies and buy netting cord (the kind that is used to mend or make fishing nets). (02/18/2010)

By Cyinda

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Try this link: http://www.knitting-crochet.com/crochet/nylpot.html

It is just crocheting with a cotton yarn and strips of nylon held together. You can find a number of "scrubbies" patterns on the internet, but you can really do it with any pattern you like. Also try using hemp or jute. Get the smallest size you can find so it will dry easily and find a pattern you like. (02/19/2010)

By oldlinda

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Once upon a time, I had no scrubber for my pots and skillets, so I put together a single crochet stitch square. I covered it with some old onion netting and tied it together with a small length of yarn and knotted it.

It actually works better than the brand I have been been using. The great thing is it is recycling and keeping the items from a landfill at least for a while.

I have also found potato netting makes a good scrubber. Aluminum foil balled up makes a good scrubber for metal things, but not for things that need a nylon scrubber only. I didn't have any foil at the time so that is why I made my own out of the onion netting and the crochet square.

By Robyn Fed from Hampton, TN

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Can someone please share with me instructions on crocheting pot scrubbers?

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

View archives at bottom. There have been numerous requests for crocheted pot scrubbers. (05/10/2010)

By MCW

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

These are my two favorite patterns for a crocheted scrubbie. Neither are made using the nylon netting, but rather "needlepoint" yarn. I place them in the dishwasher to clean them and they last forever.

dishclothcorner.blogspot.com

jpfun.com

For a useful bridal shower gift I make a scrubbie, crochet dishcloth, kitchen towel, crochet hotpad and potholders, and included a bottle of dishsoap. (05/12/2010)

By Karen Sue

Archive: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

I'm looking for a pattern for crocheted pot scrubbers made from tulle material.

By Carrie from Peru, NY

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RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

If you don't like this pattern, use the Find link on this website and type in your request. Also, lots of Archives at the bottom of this page.

cakesmix.blogspot.com" (06/16/2010)

By MCW

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Here's another pattern:

crochetpatternsonly.blogspot.com (06/16/2010)

By didough

RE: Crocheted Pot Scrubber

Use heavy duty nylon netting, not tulle. That will not hold up for one sink of dishes. (06/16/2010)

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