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Nylon yarn & hook you like
Ch 4, 17 dc in 3rd chain from hook.
End off. Make a second to match but do not end off second one.
Ch 4 (counts as first dc plus ch 1), and through both thicknesses, dc, ch 1 around.
end off. You are done!
Posted by Anastacia on Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at 2/21/2006 04:25:00 PM | Permalink
Where do you find nylon yarn? Every where I have been looks to me as I'm dumb.
Posted by elizabeth |
10/24/2008 02:54:00 PM
You can buy toile in 6" inch widths and cut it in half. This will be just about right for crocheting a scrubbie. You can also buy nylon netting by the yard and cut it like you want. Good Luck,Janet
Posted by SewingSistaSews |
1/01/2009 11:25:00 AM
I get my nylon string (not yarn) at the local hardware store, it comes in many colors
Posted by Anonymous |
2/09/2009 04:19:00 AM
if wow gold and maple story mesos wow gold
Posted by reyt |
7/07/2009 09:24:00 PM
I found my 6" tube of tulle on e-bay. It sold for $2.60 a spool. I cut mine into 2 in wide.Measure off and use a utility cutting knife found at the dollar store in hardware. They have many beautiful colors.
Posted by erm101 |
3/16/2010 09:47:00 PM
that would be "tulle" not "toile". Toile is a French-originated patterned fabric,definitely not a net. Tulle is the very fine soft net used in bridal veils/rice bags & wouldn't be as sturdy as nylon netting.
Posted by judyjudyjudy |
12/22/2010 06:07:00 PM
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