Have you ever crocheted with tulle? This was my first time and it was much easier than I thought it would be. 🙂 You just kind of scrunch the tulle down so you can fit it on your hook as you go along and then crochet just as you would with yarn.
I designed a simple Double-Sided Tulle Dish Scrubby and included the pattern below if you’d like to make your own. It’s about 4-1/2 inches in diameter, so there’s plenty to hold onto while you use it. It also matches my Crochet Square Dishcloth in this post.
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Here’s a close up of what I mean by “scrunching” the tulle down to crochet with it.
Here’s my super easy pattern…
Crochet Double-Sided Tulle Dish Scrubby
6-inch wide tulle in 2 colors (about 12 yards of each color)
Large eye blunt end needle for weaving in ends
Stitches used US terms:
Chain – ch
Slip Stitch – ss
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Double Crochet – dc
Note: Chains at beginning of rounds do not count as a stitch.
Ch 3, ss in 1st ch to form a ring.
Round 1: ch 1. work 12 hdc in the ring. Join with ss to 1st sc. (12 stitches)
Round 2: ch 2. work 2 dc in same stitch as ss and in each stitch around. Join with ss to 1st dc. (24 stitches)
Round 3: ch 1. work 1 hdc in same stitch as ss. * 2 hdc in next stitch, hdc in next stitch * Repeat from *to* around to last stitch. 2 hdc in last stitch. Join with ss to 1 st hdc. (36 stitches)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Make another scrubby from 2nd color of tulle but DO NOT fasten off after round 3. Weave in end at beginning of 2nd scrubby.
Place wrong sides of scrubbies together, lining up stitches, and ss through both layers all the way around. Fasten off and weave in end.
Here’s a free PDF for easy printing…
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I hope you enjoy this pattern! If you haven’t crocheted with tulle yet, give it a try. I think you’ll like it. 🙂