How to Crochet a Tawashi – CraftStylish – Sewing, Knitting
Japanese Tawashi, or dish scrubbies, have become popular crochet (and knit) items over the past few years, perhaps because they are small, cute, and useful.
swiffer big green box | Little Bir Secrets
8/18/2014 · It was filled with items that are perfect for my home full of boys. Swiffer sweeper and swiffer dusters are truly a staple in my home. I love the dusters
Top performing products 7/13/11 [Archive] – Prosperent
72 Pony beads I (5.5 mm) Crochet hook Yarn needle NOTES: 1. Read instructions all the way through before beginning bag. 2. At end of pattern read instructions on
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How to Make a Reversible Swiffer Sock – CraftStylish
This Swiffer sock can be used as a duster (ruffly side), mopper (smooth side), and it fits right over your sweeper. I took the photo on the bottom right just in case
Just Another Hang Up: Crocheted Dishcloths
I have also made both crocheted and knit covers for my Swiffer AND my mop! Since I knit a LOT of dish cloths, I save all the bits from the ends of the balls of cotton
How to Hack Your Swiffer – TreeHugger | Your source for
8/27/2007 · We’re still not sure what Gianfranco Zaccai, CEO of the design consultancy that brought us the Swiffer, was smoking when he called P&G;’s best-selling (and
How to Make a Duster Coat | eHow
12/17/2013 · Trace the outline of a pre-made duster coat pattern onto pattern paper. This step is optional if you have pattern-making knowledge. Although making your