Continuing on with more eco-friendly projects, and a year of #smallchangesinstead, today I’m sharing an eco-friendly dish scrubber you can make while you’re streaming a movie.
– Jute string – K crochet hook
Start by doubling your jute string and creating a slip knot. There is no need to double up if you’re using a different material.
Chain stitch 15 stitches.
Yarn over and single crochet 15 times.
Repeat the last step 14 times. Tie a knot on the last stitch.
Whenever you need to add more string, just cut more, double it up as you’ve done before, then double knot the pieces together, and cut off excess.
Yes! Like I mentioned in the supplies list, you can absolutely use sisal instead. Sisal is also a great sustainable material to use.