Learn How to Crochet - Spiral Scrubbie Tutorial (Dishcloth Washcloth Tribble Tawashi Scrubby)

Donna Wolfe from Naztazia http://naztazia.com shows you how to crochet spiral scrubbies, also known as dishcloths, washcloths, and tawashi. These crocheted items are great for beginners and advanced users and make wonderful gifts for babies, children, even adults.

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Video made with permission from Ms. Judith Prindle. Pattern from her awesome website: http://crochetpatternsonly.blogspot.com/2009/06/spiral-scrubbie.html

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):

Q. Can I use nylon netting?
A. Yes! It works great. So do the newer scrubbie yarns.

Q. What size hook are you using? What type of yarn?
A. H (5 mm hook). I've made these with many different types of yarn over the years. But Sugar n Cream 100% cotton yarn is what I used for the sample photos you see on my website.

Q. Can I make the scrubbie bigger?
A. You can make a scrubbie bigger and still use the same pattern by doing a few things. 1) You can use a larger crochet hook, which will increase the size of each stitch - thereby increasing the final product. 2) You can use thicker yarn (or even double the yarn) - thus also increasing the final product. 3) You can use a thicker yarn and a larger crochet hook. 4) You can also modify the pattern - perhaps add 5 chains at the beginning row and add 5 more rows to the pattern.

Photos, video © 2009 Naztazia® Written pattern © Judith Prindle. Music by the very talented Kevin McLeod at http://www.incompetech.com"