1. Tawashi starts out like this, 2. Fold one corner in..., 3. Then fold the other corner in..., 4. Slip stitch that seam together., 5. With a needle and tail end of yarn sew both open ends closed, 6. Voila tawashi! Created with fd's Flickr Toys
Learn how to crochet these cotton crochet face scrubbies. They are fast and easy, great for using up yarn scraps and very eco friendly! The cotton yarn does great in the wash and creates a gentle exfoliation.
Please note: This listing is for the pdf pattern only and not the actual blanket. I have reworked this pattern to make it much easier and it is now only 6 rounds for each square and all with easy repeats! And another bonus - your squares should not need to be blocked when finished - win win!!! I hope you enjoy the new re-worked version of my pattern. (I have kept the original rounds in the pattern so you can choose which you prefer but I am sure you will agree that the new reworked version…
It’s time to think about unique gift ideas, and homemade gifts are the best! You see, about a month ago, I asked my readers what they would love to see in the future on the Sitcom. And I had so many wonderful suggestions. This week, I am creating one of those suggestions! Vicki said: The