Went To Michaels

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Went To Michaels
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Thu, 09-06-2012 - 9:59pm

To look at their clearance boxes and found 2 unusual yarns .  Well unusual for me.

  They are cotton cloths in strips called Sugar and Cream Scrubby on clearance sale. Decided to try and crochet them into my first ever dishcloths.  Very unusual to crochet with . I made 1 and finished  it.  

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Fri, 09-07-2012 - 3:42pm

looked at hobby lobby here and could not see anything that said scrubby. i love to just walk around that store it has so many neat things.

there is a michael's in savannah but i rarely go there anymore, hobby lobby is much more convenient.

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Fri, 09-07-2012 - 4:07pm
wolfiesrule wrote:

Well duh.. on me...I went and reread your post and that is what you said...strips of cloth..LOL

sometimes I'm slow..

   yes strips of cloth ...really thin strips.  Never seen them before. Of course I never stayed long in the yarn section. they are so pretty. 

 

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Registered: 08-08-2003
Fri, 09-07-2012 - 4:29pm

I've used sugar and cream for dishcloths but never heard of scrubby.  Wonder if it's coarser?

Have you seen the things crocheted out of plastic bag strips?  I tried that but it got too overwhelming so it's not finished.

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Fri, 09-07-2012 - 4:31pm
grammyellen wrote:

looked at hobby lobby here and could not see anything that said scrubby. i love to just walk around that store it has so many neat things.    maybe that is why it is on clearance at michaels here.

there is a michael's in savannah but i rarely go there anymore, hobby lobby is much more convenient.    understand for it being nearer to you.

 

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Registered: 10-16-2002
Fri, 09-07-2012 - 8:36pm
sweetrose007x wrote:
jammin2bach wrote:
sweetrose007x wrote:

To look at their clearance boxes and found 2 unusual yarns .  Well unusual for me.

  They are cotton cloths in strips called Sugar and Cream Scrubby on clearance sale. Decided to try and crochet them into my first ever dishcloths.  Very unusual to crochet with . I made 1 and finished  it.  

Nice, Aileen!  Are the strips wider than regular yarn?   ...no not wide

I really want to see a pic of one of your dishcloths! will try again on this.

Know what?  Don't know if you know this.  At our Michael's, they have rewards cards now.  For each $100 you spend, you get $5.

On your first purchase, you get 20 per cent off -    nice but I do not spend that much in one buy.

Oh, what I meant was that your first purchase, once you register your card, how ever much you spend, a lot or a little, you get 20% off.

 

 

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Fri, 09-07-2012 - 9:27pm
jammin2bach wrote:
sweetrose007x wrote:
jammin2bach wrote:
sweetrose007x wrote:

To look at their clearance boxes and found 2 unusual yarns .  Well unusual for me.

  They are cotton cloths in strips called Sugar and Cream Scrubby on clearance sale. Decided to try and crochet them into my first ever dishcloths.  Very unusual to crochet with . I made 1 and finished  it.  

Nice, Aileen!  Are the strips wider than regular yarn?   ...no not wide

I really want to see a pic of one of your dishcloths! will try again on this.

Know what?  Don't know if you know this.  At our Michael's, they have rewards cards now.  For each $100 you spend, you get $5.

On your first purchase, you get 20 per cent off -    nice but I do not spend that much in one buy.

Oh, what I meant was that your first purchase, once you register your card, how ever much you spend, a lot or a little, you get 20% off.    Usually they mention the card but no one has. See my projects?

 

 

 

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Registered: 06-27-2011
Sat, 09-08-2012 - 9:42am
wildflower05 wrote:

I've used sugar and cream for dishcloths but never heard of scrubby.  Wonder if it's coarser?

Have you seen the things crocheted out of plastic bag strips?  I tried that but it got too overwhelming so it's not finished.


Yes I have seen things made out of the plastic bag strips for sale on etsy. Never tried it tho.

I have tried crocheting strips of fabric didn't really like how it was looking so didn't finish the project. Maybe I cut my strips to wide???

I even bought a larger crochet needle to use on the fabric strips. might try it again someday. I have lots of drop offs of fabric that I could use. I saw someone had crocheted a purse out of strips of cloth and had it for sale on etsy..Was not cheap..

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Sat, 09-08-2012 - 9:44am

hope this link works..I couldn't find that particular purse but here are some things up for sale on etsy

http://www.etsy.com/search?q=crocheted+fabric+strips&view_type=gallery&ship_to=ZZ&min=0&max=0&page=1

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Sat, 09-08-2012 - 12:23pm
wolfiesrule wrote:
wildflower05 wrote:

I've used sugar and cream for dishcloths but never heard of scrubby.  Wonder if it's coarser?

Have you seen the things crocheted out of plastic bag strips?  I tried that but it got too overwhelming so it's not finished.


Yes I have seen things made out of the plastic bag strips for sale on etsy. Never tried it tho.

I have tried crocheting strips of fabric didn't really like how it was looking so didn't finish the project. Maybe I cut my strips to wide???

I even bought a larger crochet needle to use on the fabric strips. might try it again someday. I have lots of drop offs of fabric that I could use. I saw someone had crocheted a purse out of strips of cloth and had it for sale on etsy..Was not cheap..

I bet your strips were too wide.  I did that too with the plastic.  I used a large crochet hook for the plastic strips.  The ends were driving me crazy, guess I should have stuck with one color, I was using blue (walmart bags) and yellow (dollar general).  Cutting the strips took much longer than the actual crocheting.

Here's what I was trying to make.  http://www.marloscrochetcorner.com/Plastic%20Bag%20tote.html

I think I would like fabric strip items better than the plastic.  Will check out the etsy pictures.

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Registered: 10-16-2002
Sat, 09-08-2012 - 12:37pm

Yes I saw your projects and they are very nice!!  Good job!!

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