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Around the holidays I always end up feeling guilty about all of the wrapping materials that end up being thrown out, yes I save most of the wrappings with the intention of using all of the wonderful printed papers, ribbons and mounds of tissue and tulle on awesome craft projects. Tulle dish scrubbers by Nadine Borovicka not only solve the problem of the mounds of tulle but it works wonders on all that baked-on food that is being avoided in the kitchen.
[via A Wooden Nest and Ravelry]


5 Responses to How To: Make a Couture Dish Scrubber

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  1. knitter on said:

    Cute, but it’s not “by Ravelry,” it’s by Nadine Borovicka, hosted on Ravelry. I’m kind of surprised to see it written that way on a blog like Craft, but for those not in the know, Ravelry is a social networking site for knitters, crocheters, and weavers.

  2. Rycrafty on said:

    Knitter above is correct, I just clicked over to say the same thing. Ravelry is not a person or a pattern company.

  3. Wow, credited the pattern to Ravelry, the site? Sloppy writing there, guys. Credit the woman who posted the pattern to her Ravelry account, not to the site. Sloppy, sloppy, sloppy. And rude to boot.

  4. Lindsey North on said:

    I apologize for the mistake and it has been corrected.

  5. ukbootser.com on said:

    This is the fitting blog for anybody who wants to find out about this topic. You understand a lot its nearly hard to argue with you (not that I really would want匟aHa). You undoubtedly put a new spin on a subject thats been written about for years. Nice stuff, simply great!

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