Crocheted Dry/Wet Mop Covers Using Bulky Yarn
I love to reduce my carbon foot print. How do you reduce your carbon foot print? One way I do is in cleaning my home. I use reusable rags, make my own cleaning solution, and make reusable mop covers. Today I am sharing with you my free crochet pattern for making Crocheted Dry/Wet Mop Covers Using Bulky Yarn. I use a lot of Bernat Blanket Yarn in my projects. I end of with small balls of yarn and I love making mop covers with them. The yarn is great for scrubbing floors as well as washes and dries good too. I also have added Scrubby Yarn from Red Hearts in making my wet mop to give it a little extra cleaning power. It starts with creating a rectangle and then working around the rectangle to create a stretchy top that helps cover stay on.
Bulky Weight Yarn. 1 Skein Bernat Blanket Yarn
G Hook, I use Clover Amour to weave ends in
CH = Chain Stitch
HDC = Half Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
HDC TOG = Half Double Crochet Together
SC TOG = Single Crochet Together
SL ST = Slip Stitch
TO MAKE WET REPEAT WITH DRY PATTERN EXCEPT USE SCRUBBY YARN & BULKY YARN IN RECTANGLE OF PATTERN.
With yarn and L hook, CH 21.
Row 1: HDC in 2nd stitch from hook, HDC in each stitch across.
Row 2 – 7: CH 1, HDC in each stitch.
Now working around the rectangle that was just created.
Row 8: CH 1, 8 HDC on short side of rectangle, 20 HDC on long side of rectangle, 8 HDC on short side and 10 HDC on long side.
Row 9: CH1, HDC TOG, 6 HDC, HDC TOG, 20 HDC, HDC TOG, 6 HDC, 20 HDC, SL ST to top of CH 1.
Row 10: SC, SC, SC TOG, repeat around and then 1 SC, SL ST to CH 1.
Row 11: SC, SC, SC TOG, repeat around and then 1 SC, SL ST to CH 1. Fasten off and leave a tail to weave in.
Now take your Crocheted Dry/Wet Mop Cover and start washing! This would make an amazing gift and works up super fast. Follow me and share your pictures on Instagram using hash-tag #pinkplumeriamaui. Follow me on Pinterest to see what I’m pinning and don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter.
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