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Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth
Pattern Number: BK4K-0605001
Rating: *****
4.6 (based on 5 reviews)
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Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth Reviewed by struckman wilma on 2010-03-13 *****
I have made 3 of these cloths. I tried knitting the net with my yarn, I really liked it that way.

Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth Reviewed by Judith Wilson on 2009-11-07 ****
Ihave made 4 of these cloths, I found it was much easier to sew the strips of netting together rather than trying to weave in the ends. It takes a little time, but equals out in the long run because you are not continualy adding another strip. I also did several smaller ones casting on 26 stitches, making a 8" square.

Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth Reviewed by Margaret Bruce on 2009-08-16 *****
I have made several of these using different colors of nylon net and cotton yarn.
They have been a hit.
Margaret

Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth Reviewed by Dana Johnson on 2008-11-21 ****
Love this pattern but think it's slightly large for a washcloth. Used tweed cotton yarn which knitted up nicely. This pattern will go into my book of patterns to keep and try again.

Rub-A-Dub-A-Scrub Invigorating Washcloth Reviewed by Kathy Lawson on 2008-10-20 *****
Am a beginning knitter and decided to make for my friend's as Christmas presents using snow white (much faster than scarves). Was lazy and didn't want to cut lots of netting for 2nd yarn so just doubled up on cotton yarn (used beginning and end). One ball of Lion Brand Cotton Ease (which has enough stretch) made 2 of these perfectly, but overall size after washing is slightly smaller than pattern(9x9; it's still plenty big enough. They are beautiful!

 
 
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