Grab your embroidery floss and get stitching this free little ghost design!
This versatile little scrubber is super quick to whip up at a moment’s notice for Secret Santa gift exchanges, or for simply cleaning around the house.
This festive holiday ball ornament scrubbers can be used to wash dishes, clean your face, act as coasters, or be strung into a garland. Each tawashi can be worked up in less than half an hour, using only small amounts of cotton yarn, making them ideal as last minute gifts!
This quick and easy hexagon scrubber is a versatile addition to your home. Use it to scrub dishes or wash your face. You can also hang them around your home as decorations, and join them together as a bath mat.
Each tawashi can be worked up in less than half an hour, using only small amounts of cotton yarn, making them ideal as last minute gifts!
In celebration of Earth Day, here is a free sunflower tawashi pattern. These little guys are great for using as a face scrubber/makeup remover cloth, or as a dish cleaner. Using only small amounts of cotton yarn, the pattern is useful for stash-busting and last minute gifts.
Keep your home sparkling with these adorable and easy to make crocheted candy corn tawashi!
This is a great little piece for using up bits of leftover yarn. Feel free to make them as cute or utilitarian as you want.
The inspiration for this project struck after reading in Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook that the FDA has banned the use of sponges from commercial kitchens. I designed the tawashi to mimic the feel of a sponge but without all of the ickiness that comes from traditional sponges. Wash them regularly in the washer to keep clean.
The pattern is easy, works up super quick, and is ideal for last minute gifts or simply brightening up the home. The pattern has a versatile design that lends well to either solid colors or a flower motif. The tawashi features a nubby texture with a hanging loop and optional hand strap. It is crocheted in two separate pieces, then joined together with a single crochet border. The front is worked in joined rounds while the back is worked in spiral rounds.