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My version of the fancy dishcloth minus the trim.  Used Eco-fil recycled cotton yarn. J hook.

My version of the fancy dishcloth minus the trim. Used Eco-fil recycled cotton yarn. J hook.

From "Provence Summer String Bag"  - used recycled Eco-fil yarn; 75% recycled cotton 25% acrylic. (1.79/ball) used 2 100g balls. Machine wash cool; lay flat to dry.  I reduced stitches to 47 to maintain finished size of 12"x15". Hook G.

From "Provence Summer String Bag" - used recycled Eco-fil yarn; used 2 balls. lay flat to dry. I reduced stitches to 47 to maintain finished size of Hook G.

Upcycled Laptop Messenger Bag made from dog food bag, 2nd-hand store T-shirt liner and plastic bags for the batting (trimmed with Capri Sun pouches!)    www.rotatingmycrops.blogspot.com

Upcycled laptop messenger bag made from dog food bag, trimmed with juice bags, lined with store shirt; batting all plastic bags!

J hook; 100% cotton yarn. Rendition of Sunflower Dishcloth. Came out to measure 9 and 1/2 inches across.

J hook; Rendition of Sunflower Dishcloth. Came out to measure 9 and inches across.

Crochet Hat Free Pattern:  This one is on my "must try" list for sure.  Looks pretty simple, but the finished product is very nice.

LazyTcrochet: Crochet Hat Pattern - Organic Cotton Simple Crochet Hat from LazyT. 1 sk Nature's Choice Organic Cotton from Lion Brand Yarn (walnut), mm hook.

Pretty colors and fun, simple dishcloths. I should really get off my butt and make some of these. It's been a while since I kept a dishcloth for myself.

Crochet Dishcloths Cotton Dishcloths Washcloths Turquoise Blue set of 3

Share Tweet Pin Mail In our effort to save the earth, many of use have turned to recycling and eco-friendly alternatives to everyday products ...

Eco-friendly alternatives to everyday conveniences

Check out this eco-friendly alternative to a Swiffer pad! From Soap Deli News, it's a DIY, or purchasable, Swiffer cover and baseboard duster! This is a great alternative to the “use and toss” type of typical Swiffer cover, which are not biodegradable.

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