I love this idea and have used it ever since.
I’m so glad she helps me. We have so much fun discussing looming and sharing our projects and ideas with each other.
Your scrubbies are great and your idea to use them as vegetable scrubber is wonderful.
I’m happy to share your hints with my blogging buddies and readers.” 🙂
I use regular 4 ply acrylic yarn and tulle to make my kitchen scrubbies.
Also, this tutorial doesn’t explain how to loom knit, but is written for folks who already know the basics of loom knitting.
If you’d like to take up loom knitting, here’s a link to a youtube.com search results for ‘How to Loom Knit’ It has oodles of videos of most anything you’d need to know to get started loom knitting.
And here we go…
Tulle (or some type netting)
Yarn (I use 2 strands of acrylic 4 ply yarn)
Large Darning Needle
Wind the strip of tulle into a ball.
Or use a drawstring cast-on.
Hold yarn and netting strip together and cast them on the loom in your favorite fashion.
*I use a regular e wrap cast on.
*I usually just knit until there’s about 12 inches of the yarn/netting strip left.
Pull the the yarn/netting strip drawstring tight and tie off
Pull tight and tie off.
The 5 1/2 inch blue knifty knitter loom makes about a 4 inch scrubby.
I make smaller scrubbies using a Martha Stwart square loom with 20 pegs.
A Scrubby is another handy item that can be made from left over yarn.
Here’s a link to a tutorial for Scrubbies.
There’s a few differences between it and mine. Go and check it out, it may be a more understandable and a better method for you if you’re interested in loom knitting a scrubby.
edited in 1-15-2019 – hopefully helpful info:
PVC Pipe Knitting Loom Stands