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Can I Use Acrylic Yarn For Dishcloths



Can I Use Acrylic Yarn For Dishcloths

I have a definite surplus of acrylic yarns, and I read in another post that you can use dishcloths to try out different stitches and that they sell well in craft places. Now for dishcloths, I only use acrylic yarns. The acrylic dishcloths DO wring out just fine and they don’t get that funky smell that cotton dishcloths get after a. I also use acrylic for my can/bottle cozies and have never had a leak problem. When I first started making dishcloths I made one with acrylic yarn because of I. Cotton Yarn Vs Acrylic for Crochet Dishcloths and Scrubbers. In general, I prefer to use cotton yarn when crocheting dishcloths and scrubbies. This is primarily because cotton is natural, soft and durable. Cotton is soft for the face, yet it makes an effective scrubber for dishes and pots and pans. I have a lot of acrylic yarn just laying around & I would like to make some. Maybe you can make dishcloth sized sample squares and stitch. I use 100% cotton, some like acrylic for dishcloths but I like mine too. But for pot holders don’t use acrylicuse cotton or wool, acrylic can melt. Crochet your own dishcloths, pot scrubbers, and flannels! You can use cotton yarn or acrylic, however, cotton yarns are more absorbent and. I’ve seen a few dishcloth patterns that specify cotton yarn but most of them don’t specify. Can I just use RHSS yarn? I know the acrylic yarn is. I’ve talked before about acrylic dishcloths versus cotton but I was doing some. The nice thing about using acrylic yarn is that your cost is low. This weekend if I can find my size “J” hook, I plan to crochet up some hats,



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