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Peach Paradise Mop Cover

By: Melissa Mall from Inner Crochet Child

Thanks to ready-to-use mops like the Swiffer, keeping wooden and tile floors clean has never been simpler. But wouldn't it be nice if you didn't have to keep shelling out money for replaceable mop covers? Thanks to easy knitting patterns like the Peach Paradise Mop Cover, now you don't have to. Just follow this basic design that's knit in the garter stitch, to create a hearty mop cozy that can be washed and reused each time you clean the floor. This one skein pattern is also great for practicing the short rows knitting technique. So get ready to beef up your skill set, all while saving money in the process.

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Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a quick and easy pattern to do. I have making these mop covers for awhile. I don't buy the refills in the store anymore when these work better and you can wash them and reuse them. It is a good way to use up your scrap cotton yarn as well. This pattern is a little different than ones I have seen before so I will try this one out. It will knit up in no time. Thank you.

That's a very frugal and sensible way to use one of those types of mops. For a dollar and a half, you can have a mop cover that will last a long time! I would probably make at least two so I would have one in the laundry and a fresh one on the mop. Great idea! I love "utility knitting."

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