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Reusable Duster

By: Verdigris Knits

This Reusable Duster is perfect for eco-friendly advocates. Are you searching for the perfect thing to do with leftover t-shirts? Make your own t-shirt yarn! It's soft, durable, and easy to make! This Reusable Duster is a great free knitting pattern to start with. Save money on cleaning supplies by simply making your own--and recycle during the whole process! Wipe away dust with this durable and economical cleaning tool. Get rid of those old t-shirts collecting dust in your closet. Use them to clean up dust instead!


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Good idea but AllFreeKnitting had this listed under "Great Gifts for Mother's Day". That is about as bad as getting an iron or vacuum cleaner from your husband for an anniversary gift.

it's a great idea for Moyhers Day if it comes with coupons for a day of dusting and a visit.

sheilah says March 21,12 Think this is a super creative pattern and very excited to attempt it but need some direction on stitches: TLS and SF as are unfamiliar to me. Thanks so much for this website - truly enjoy it.

There is a separate short cut right in the pattern to the abbreviations and instructions. Sf - Slip1 with yarn in front by bringing yarn to the front between needles, slip one stitch purlwise, take yarn to the back between needles. TLS - Twisted Loop Stitch - knit into stitch but do not slip stitch off left needle, bring yarn to front between needles and wrap counterclockwise around thumb and to the back, knit same stitch on left needle THROUGH THE BACK LOOP, slip stitch off the left needle and bring first stitch over second stitch on right needle (same motion as if binding off ) and give the loop a tug to tighten on right needle. I found that using a twist tightened up the stitch better, especially for slippery acrylic yarn - my twist on the loop stitch!

Haven't tried this t-shirt duster yet but can wait to make one. Looks like fun and a great gift too.


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