by outback43 30 Mar 2011

These dishcloth scrubbie designs from SICK were fun to make and I thought useful for all . Netting in layers is used for durability and they stitch out quick. Hope you can still view them from my dim lighting.


by jrob Moderator 02 Apr 2011

Really cute.

by lbrow 02 Apr 2011

Nice work!

by patsy28 31 Mar 2011

Great Job! I am inspired to try. Thanks for the directions. I got the freebie but wasn't sure what to do with it. Now I know.

by ramona 31 Mar 2011

Thank you so much for sharing and giving directions!!!

by teun 31 Mar 2011

Klasse gefällt mir

by noah 31 Mar 2011

great job i will try these to soon!!!carolyn

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queenofhearts by queenofhearts 01 Apr 2011

I saw your post in projects, very nice.

by oaro 31 Mar 2011

very useful project

by marisabizz 31 Mar 2011


by rwalden 31 Mar 2011

These look great. Nice work. Thanks for showing these.

by lv2sew 31 Mar 2011

How very are right..such a useful and practical item..great housewarming gift..*

here are the instructions..copy and paste

by rmj8939 31 Mar 2011

I love them. I have done the butterfly and apple and they work nice.

by shirlener88 31 Mar 2011

I got the freebie from yesterday - but it didn't have a tutorial with it - so I still can't figure out about the netting and cutting away what material - can you explain the process to us - so those of us - that haven't bought them - can decide - if we want to? ? ? ?

rmj8939 by rmj8939 31 Mar 2011

They had the instructions on there newsletter and you can read it on the site.

mommadooks by mommadooks 31 Mar 2011

Hope this helps.

Hoop tear-away stabilizer
adheare dishcloth (they used glue stick)
stitch color #1 outline (should match net)
remove hoop & cut out inside design (not stablizer)
lay 8 to 12 layers net on top
color 2 tack down the net
remove hoop trim outside of design
apply a layer of clear wws and continue on with rest of design.

shirlener88 by shirlener88 31 Mar 2011

Thanks Iva - that does help.

outback43 by outback43 31 Mar 2011

thanks for helping with the answer. Sometimes I am slow to check back.

annsown by annsown 31 Mar 2011

on the site are directions with pictures :)

by juanitadenney 31 Mar 2011

These are so cute. I have made some on dish rags and they make good little scrubbers for your dishes when washing them. *4U

by deegee 31 Mar 2011

Wow, you certainly were on the job quickly - these designs have only just been released. They have stitched out beautifully. Like the butterfly the best I think. All very nice.

by bumblebee 31 Mar 2011

Very Nice Idea.

by kraai 31 Mar 2011

Very nice

by castelyn 31 Mar 2011

Well done *4u

by mysew1325 31 Mar 2011

cute idea

by katydid 30 Mar 2011

You are really on top of it!! Love them!!

by queenofhearts 30 Mar 2011

I'm so happy to see that you posted a picture. There has been a discussion going on all afternoon about whether or not to cut away the fabric behind the netting, as they tell you to do in their tutorial. How did you make yours?

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outback43 by outback43 31 Mar 2011

I hooped sticky, did the 1st outline, put the dishcloth in place, stitched the next,take hoop from machine and cut out the center of the design. I cut 6-8 pieces of netting like 4x4 and with machine on low taped all layers to help hold in place, I stitched the next outline, take hoop from machine and cut away extra netting on the outside, put hoop back in and finish with your color choices. They are super quick and easy, takes longer to explain than to do it. Good luck and happy stitching, thanks Linda