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Cotton Yarn with Tulle Scrubbies
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Mar 25, 2012 12:42:05   #
tschofield
 
I purchased a scrubbie, crocheted with cotton yarn and tulle (crocheted together). From some of the posts I've read here, I thought maybe Lilly made a yarn like this. I have searched every store that might have something like that with no luck (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Joanna and Walmart). Can anyone out in KP land give me a clue as to where I can get this type of yarn or do I have to combine the two myself???
 
Mar 25, 2012 15:39:52   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
OK, I'm not really sure if I understand what you are looking for, but could it be something like this:
?
Mar 25, 2012 19:03:06   #
tschofield
 
This is a close up picture of what I'd like to find.
Cotton and Tulle Yarn

Mar 25, 2012 19:06:30   #
tschofield
 
HandyFamily wrote:
OK, I'm not really sure if I understand what you are looking for, but could it be something like this:
?


Thanks for the reply. What type of yarn is the picture you posted?
Mar 26, 2012 04:36:13   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
Cotton and viscose silk. The shining threads running through the main thread are viscose silk. But it is not a separate thread, it's like... I don't know if I can explain it good, the thread is like... i-cord maybe, but I might be using a wrong term, it is like knitted when manufactured from some very fine threads, and they are ... let's say "knitted" together, as one thread, but are not twisted around each other... does this make any sense?
Mar 26, 2012 05:35:27   #
mama879 (a regular here)
 
I think she used the cotton yarn and the tulle separate but together. There is a new cotton yarn out that is called scrubbie. It has very little yardage and is very costly. But the colors are very pretty. You might be better off knitting with the 2 strands together a little cheaper.
 
Mar 26, 2012 06:00:11   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
tschofield wrote:
This is a close up picture of what I'd like to find.


Nope, it is not the same... Sorry - I have not seen something exactly like that. Looks like there were 2 separate threads though... but than again I might be wrong.
Mar 26, 2012 06:06:30   #
mamacass_2002
 
Hi,
I've made scrubbies from the cotton yarn and tulle together. I really don't believe that there is some type of yarn with the tulle attached.
They were okay to go together and they work great.
Try and have fun.
Mar 26, 2012 09:17:11   #
jdicks2171
 
It is probably nylon netting cut into strips and combined with the cotton yarn.
Mar 26, 2012 09:24:03   #
maudeham
 
I agree with jdicks2171. There used to be scrubbies crocheted with just the netting cut in strips, so I think this is just adding the netting to the cotton yarn.
Mar 26, 2012 09:30:57   #
Cgabby49
 
If anyone does find the yarn - please let us know. I have been cutting strips of tulle, tying them together and then knitting or crocheting with the tulle and a strand of cotton yarn. The knots seem to add to the scrubbiness of the piece when it is done, since I am making kitchen scrubbies to go with my dishcloths. Not sure my word scrubbiness is a word, but any crafter will know what I mean - tee hee : )
 
Mar 26, 2012 09:32:13   #
past
 
I remember getting an email around Christmas time that this new yarn by Lily Sugar'n Cream called scrubby was coming to a store near me. I never saw it in Walmart, Hobby Lobby, or Michaels near me. I just went to Lily website and searched their Sugar 'N Cream products and Scrubby is no longer listed. I wonder if they just did a small market and it didn't sell like they thought so they took off the market already.
Mar 26, 2012 09:34:12   #
Cgabby49
 
Oh and does anyone know where to buy rug yarn? I used to use that with my tulle but have not found any in stores in a few years. I recently moved to TN and am not finding many yarn stores around here : ( Any suggestions for the eastern TN area?
Mar 26, 2012 09:35:36   #
Cgabby49
 
Wow, guess I need to be online more often - I never saw any of it.... would have purchased some.
Mar 26, 2012 10:02:46   #
Jan L
 
Cgabby49 wrote:
Oh and does anyone know where to buy rug yarn? I used to use that with my tulle but have not found any in stores in a few years. I recently moved to TN and am not finding many yarn stores around here : ( Any suggestions for the eastern TN area?


Someone brought up in an earlier forum that they couldn't find the cotton rug yarn anymore. I've been looking since and haven't seem any either. I didn't check Aunt Lydia's website. I did see some at a yard sale. Guess I should have bought it.
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