Crochet Kitchen Scrubbie
Anyone who does dishes by hand knows that a little texture to go along with elbow grease goes a long way! Well, this kitchen scrubbie will certainly help get your dishes clean.
Click on any designer’s name to go directly to their blog.
|March 1||Jenny King||Shelby Allaho|
|March 2||Ellen Gormley||Nancy Nehring|
||Phyllis Serbes||Mona Muhammad|
||Amy O’Neill Houck||Akua Hope|
||Mary Jane Hall||Lindsey Stephens|
||Edie Eckman||Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby|
||Jennifer Cirka||Annette Stewart|
||Andrea Graciarena||LeAnna Lyons|
||Dawn Cogger||Angela Whisnant|
||Andrea Lyn Van Benschoten||Renee Rodgers|
|March 11||Joy Prescott||Donna Childs|
|March 12||Pam Daley||Deb Burger|
|March 13||Tammy Hildebrand||Marty Miller|
|March 14||Jocelyn Sass|
|March 15||Andee Graves|
|March 16||Laurinda Reddig|
|March 17||Brenda Bourg|
|March 18||Rhonda Davis|
|March 19||Julie Oparka|
||Kim Guzman||Susan Huxley|
||Amy Shelton||Donna Hulka|
||Karen C K Ballard||Gwen Blakley-Kinsler|
Those of us who are participating have also decided to support a charity during this special month. Project Night Night is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year to homeless children. Each package consists of a new sturdy tote bag with a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children’s book, and a stuffed animal. These comfort objects help to reduce the trauma of homelessness for the children served by Project Night Night. Both the handmade blankets and stuffed animals provide the children with objects of love and security.
You can help Project Night Night by making and sending in a new crocheted blankets (50” x 60” or smaller) and/or making a financial donations. I hope you will consider supporting this organization as part of our celebration of crochet.
So I hope you will hop on the train for the tour and enjoy all these wonderful artists, designers, and bloggers have to say! And if you would like, please spread the word to other crocheters. All aboard!