dishrag central

Leave it to cancer-fighting Megan to send me this link to Japanese dishrag heaven. Be careful, though–I don’t know about you, but seeing all the beautiful dishrags nearly caused me to lose control of my bladder! Apparently there are two Japanese gals in NYC knitting cute dishrag after cute dishrag after cute dishrag. Maybe I can buy one dishrag for each plate I own …

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11 Responses to dishrag central

  1. Sharlene says:

    Love it! Maybe that’s what I should do with all my scraps, but wool scrubbies probably just wouldn’t be the same, LOL!

  2. alison says:

    Holy tawashi! Those are so cute!

  3. Amy says:

    Man are those cute, but why am I so excited about dish scrubbers?

  4. Amy says:

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  5. christy says:

    I’ve been intrigued by these scrubbers too…what type of yarn do you think is best to use? I feel like red heart or something like that would be too soft and fuzzy. Can anyone recommend something else, that might be more abrasive and less likely to leave fuzz behind?

  6. Anke says:

    I just found your site and like it so much!
    And I just have to try all your recipe recommandations and love your crafty stuff.
    Are there any non-knitting japanese crafty/fashion sites/blogs you could recommend? For inspiration?
    Keep up the good work! 🙂

  7. carolyn says:

    man those Lollipop ones are exactly what you were looking for aren’t they. very fun!!!

  8. Emma says:

    The animal and lollipop tawashi are fab ! In an insane sort of way !

  9. Lora says:

    I love those lollipop dish rags! there too cute!

  10. maryse says:

    way too cute to be lowly dishrags

  11. Christine says:

    Such cute little scrubbies… but from knitting yarn? A member of my quilting group made some using tulle(?) it’s the stuff used for bridesmaid’s dresses, or tutus, perhaps. It’s rather scratchy – destroys your hose – but it does a great job in the dishpan or the shower. She crocheted, but I guess they could be knitted.
    I so enjoy your blog, I’m almost inspired to unearth some needles and yarn.
    God bless, Christine

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