Cheap flavored creamer
1 cup of non-dairy powdered creamer
1 cup of 10X (confectioner's sugar)
1 1/4 tsp of vanilla
Put in jar with lid and shake until the vanilla is thoroughly mixed. I put it in an empty powdered creamer container and labeled it. The hubby doesn't like flavored creamer so it's mine, all mine:).
I need some sweetness.
I have had quite a few requests for my cheap kitchen scrubbies. Here's the history: I found the pattern on a knitting site. I faved it, or so I thought because now I can't locate it. (seriously, has anyone seen how many faves I have on there? no wonder I can't find it.....lol) So I will post my version of what I remember.
EL CHEAPO SCRUBBY
Red Heart worsted weight yarn (acrylic is wonderful for scrubbing )
Size US G crochet hook
Gauge: Doesn't matter
This is worked back and forth so DO NOT JOIN.
Row 1: Chain 7
Row 2: 2 single crochet in each of 6 chains across. Turn Chain 1
Row 3: 2 single crochet in each single crochet across. Turn and chain 1
Rows 4-6: Repeat Row 3
Do not cut yarn. Slip stitch along side to Row 1.
Hanging loop: Chain 24 (or how many you want to make the loop). Slip stitch in beginning of chain. Cut yarn and work in ends. YEAH! You now have an El Cheapo Scrubby.
When it is dirty just throw in the washer with your rags or towels and it's ready to scrub again.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
I purchased this card to send to my dear friend, Anita. She's had a few ups and downs. I thought this would cheer her.
However, Mr. Bettis managed to grab this from the table while we were out.
He will be contacting his attorney here shortly so they can collaborate an appropriate apology to Anita..
This is the inside of the card, Anita:). No slobber on the inside though and the sentiment is truly meant.