Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Live Video - What Is The Best Yarn For Dishcloths and Washcloths? | Posh Pooch Designs

Live With Sara of
 Posh Pooch Designs
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month!
Today's Topic is 
"What Is the Best Yarn For Dishcloths and Washcloths?"

See The Video on my Youtube Channel at This LINK
Before you yell "Cotton", Let's talk about it.
What are you going to use it For?
What you use it for can determine which yarn is best.

1. Washing your skin? or baby's skin.
I would only use cotton, and try to use a soft cotton.
Like I love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby.
The nice thing about cotton yarn is it get softer 
and more absorbent each time you wash it.

2. Washing The Dishes?
For Washing dishes I like to use cotton. Sometimes cotton
 is too absorbent and can absorb the smell, 
and mildew easily. Make sure you rinse them out 
and wash them often. 
My favorite choice for dishes is the new Scrubby yarns.
I like to combine cotton and scrubby yarn together.
You get the best of both, Cotton and the scrubby yarn
 work well together and wash up nicely.

3. As A Placemat or Table Runner? I think if you are not
 going to place anything hot on them, and use them as
 just a table protector, that acrylic yarn is fine.
And if they get dirty you can toss them in the wash.

4. Hot Pads for use and For Decoration?

If you are using them as actual hot pads, 
do not use acrylic yarn, it was melt, and burn.
And it can burn you.
If you are going to use using them fore decoration, 
acrylic yarn is fine. Make sure those who use your 
Kitchen know the difference.
The Bottom line is use what works best for the use of the item.


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month-
Get checked and "Save The Ta Tas"!

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