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Eco Crochet – Make Something Friendly for the Environment!

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It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the things we are supposed to do to save the world. So I’ve found some eco crochet that will help you help Mother Earth; because sometimes even the little things can make a big difference.

Here are the names and links to seven free eco crochet patterns.

1) Fish Scrubby Washcloths by One Dog Woof
“I walked around the “downtown” of the town we’re moving to this fall. We found this little doodads store that had a bunch of, well, doodads, and all sorts of vintage-y, charming things. I found the inspiration for my fish scrubbie washcloths there.”

2) Strand of Diamonds Washcloth by Jessie At Home
“The diamond shaped post stitches on this washcloth give it great texture and visual appeal. So pamper yourself with this 100% cotton washcloth in a generous size.”

3) Pineapple Mug Cozy by Devine Debris
This crochet mug cozy is much more eco friendly then the disposable kind in the coffee shops. In addition, it’s super cute!

4) Easy Peasy Dish Towel by Sincerely, Pam
With this eco crochet pattern you can show off your favorite washable cotton yarn and also use colors that match your home decor. It’s form and fashion all in one, so cool!

5) Quick and Thick Sweeper Cover by Left in Knots
“Made with Bernat Blanket Yarn, this pattern can be made up easily in under an hour once you get the loop stitch down! You can wash is without worrying about shrinking, and the little loops do a nice job of catching hair and dust bunnies.”

6) Ruffles Face Scrubbie by Loopingly Made
“Being an avid d-i-yer, I made this ruffles face scrubbie so I could use it along with my homemade sugar scrub.  This is a pattern that’s not only easy to make, but also quick.”

7) Candy Corn Inspired Ripple Soap Cozy by Eye Love Knots
“My original ripple design was made in yellow and pink, and reminds me of pink lemonade, but I wanted a design I could share for Halloween that would also make a great candy bag!”

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1 thought on “Eco Crochet – Make Something Friendly for the Environment!”

  1. I am a little late to the party, but thank you for the feature on my soap cozy! This is a fun little collection. I really want to try making my own swifer covers.


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