Nylon Netting Spools - Made in the USA!
Knits & Bits by Linda
Kitchen - Bath Department
Silk Floral Department
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For the do-it-yourself-er, we
have a supplier that can furnish us with the netting used to make
the versatile and wonderful nylon scrubbies. It is made right here
in the USA of flame retardant, 100% nylon
fabric. They come precut, 3" wide on spools 40 yds in
length. That's enough to make 3 scrubbers from
each spool, following Linda's crochet pattern.
Cost is $4 per
spool (plus s & h). We include a FREE
PATTERN on your first order
to make these little cleaning wonders.
Thirty two colors are offered
at this store. You can find all these colors & more
for a total of 44 colors at The
Tulle Shed. Please consider placing an order
with them as they are building up their customer base.
Be sure to scroll
down the page to see pictures of the wooden
spool holder our daughter
Jillian developed to make working with the netting so much easier.
on each color name to get to the ordering page.
Please Note: up to 7 spools will ship for
the minimum postage of $9. Eight spools and over will be weighed,
then adjusted for shipping cost to your delivery zone. FREE shipping
on $100 orders!
Netting may be ordered until Dec 15th each year. If you need netting during our shut down
period, you can order from our daughter Jillian's store - The
Click on each color name below to get to the ordering page.
Here you see Linda's hands at work using the netting off the spool holder. The netting is compressed around the fingers to create the yarn.
This is another view of the netting being worked off the spool.
This view shows two colors being worked off the spool holder posts.
|Netting Color Chart
We have put together a color chart along with netting sample swatches so that you can see for yourself what the netting looks and feels like. Click on the chart picture to get to the ordering page.
|Wooden Spool Holder is available to purchase
@ The Tulle Shed
If you plan on making lots of scrubbies, we highly recommend that you get one of these holders. It will keep the netting flowing smoothly off the spool, making it much easier to work with. Click on the pictures to get to page with larger views.
Sometimes the netting comes to us a little softer than we would like for making the scrubbies. Linda has a suggestion of how to use it so that you haven't lost the use of the fabric: cut the softer netting in half with an electric knife while it is still on the spool. Then cut a stiffer color in half using the same method. Hold one piece of each color together to still equal the same 3 inch width. Continue making the scrubbie as you normally would. Experiment with different colors for a unique look.
|The Tulle Shed - In 2009 our daughter Jillian and her husband Christian started their own business of selling netting spools and so much more than what we carry here. They offer all the colors that you see here plus more for a total of 44. They offer an assortment of colors of tulle fabric spools, 6" X 25 yds. And they carry netting by the bolt (in limited supply) for those who want to cut it themselves to the width they need. They also have added some starter kits, "how to" books and scrubbie making supplies. Jillian has designed a wooden spool holder to be used with the netting spools that works really great at keeping the spool in place. Stop on over and see what they have to offer. You will be glad you did!
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Please note that we
use USPS Priority Mail shipping with insurance & delivery
confirmation. Fees are adjusted based on the weight of
the packed box and shipping
zone of delivery address for all orders over 1 pound.
Please provide the address that you receive your postal mail at.
cost is $9 for up to 1
Free shipping on orders of $100 or more within
the United States.
International orders will be charged Global Priority rates
starting at $28 for the first pound.