1 yard of Nylon Netting (makes 2 plus a couple strips)
Size N Crochet Hook
Chain 3, slip stitch to form a ring. Chain 1. Continue around making 2 sc in each stitch around and around until you use up two strips.
Then make 1 sc in each stitch until you use up 5 more strips.
With the last strip, sc in every other stitch until you don't have a hole. Pull the starting tail through and tie with the ending tail. Tuck the ends inside.
I realize my instructions may be a little hard to follow. There are many variations of this on many crafting sites. If you have never used these, they are wonderful. They don't scratch but get off the toughest stuff. *Since I wrote this blog, I have changed them a little. I use a smaller hook (size I) and one more strip to get the size. It makes a firmer scrubbie when it's wet, which makes it last longer. http://www.thecabincountess.com/2014/05/revised-nylon-netting-scrubbie.html