The Crochet Dry Mop|Swiffer Pad Pattern

MEET THE DRY MOP|SWIFFER PAD

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Most of us own a swiffer or something similar. I don’t own one now but I do have something from the dollar store that does the same exact thing! As I’m trying to be more eco-friendly in my purchases and what I use around my house, the idea of buying a pad just to throw away is not a-okay with moi. Plus I need a more cost effective option besides spending $4.50 before tax for a box of 16 twice a month on dry pads. I feel like I could buy so much yarn with the $108 I would be saving by making them myself.

As I’m looking for a solution, I grabbed my hook and yarn an went on creating. I mean what else was I gonna do besides crochet me a pad or 2?!? The design is best if you use a cotton or other plant based fiber for it. Blends are also great options.

If you have basic crochet skills, you can make this swiffer pad in no time. It took me less than 30 minutes to make mine and a week to take photos for this blog post…smdh.

**This pattern is copyright of Elisabeth Desamour (Desamour Designs) © 2020. Please do not copy, share, adjust, or resell this pattern. You are welcome to sell any finished items produced from this pattern. If you sell online, please link back to my pattern. **

Supplies & Notes

  • Written in US crochet terms
  • Measuring tape
  • Scissors
  • Darning needles
  • Yarn yardage: Less than 100 yards of yarn. Any weight as the pattern is easily adjustable but I would recommend using at a Aran or Worsted weight yarn
  • Hook: 4.25mm/US G6 or size recommended by your yarn

My sample is made with Indy fil ecologique by Cheval Blanc. This yarn was gifted to me and is made using a mixture of recycled yarn and ecru cotton threads.

Stitch Abbreviations

  • Ch – Chain
  • St(s) – Stitch(es)
  • Dc – Double crochet

Note: You may choose to create this pattern with one color (Main color MC) or with a contrasting color (CC). The pattern is great for using your leftover yarns and stash busting!

Instructions

Foundation dc 44 OR Ch 46 OR ch until your piece measures 10 inches long. If you did the ch, then dc in 3rd ch from hook across. ch1, turn.

R1: Dc in each dc across. ch 1, turn.

R2- R16: Repeat row 1. Fasten off.

If using a different yarn that is not worsted|aran weight

R2: Repeat row 1 until your piece is approximately 8 inches tall. Fasten off.

Weave in all ends.

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For more patterns from Desamour Designs, check out the patterns category here on the blog. I can’t wait to see how your beautiful new project works up!

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Elisabeth Desamour

Hello! My name is Elisabeth and I am the owner of Desamour Designs. I am a lover of crochet, marketing enthusiast, and an avid reader. I have a degree in Business Administration and will be graduating in 2018 with another one in International Business Administration and a minor in Social Media Marketing. As a crochet designer and social media marketer, my goal is to spread my knowledge and share the joy of creating.

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