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Introduction

This repair guide is intended to limit the amount of waste and save users money as well as make for an easier and more efficient clean up time by covering more space. Using a dishcloth with holes in it allows for chemicals, particles and other things to get on your hands. By repairing the hole in your dishcloth, you will save time and protect your hands. The guide will require use of one simple crochet stitch, tying knots and threading to complete the guide. It will walk you through how to do the crochet stitch with pictures and descriptions so you don’t need previous crocheting experience. After completing the guide, your dishcloth will be back to it’s original working condition.

  1. Collect the tools and materials you'll need.
    • Collect the tools and materials you'll need.

  2. Identify any loose loops that may come undone if any yarn is pulled. Put a safety pin through the loops, this will prevent the hole from getting any bigger. Put a safety pin through the loops, this will prevent the hole from getting any bigger.
    • Identify any loose loops that may come undone if any yarn is pulled.

    • Put a safety pin through the loops, this will prevent the hole from getting any bigger.

  3. Pick one of the loose strands and tie the yarn to this strand. Make three knots to ensure the knot will not come undone. Make three knots to ensure the knot will not come undone.
    • Pick one of the loose strands and tie the yarn to this strand.

    • Make three knots to ensure the knot will not come undone.

  4. Begin your first stitch by pushing the crochet hook through the stitch closest to the tied on yarn. Next, wrap the yarn in front of the hook and pull it through the stitch making sure the hook catches the yarn. Next, wrap the yarn in front of the hook and pull it through the stitch making sure the hook catches the yarn.
    • Begin your first stitch by pushing the crochet hook through the stitch closest to the tied on yarn.

    • Next, wrap the yarn in front of the hook and pull it through the stitch making sure the hook catches the yarn.

  5. Continuing on your first stitch, wrap the yarn in front of the hook and pull it in the direction of the arrow through the loop wrapped around the crochet hook. Move on to the next stitch where the orange arrow is pointing. Continue making stitches around the hole until there is a small opening. Move on to the next stitch where the orange arrow is pointing. Continue making stitches around the hole until there is a small opening.
    • Continuing on your first stitch, wrap the yarn in front of the hook and pull it in the direction of the arrow through the loop wrapped around the crochet hook.

    • Move on to the next stitch where the orange arrow is pointing. Continue making stitches around the hole until there is a small opening.

  6. Once you have a small opening you will now close the hole. Using the same stitch used throughout the guide, make a stitch interlocking every other stitch. The crochet hook should be moving in the direction the arrow is pointing. The crochet hook should be moving in the direction the arrow is pointing.
    • Once you have a small opening you will now close the hole. Using the same stitch used throughout the guide, make a stitch interlocking every other stitch.

    • The crochet hook should be moving in the direction the arrow is pointing.

  7. Continuing until the hole is completely closed. Cut the yarn leaving about a 4 inch tail. Pull the loop in the direction the arrow is pointing.
    • Continuing until the hole is completely closed.

    • Cut the yarn leaving about a 4 inch tail.

    • Pull the loop in the direction the arrow is pointing.

  8. Using the large threading needle, thread in all of the strands of yarn. Using the large threading needle, thread in all of the strands of yarn. Using the large threading needle, thread in all of the strands of yarn.
    • Using the large threading needle, thread in all of the strands of yarn.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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