Quick and Thick Duster Cover


Quick and Thick Duster Cover

Quick and Thick Duster Cover
Quick and Thick Duster Cover

"This eco-friendly, reusable duster cover works up so quickly that you will never have to buy disposable covers again! This pattern is made with chenille-like blanket yarn that is 100% machine washable and dryable. This pattern uses simple stitches and includes photos to help you with assembly. Make this pattern for craft fairs in any season, as a housewarming gift, or even as a simple Earth Day craft. You can make multiple pieces from just one skein of yarn!"


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Bernat Blanket Yarn
  • 9.0 mm crochet hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

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I have no idea why a person would want to keep buying those disposable dusters. To me that is a complete waste of money. This project here will allow you to keep a spotless home and a little money in your pockets. I want to make these as gifts for all the home makers in my family. Especially those just starting out.

The real beauty of this quick and thick duster cover is that it can be washed and reused over and over again. Some of our little conveniences are items that get tossed after one use. That concept is not good for our environment. I am a re-cycler at heart and I love this project.

This Quick and Thick Duster Cover is great! I have made her swifer cover and love it and after reading the written pattern for the Duster I know it will come out as written and will work great. The pattern is well written and the finished product will clean up in the wash and keep on working. No more throwing things in the trash.. Love it!! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

The author suggests making a bunch of these for craft fairs, but not before I make several for myself first! Both my husband and myself are on the short side, so dusting the overhead fans usually involves getting out the kitchen stepladder. Ive tried commercial dusters, but most arent substantial enough to get all the dust. Ill try attaching one to the handle, but even if it doesnt work, Ill still have some hand dusters.


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