Nylon Scrubbie (not crochet) Fold the nylon net a couple times so it is about 18" wide, then cut off the width you want the puff to be (5" or so) - you now have a piece 72" long by 5" wide. Starting at one narrow end, run a double-thread running stitch loosely up the center until you reach the end. Pull up the thread tightly, and stitch to tie off. That's it! It's better to use quilting thread (for strength) if you have it, but not necessary. (Judy from Ontario)
This pattern comes from Dianne P.
Who says ..The easiest shawl I have ever made was just crocheting out my starting chain in groups of 4- add 4 more for the first trebble. Make clusters of 4 trebble stitches across and space them out with 2 chains. At the end of each Row- finish with a double trebble so you again have a stitch to hook fringe into. Let the clusters decrease naturally because you will be putting your next Row of clusters in the chains you spaced them out with.