The world’s biggest and most popular online marketplace for DIY and home-improvement items has added a new category to its catalog: crochet bathing suits.
The new category is named “Rough and Ready,” and is designed for anyone who wants to try something new on their feet.
It is designed to appeal to people who are looking for something to do with their feet in a way that doesn’t require a lot of fuss, as well as those who just want to try on something they don’t normally wear.
The first batch of Rough and Ready bath towels has been announced by the site’s founder, the founder of the online clothing company Yarn, and a member of the design collective Faux.
The towels are available for purchase starting today, and they cost $30.
In addition to the towels, the website offers a few other items for the home: a set of knitted socks, a wool sweater, and several knitted hats.
The company is also offering a set for sale at a discounted price of $45.
All three of the products are available in two colors, as are the original versions, which have been discontinued in favor of the newer versions.
They will be available for $15 each on October 15, the day before the Crochet Bath Suit launch.
Polygon will be reviewing the products and sharing them with you as soon as they become available.