Thursday, December 20, 2012

Crocheted Soap Savers

This is a pattern for a soap saver.  My kids LOVE theirs.  Not only do they keep the soap from slipping out of your hand, but the texture helps scrub all the dirt off.  The pattern works up very quickly.  I hope you like it!!

This is a free pattern for anybody to use.  You may not copy and sell the pattern, but you may do what you wish with the finished product.  I only ask that if you sell the Soap Saver that you give credit and provide a link to my blog.

What your will need:
G hook
Worsted cotton yarn

Sc - single crochet
Ch - chain
Sl st - slip stitch
St - stitch
Hdc - half double crochet
Blo - back loop only

Ch 8

Round 1: Sc in second ch from hook.  1 sc in each ch across, 3 sc in last ch.
Working on opposite side of ch, sc in each ch across, 2 sc in last ch.  Join with first sc.  16 sc

Round 2: Ch 1 working in blo for this round, sc in each sc around.  Join with first sc.  16 sc

Round 3: Ch 3 and hdc in same sp.  -first v stitch made-  (Skip 1 sc, hcd, ch1, hdc in next sc) repeat around and join in second ch of first v stitch.  8 v st’s

Round 4- 11:  Sl st into ch1 space, hdc, and into the first space between v’s.  ch 3 and hdc in same sp.  (skip first v stitch, hdc, ch1, hdc in space between v’s.)  Repeat around.  Join in second ch of first v stitch.   8 v st’s

Round 12: Sl st into v-st space.  Ch 1, sc in same space.  Sc in each v stitch and each space between v stitches.  16 sc
Finish off and weave in ends.

For drawstring:
Ch 40.  Finish off.
Weave chain around last row of v-st and tie ends together.


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