Spa Soap Sack
Free pattern + chart
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With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, I thought I’d share this easy & quick pattern for a soap sack. Pair this with a bar of luxury soap and you’ve got an inexpensive gift in no time!
The soap bar I’m using is by Buff City Soap, a locally owned business here in Memphis that handcrafts all of their natural bath and body products in store. If you happen to have a store near you, it’s worth a trip to see them make the products & to look at and smell all the pretty soaps. (They run a 4/$20 sale every Tuesday in-store and online)
This pattern contains both written instructions and a chart, if like me you sometimes need visual instructions. The chart uses standard crochet chart symbols.
Finished size: fits a 4″x2″ bar of soap
You will need:
- cotton yarn (I’m using Lion Brand’s Coboo in White)
- G/4.25mm crochet hook (I’m using my favorite Boye Ergonomic Crochet Hook)
- tapestry needle
Rnd 1: dc in 4th ch from hook, ch 1 & *skip 1 chain & dc in next st, ch 1* repeat from *to* 7 times, work dc+ch 1 twice into last chain, you will now be working into the underside of the foundation chain. Repeat from *to* down the underside of foundation chain. Join with slip stitch first double crochet. (20 sts)
Rnd 2: ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), *dc in next stitch, ch 1* repeat from *to* around, joining with a slip stitch to the 3rd chain. (20 sts)
Rnds 3-10: Repeat Rnd 2. (20 sts)
Rnd 11: ch 3, dc in each st and ch around, join with slip stitch to ch 3 (40 sts)
Rnd 12: ch 3, *dc, fpdc around next stitch*, repeat from *to* around, join with slip stitch to ch 3. (40 sts)
Fasten off & weave in ends.
Tightly chain 75. Fasten off, weave in ends. Weave chain through Rnd 12 & tie the ends together in a knot.
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**This pattern is intended for personal use only, you may not commercially sell items made from this pattern. You may not claim this pattern as your own. **
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