FREE CROCHET SOAP SCRUB PATTERN- CAL WEEK 4
Hello and welcome back to the 4th and final instalment of my Bathroom Set CAL!
This week we have a free crochet soap scrub pattern to finish off the crochet along set. This soap cosy will fit an average bar of soap from 100g up to 150g. You can use it directly against the skin as a soap and body scrub in one. Or just wet and rub it, to work up a thick soapy lather to use with your puff or washcloth.
Although this is the last pattern of this CAL, there is still another matching bathroom themed pattern to complete the set. Face Scrubbies are available exclusively to the Bathroom Spa Gift Set PDF download only. They are circular finger top pads which have 2 surface textures. One side for exfoliating and the other for cleansing. Also with the PDF download, you will receive the sheet of printable customised labels.
So, let’s get started!
FREE SOAP COSY AND SCRUB – EASY CROCHET PATTERN
This free crochet soap scrub pattern uses the following US stitches:
(ch) chain, (sl st) slip stitch, (sc) single crochet, and (hdc) half double crochet.
You will need a total of approximately 20g/46yds of yarn. 15g/35yds of your main colour and 5g/12yds of your accent colour. You will also need a 5mm hook, yarn needle and scissors.
The finished soap scrub will measure approximately 4 inches long by 3 inches wide and fit a 100-150g bar of soap.
Start with your accent colour, beginning ch1s do not count as stitches. chain 11,
2sc in the second ch from hook, sc x8, 2sc in the last ch, rotate to work along the opposite side of the starting chain, 2sc in the same last ch on the other side of the slip knot, sc x8, 2sc in the opposite side of the first ch, sl st into the first sc to join (24)
ch1, sc in the first st below, 2sc, sc x8, 2sc, sc x2, 2sc, sc x8, 2sc, sc, sl st to join (28)
ch1, sc in the first st below, sc, 2sc, sc x8, 2sc, sc x4, 2sc, sc x8, 2sc, sc x2, sl st to join (32)
ch1, sc in each st, sl st to join (32) Fasten off your accent colour and weave in ends.
Join your main colour with a sc in the same first st, sc in each remaining st, sl st to join (32)
ch1, sc in the first st below, ch1 and skip the next st, *sc, ch1 and skip the next st,* repeat between * all the way around, sl st into the first sc to join (16 sc sts with ch1 in between each)
ch2, skip the sc st below, hdc in the ch1 sp, *ch1 and skip the sc st, hdc in the ch1 sp*
repeat between * all the way around, sl st into the beginning ch2 sp to join (16 hdc sts with ch1 in between each)
ch1, sc in the ch sp below, ch1 and skip the hdc st, *sc in the ch1 sp, ch1 and skip the hdc st,* repeat between * all the way around, sl st into the first sc to join (16 sc with ch1 in between each)
Round 9. – Round 14.
Repeat from Round 7. to Round 8. 3 more times.
ch1, sc in each sc st and each ch1 sp, sl st into first sc to join (32) Fasten off your main colour and weave in ends.
Join your accent colour with a sc in the same first st, sc in each remaining st, sl st to join (32)
ch1, sc in each st, sl st to join (32)
ch1, sc x7, ch2 and skip the next 2 sts, sc x15, ch40 (or chain any length you want for your hanging loop), continue sc x8, sl st to join (you will have 30 sc sts, a ch2 sp, plus ch sts for the hanging loop)
SOAP COVER CROCHET PATTERN
ch1, sc x7, 3sc in the ch2 sp, sc x15, working along the back bumps of your hanging loop – sl st in each ch st, continue sc x8, sl st to join (You will have 33 sc sts, plus your hanging loop) Fasten off and weave in ends.
Simply pop your bar of soap inside and close by threading the hanging loop through the hole.
You have now completed the Bathroom Set CAL! Did you enjoy it? Would you like to see more free CALs here on Hooked On Patterns? Leave me a comment below! You don’t need to fill in all of the boxes, just leave a comment and your first or nickname.
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