Saturday, October 9, 2010

Spiral Soap Saver

Size H hook, Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn

This soap saver is crocheted in a spiral, meaning that you do not turn at the end of each row.

There are to ways to start, each way will end with a circle of 10 sc.

method 1: chain 2, in second chain from hook sc 10, join with slip stitch to form circle.

method 2: Using the magic loop method, chain 10 on loop, cinch closed and join with slip stitch to form circle.

1.) Double Crochet in each SC twice (20 DC)

2.) DC in each DC until desired length (keep a bar of soap handy, you want it to fit, with room to cinch the top closed)

3.) After last DC place marker, Single Crochet in each DC around to marker (20 SC), break yarn and tie off.

4.) Chain 51, break yarn and knot. Thread this string through the last row of DC, then use it to cinch the top closed around your soap, tying it in a bow!


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  3. Worked this up very quickly and was happy to find it was exactly what I was looking for! Thanks for sharing!