This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to crochet a Soap Saver bag for the bath or shower.
You can find more afghan patterns under the category Granny Squares
Other patterns that use this stitch are:
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For this Crocheted Soap Saver project you will need:
HOOK: 6 mm hook or a US size J and size
you will need a size 4 mm hook or a US size 6 hook to make the chain handle.
YARN: 4 ply US yarn or 10 ply AU
Some yellow and a bit of white.
Stitch marker of some kind.
Ch = Chain
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
st(s) = stitch(es)
dec = decrease
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Ch 15 then sc in 2nd chain from hook. Sc in all sts (14) the continue to sc in opposite side of stitchs (14 sts), sl st into beginning sc. PLACE MARKER HERE
Rounds 2 through 8
Sc in all sts around. Always sl stitching into beginning sc
Sc 4 then do 1 dec, continue for whole round (23 sts)
Sc 4 then do 1 dec, continue for whole round (19 sts)
Rounds 11 & 12
Sc in all sts around (19 sts)
ch 2, dc 4, popcorn using top of ch 2, ch 1 and skip a stitch, Do 5 dc’s on next st and popcorn. Continue all around for a total of 10 popcorns.
ch 3, dc in all the tops of the popcorn (the space left in between the dc’s) and dc in all the ch 1 spaces (19 sts) ch 1 cut yarn, weave in tails.
MAKING THE DRAW STRING
Ch 90 and sl st into beginning ch to form a loop, ch 1 cut yarn, work in ends. Now weave the double ch through the spaces between the dc’s.
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By: Meladora's Creations
Posted: January 24th, 2014