For those of you who commented or emailed me for the pattern for the sweet little Soap Sack— here you go.
Crocheted Soap Sack
Using Cotton thread and an H hook–
Chain(ch) 6, to form a ring.
Row 1- Ch 4, (dc, ch 1) in the ring 11 times. Join in 3rd stitch of beginning ch 4.
Row 2- Slip stitch(sl) in first ch 1 space, ch 4. (dc, ch 1) in each ch 1 space around. Join in 3rd stitch of beginning ch 4.
Row 3~7 Repeat row 2.
Row 8- Sl in first ch 1 space. Chain 5, (dc, ch 2) in each ch 1 space around. Join in third space of beginning ch 4. Do not fasten off.
Hang loop: Chain 65. Secure last chain to first chain and fasten off.
Tie a knot at the base of the hang loop…
close to the bag.
After you drop your favorite soap into the bag, weave the hang loop through several of the top chain 2 spaces and cinch the bag closed.
Now my friends–you can begin your Christmas gift stash RIGHT NOW.
8 Replies to “Soap Sacks”
Those are awesome! When are they going to be in your shop?
These are so great… and they really would make nice Christmas gifts! Thanks for sharing the pattern… now I just need to learn to crochet! 😉
I know someone who can TEACH you. :}
I’m opening a new shop in the next week or so. They’ll be in there very soon. :}
What type of yarn would you recommend for this project? I love it, I think it’s such a great idea!
Hi – what ply cotton did you use please?
I’m not sure what ply it is. Being cotton yarn, it doesn’t actually say on the package. Sorry.