Sunday, May 13, 2012

Soap Bag Crochet Pattern

Cotton Soap Bag Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

Number 3 in my Cotton Yarn Journey

I have made a few of these,
but they are always to big!

I Love The V-Stitch so I decided to incorporate it into this
Cute little soap bag.

We have re-tested, up dated, added more pictures and a Brand New Video

See the Video On my Youtube
Crochet Channel at This LINK


Cotton Soap Bag Crochet Pattern by Sara Sach
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Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook -H / 5.00 MM
Cotton worsted Weight Yarn - I used Peaches and Cream

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
V Stitch (Vst) for this pattern is just 2dc

Size - 5 X 3 inches

Notes: 
Ch1 does not count as a st.
Ch3 counts as a dc

R: 1 - Ch 9, 2 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
 1 sc in next 6 chs,
 2 sc in the last ch, turn working down
the opposite side of the ch,
 2 sc in the next ch, 1 sc in the next 6 chs,
2 sc in the last ch, join with a sl st, ch 1
(20sc)

R: 2 - 1 sc in each sc around, join, ch 1 (20sc)

R: 3 - Repeat R: 2 , ch 3 (20sc)

R: 4 - 1 dc in the same st as the ch3,
* skip the next st, 2 dc in the next st*
Repeat from *to * around, join (10 groups of 2 dc)

R: 5 - Slst in between the 1st 2 dc,
Ch3 (counts as 1st dc) 1 dc in same place,
2 dc  between the next 2 dcs,(V st),
 2 dc between  each of the 2 dc around,
join. (10 Vst)

R: 6 - R: 8 - Repeat R : 5 (ch 1 after R: 8)

R: 9 - 1 sc in each st around join , tie off.

R: 10 - R : 11 - Repeat R: 9

R: 12 - *1 sc in the 1st st, skip the next st, ch1*
  Repeat from * to * around,
join, ch 1

R : 13 - 1 sc in each st around join , tie off.

Draw string  - ch 60,  and weave through
 spaces on row R : 12
and tie in a knot, for the draw string.

Slip it on your favorite bar of soap.

Tah - Dah                      That's it!
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5 comments:

Jean said...

thinking about using this pattern to make a water bottle cozy! I like the stitch pattern

cwoverfi said...

A great idea, especially since I've gone back to using tea tree oil soap instead of bodywash. I like the look of the V stitch and am going to give it a try. Thanks for posting this - for FREE!<3

Bark Collar said...

I have been studying your blog posts during my break, and I need to admit your complete article has been very useful and very well composed.

Anonymous said...

I'm a bit confused as to why Rounds 11 & 12 instructions state to repeat round 7, yet rounds 6-9 instructions are to repeat round 5. So I'm wondering if it is a typo or if I should just be repeating round 5 for rounds 11 & 12? The instructions are a bit awkward thus somewhat confusing. Being a woman of simplicity & logic...this was like a trick question. LOL. I thought, "Wait a minute here...is this a test to see if I'm paying attention?" :-)

Anonymous said...

I like your pattern and appreciated your video. I would recommend you use plan yarn for your examples rather than variegated, as it is much easier to see the stitches with plain yarn than it is with the variegated yarn. Other than that, great job!!