60 Minute Soap Saver


Make this 60 Minute Soap Saver tonight. It's a quick and easy crochet pattern to complete using any color worsted weight cotton yarn. The texture helps prevent the soap from slipping out of your hand, and the texture is great for scrubbing your skin clean. This crochet pattern works up so quickly, you'll be able to finish it in no time.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a great idea, and makes me wonder why I didn't think of it myself. It is really annoying to me that the soap in the shower disintegrates so quickly from being hit with water and I end up going through the bar way quicker than I should. This pattern help saves some of that waste since the soap would be absorbing into the cotton instead of running down the drain. I will definitely be making these.

Viewing this pattern was very different from other patterns on this site since the pattern was only in the middle of the screen. After getting over that, I read the pattern and since I have makde soap savers before this pattern was not too hard to follow.

The instructions for rounds 4 - 11 got me at first too., but after looking at it I realized the designer means slip stitch into the first ch 1 space and the next hdc of that first v st and then into the space between the first 2 v stitches. From there we begin making v stitches in the spaces between the v stitches instead of in the chain 1 space of the v stitch on the previous round. On round 12, we begin in the first chain 1 space of the first v stitch. Then single crochet in each chain 1 space and each space between v stitches. It is really simple once you figure out the wording.

I want to make this 60 Minute Soap Saver for personal use and for gift to friends and family. These small organizers are so practical they work two ways --as soap containers to prevent the soap from slipping off your hand while soaping your body and as a scrub to remove the dead cells from the body. What a clever idea.

Leave a comment...why can't I save patterns to my account like I used to be able to do?

Leave a comment...why can't I save patterns to my account like I used to be able to do?

I agree with the other comments - this pattern is a nightmare to figure out.

Difficult to believe this received an EASY rating. Not so!

The link works fine but the pattern is so difficult to follow that I have no idea what I am doing. I have gone back to the end of Rnd 2 and have started over 4 times, unclear if I am doing the right thing. The end of Round 3 just baffles me. Just when I think I figured it out, the beginning of Round 4 perplexes me. Perhaps a video on youtube would make things more clear. It looks cute, would make an awesome stocking stuffer for the boys next year... but not if it takes me 4 days to get through the first one. Please help!!!

This is a cute idea, however, I can't follow the pattern.


No Linkie to link. Cute for Stockin Stuffers too.

Please fix the link.

The link is actually working fine. Annedibattista posted the link above. You can try and copy that and paste on your browser to link to the pattern. Hope this helps.

Can we get this broken link fixed ?

Link doesn't work :(


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