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Not only is this One Hour Bath Pouf a quick and easy crochet pattern to complete, but it's actually fun to work up, as well. They use up a bit more yarn than you might expect, but the end result is totally worth it. Combine one or two of these with some nice shower gel and fancy body lotion for a nice homemade gift set. Anyone would love to get such a nice and luxurious present.

One Hour Bath Pouf
One Hour Bath Pouf
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Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Lounging in the bath is one of my simple pleasures and I enjoy it fully when I am afforded the opportunity. I am forever on the hunt for a bargain to pamper myself and I think this is one indulgence I must have. Thank you for the advice in types of cotton yarn selecting, will make a difference in the pattern.

Anyone try to make this using scrubby yarn?

I made this using the sugar cream cotton yarn while it was really cute it was too heavy, didn't suds didn't dry was too bulky to use.

I made this in both worsted weight and cotton (sugar & cream). Both were too heavy to use and never dried out.

I actually made one of these in Handicrafter's cotton. Although it was very soft, it was so heavy when wet! Heavy and awkward to use!

Easy to make. I used cotton yarn and absorbed so much water it was heavy. Making one in thinner cotton. Will report how this one is as soon as I'm finished.

This pouf took longer than the 1 hour as stated. I used an H hook, instead of I hook because it was too big. I used Lily Sugar & Cream cotton yarn.

LIke the others, I found this absorbed the water and shower gel so was not very useful. I used Red Heart acrylic yarn that was leftover from another project. It was easy to make and interesting to see it develop. I also would appreciate knowing if a different yarn would work better. I found it to be quite bulky and would be interested in trying to make it with only single crochet instead of the double crochet to make it more compact.

The One Hour Bath Pouf could also be made into a Christmas ball ornament. Just a few Christmas colors and embellishments (sequins, beads, and/or string of pearls) and you have a cool ornament.

Might this pattern work up in net strips, thus solving bulk/ weight/ wringing out problems?

I have made a few of these and find that they are too heavy and do not suds up very well. I did not like using it because of the bulk. I prefer the flat washcloths. I used cotton yarn. Maybe the acrylic yarn suds better?

I have seen this pattern before. I have try to make them using cotton yarn. They are very heavy and don't wring out very good. What kind did you use?


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