Sparkle Soap Pouch

Sparkle Soap Pouch

"Scrubby yarn can be used for more than just dishcloths! Try exfoliating with this soap pouch and pamper yourself more than your dishes! Loops on end of pouch tie giving an option to hang the pouch. Don’t waste soap that washes away sitting in water all day! Difficulty: Easy Sizes included: One size fits most All patterns are written in English and use standard American English crochet terms. Permission to sell finished products but not the pattern itself. Enjoy it!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

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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We always have minor war over soap in the shower. My husband hates trying to use half bars or smaller, and I hate to throw the bits away because theres still plenty of use for them. Ive even gone so far as experimenting with melting the remnants together in a double boiler. Didnt work out that well, so Im delighted to see a soap bag like this. Even better that it uses scrubby yarn.

This is a pattern for not only a sparkle soap pouch, but also for a fuzzy sparkle soap pouch. Its a project that can be used for more than one thing. Not only does it hold your soap in the shower, but also it can double as an exfoliator for dry skin if you use add some scrubby yarn into the pattern.

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