The Perfect Loofah


The Perfect Loofah


Tired of buying loofahs for your shower? This is the perfect loofah that you can wash and re-use over and over again. You'll be making plenty of suds with this pretty loofah.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I tried the patter and it turned out so cute! my brothers girlfriend is a zero waste advocate(super inspiring) so i wanted to make one of these for her. I decided to use the first one i made... But apparently using sugars and creme cotton yarn isn't the best idea/ the loofah absorbed all the water and became a heavy sponge that couldn't hang on my shower caddie! is there a better material to use? am i the only one with this problem?

When I discovered these amazing bath accessories, I havent touched a washcloth again. I use them everywhere, and since I pick up most of the net versions at the dollar store, never mind if I forget them in the gym or pool shower. Not quite the same thing with these practical little beauties. Crafted with cotton yarn, they make wonderful gifts when paired with a natural goat milk soap!

I love loofah's!! I especially love using cotton yarn to make them! There are so many different color options. This pattern is so easy to follow, and it works up really quickly. These loofahs make great gifts, and they last for a long time, just throw them in the washer and they're good as new!

Thank You for the pattern, A lifesaver you are. I enjoyed it and I even lined it with a multi-color yarn so it want look so plain when I use a solid color. Thanks!!!!

Has anyone found a good yarn to use with this since Bernat Cool Crochet was discontinued?

how would bamboo and nylon yarn work?

Thanks for the updated link. I was able to download the page this time. And thanks to the two wonderful ladies who took the time to send me patterns by email. You are all wonderful. Have a great day.

Hi, everyone. We have updated the link. Please try once more to access the pattern by clicking where it says, "Click here for crochet pattern." Once you are directed to the designer's website, you will have to scroll down a bit to view the pattern. If you are still having trouble after this, perhaps try using a different Internet browsing service. For example, we are using Firefox and are able to access the pattern just fine. We hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Got it! Thanks

Would love to try it, but cannot access the pattern

After futzing around I was able to find it. Try this link It worked when I did it, page down to find pattern.

I would love it but can not get into it.

I can't get into the pattern and would like to try to make it. Any help please

I had trouble at first but after 4 times I was able to get it!! The yarn used has been discontinued. Does anyone know where to get cotton/nylon blended yarn?

I would love to do this pattern but I can not get it to come up.Any suggestions?

same problem here. really getting annoying

I would like the pattern too but you are right, clicking on the click here for the patter it goes to the blog. Please someone help.

The blog is where you should be directed, callie. That is where the pattern is located. Hope this helps!

unable to get pattern

I would love to have this pattern, but I have been trying to download it for 15-20 minutes. Every time I click on "click here for crochet patter" it goes to her blog page and immediately goes blank. Can someone email me this pattern please. My email is I even went directly to her blogpage and got the same result--blank page on this pattern. Help me please. Thank you!

I sent you an email with the pattern when i was able to get into it.

This is an amazing little pattern! And is going to look very nice in the bath baskets I am also making. I worked one up in a couple of hours. However, I don't know what kind of yarn I used as I had bought some kind of bouncle yarn on a cone at a yard sale and thought I'd give it a try. It was came out perfect! Now, I would like to know what kind of yarn I was using! Is there anyway to find out?

How did you get the pattern? I want it too.

What kind of yarn did you use?

I went out and Googled the yean you recommend and Bernat sent me to their Satin Sport Yarn

I haven't tried this pattern but one similar and I use RedHeart yarn. It is inexpensive and works very well in the shower and the kitchen. I like the feel of the I have made many as kitchenbath scrubbies for body and cleaning the kitchen and bathroom. It works great cleaning the counter tops and tile. I've adjusted the pattern to make it smaller for children to use in the bathtub. I use bright colors and they love them! I will try this pattern soon. Thanks for posting it.

What kind of Red heart yarn?


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