The Softest Bath Pouf Ever


The Softest Bath Pouf Ever

The Softest Bath Pouf Ever
The Softest Bath Pouf Ever

"Picking the perfect gift can be hard and a little overwhelming. When you pair bath products with handmade you can’t go wrong. Handcrafted soaps and a crochet bath pouf are all you need to give an indulgent spa experience at home. Why I Chose This Yarn The plush yarn is soft against the skin, perfect for babies. Polyester is a durable material that is also mildew resistant. This is key to making sure your bath scrubby dries quickly. You can quickly throw this right in the washer and dryer."


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I love bath poufs so much that Ive relegated all the washcloths to my husband. Ill still have to use the net version when I go to the gym, but this luxurious pouf (and a few extras) are making their way to my bathroom this afternoon! This super simple project is a wonderful scrapbuster too if you have any Bernat Blanket yarn lying around!

Even though the designer states that she uses polyester yarn because it helps prevent mildew, I would not recommend it. I would stick entirely with cotton. Cotton is absorbent and polyester / acrylic yarn is not. Cotton is a natural fiber also. The Bernat blanket yarn is a very expensive yarn and since it is very bulky you dont much yardage wise. I also would use that yarn if the company would send me free samples.

Does anyone know how many bath poufs I can make with one skein of the Bernat Blanket yarn? Also, exactly how big is this pouf? Too many questions, I know -) I like her argument for using polyester yarn versus cotton. I've not made anything like this with that type of yarn. I appreciate all of the small and quick to work up last minute holiday gifting ideas here!

Use the cotton LOL. She does not state anywhere about how much yarn in total this project takes. Since the blanket yarn does not have much yardage to it then I am thinking you won't get many from this pattern. You could always make one in the cotton to get a guesstimate of how much yarn it takes.


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