Sunday, May 23, 2010

CROCHET PATTERN - Textured Soap Saver

If you've been following my blog for a while, or are a fan of my FB page, you've no doubt heard me singing the praises of these wonderful soap savers.  They're convenient, "green", money-saving, and comfortable.  They're great for ALL people... babies, grandparents, mommy... even my husband & his soldier buddies like using them!  It's a quick & functional project!  Enjoy!

Soap Saver Pattern

Materials: approx. 1 oz cotton yarn, H/8 hook, yarn needle, scissors

Finished dimensions:  approximately 3" x 5"

Row 1:  Ch 10, HDC in 2nd ch from hook & across. (9 HDC)
Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, HDC across. (9 HDC)
ROUND 3:  Ch 1, turn, SC across, work 1 SC in the end of each row, SC across unused loops of starting chain (and crochet over tail), work 1 SC in the other end of each row, do not join. (22 SC around)

Rounds 1-10:  Work 1 SC and 1 DC in first SC (you may want to mark this stitch), skip next SC, *Work SC and DC in next SC, skip next ST* continuously around for 10 rounds. SL ST in next SC. (If you want your soap saver longer, work additional rounds here.)
Round 11:  Ch 2, DC in every ST around, join & fasten off. (22 DC)

Ch 35 – 40, fasten off. Use needle or hook to weave drawstring through the last round. Tie ends securely. Enjoy.  :)

 © 2010 Danyel Pink.  You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it elsewhere online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Please provide a link back to my blog instead.  Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.


  1. Thank you Danyel. I am going to go and make some now. I'm thinking about making some for Christmas gifts and putting them up until I need to wrap them

  2. These make GREAT gifts... I can recommend a great soap artist if you want some yummy scented soaps to go with them!!

  3. Your a doll for posting your pattern! ;) Thank you!

  4. I just recently found your blog through FB. I just made one of these today. I'm looking forward to trying it out on our next camping trip. Thanks for sharing! I'm going to try the legwarmers next for my 2-yr-old.

  5. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern! I blogged about it this morning as part of a list of perfect patterns for teachers. :D

  6. I love these! The stitching is wide enough to let you get a good lather on the soap versus some of the others. Thanks so much!

  7. Thanks for the pattern! I just made one while watching Sex and the City 2 and it was easy and it turned out nice! I did end up with 25 stitches by the end somehow instead of the 22 but you can't tell much. Thanks again!

  8. There is a group SACKs that makes soap sacks for donation to shelters, etc. This is a very nice pattern for them. I did one and immediately loe it.. Would it be ok to link your pattern to them?

  9. Thank you so much for this pattern, it was so easy to follow and looks great.

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  11. Just shared this link for you pretty sack. My group is great at making and donating. We've got one guy you has made over EIGHT THOUSAND and donated mostly to S.A.C.K.

  12. Made a Christmasy one with tie. Thanks for great pattern.