Bath Pouf Crochet Pattern

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Bath Pouf Crochet Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Bath Pouf Crochet Pattern

Yarn: 2 strands of Bernat Handicrafter cotton yarn held together
Hook: 6.50 mm K

Abbreviations: R- row, sl st – slip stitch, ch – chain, tr – triple crochet stitch, ch4sp – chain four space

Triple Crochet Stitch: yarn over your hook 2 times, insert your hook into the specified stitch (for this pattern you will be inserting the hook into the ch4sp), yarn over and pull up 1 loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops on your hook , yarn over and pull through 2 loops on your hook again, yarn over and pull through the remaining 2 loops on your hook.

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R1: ch 15, sl st to 1st ch to make a ring
R2: ch 30, sl st into the main ring (made in R1) to join.

Note: This will be your ‘hanging string’ do not work into this later.

R2 continued: (ch 4, sl st to the ring to join) 15 times

Remember to skip the chain 30 throughout this entire process!

R3: *(ch 3, 10 tr) in the ch4sp,  sl st to the next ch 4 space**. Repeat from * to ** for each ch4sp around (total of 15 times).

Leave a long tail and finish off.

Weave the yarn tail, in and out, of each ch4sp around. Tighten to cinch closed and sew through the centre of the pouf a few more times to secure the ends.

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Note: I actually knotted mine (shhh!!) and then sewed through the middle a few more times to be sure it wouldn’t loosen up or come undone.

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  2. Thank you Deborah! I’m happy the pattern was easy to understand – I often wonder if what I am trying to explain comes across clearly!! My children love theirs 🙂 All the best, Rhondda

  3. I love it! I made it with Bernat handicrafter Christmas colour cotton yarn that I had left over.

    Thank You Rhondda for sharing this free crochet pattern. Very easy to understand and not long to do:)

  4. Hi Sandra, I am unable to make a video at this time 🙁 Let me know if you have any questions though I’d be happy to try to help by email. Rhondda

  5. Good idea to crochet your shower pouf ! I’m not sure to understand exactly how to crochet this. If there is a chance you could make a video to show how to, that would be great. Btw, thanks for this pattern, i will definitely try this one because i use a pouf (houpette in french!) every single day of my life.