Blossom Soap Saver

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Note: How to make a decrease sc stitch: Insert your hook into the stitch you are supposed to work, pull up a loop, insert hook into the next stich and pull another loop, yarn over, pull thread through all the loops you are holding on hook. 1 dec sc made.
With worsted weight cotton (color of your choice) and Size "F" hook, Ch 4, slip st to make ring, make 14 dc in ring, slip st to
close. Ch 3, turn.
Round 1- 3 dc in same space as ch 3, ch 2, skip 1 dc, *4 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip 1 dc, rep from * around. Sl st to join to ch 3, turn.
Round 3- Sl st to earest ch-2 sp, ch 3, 2 dc in same space, ch 4, 3 dc in next ch-2 space, vch4, 3 dc in next ch-2 space, rep from * around. Ch 4, sl st to join
to beginning ch3.
Round 4- Ch 3, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, 4 dc in ch-4 space, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc, 4 dc in ch-4 space, repeat all around. Ch 1, turn.

Round 5- 1 sc in first 3 stitches, 1 dec sc, *1 sc in each of next 3 sc, 1 dec sc in next sc, rep from *around. Slip st to end round. Ch 1, turn.
Round 6- Rep round 4. Slip stitch to finish round.
Round 7- 1 sc in first st, skip two stitches and make 1 dc , ch 3 and 1 dc in next stitch, *skip two stitches, make 1 dc, ch 3, and 1 dc in next stitch, rep from * around. Slip st to beginning dc finish round.

Round 8- 1 dc, ch3, dc1 in the ch-3 space of 1st "V" stitch of previous round. *1 dc, ch 3, 1d in next ch-3 space of the next "V" stitch, rep from * around.
Round 9- Rep round 8.
Round 10- Rep round 8.
Round 11- Rep round 8.
Note: If you will be use
ing this holder for large bars of soap, use one to measure height and continue until the bar fits nicely inside and the last round covers nicely the
top of the bar, giving room for the eyelet round to close over it. I'm making it for a medium-sized bar of facial soap.
Eyelet round: Ch 3, 1 sc in ch-3 space of first "V" stitch of previoud round, ch 2, 1 sc in next "V" St, rep around, slip stitch to finish round. Fasten off.
Cord: Ch 70, begin to insert one end all around in and out the holes of the eyelet, matching both ends at the center on the other side before you fasten off. Pull them both to close the little "bag". It will look like a miniature drawstring purse.

Now, cut the thread as if to fasten off, take one end of the cord, about 1 inch long and fold it to one side of itself, making a loop, make a knot around that, leaving a loop beyond the knot to hang the bag from. Repeat on the other side.
And your'e done. cut off the thread.

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2 comments:

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

Nice soap bag; you are clever. And thank you for the links to "encouragement and spirituality"; I am going there now!

Craftybegonia said...

Hope you are blessed!